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A former top ranking Wall Street exec explains to CNBC the financial gaps women face compared to men.
Some of the most influential leaders will descend upon snowy Davos this week, yet how many of those voicing opinions will be women?
Broader changes are coming to Sony's company's structure, the company said on Friday.
India's Tata conglomerate named veteran insider Natarajan Chandrasekaran as the new chairman of its holding company.
Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee left the special prosecutors' office more than 22 hours after arriving for questioning.
The pair are both cozy with Trump booster and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel.
In an op-ed for CNBC, T-Mobile CEO John Legere explains why he's ticked off about what's going on in the mobile industry.
George Soros lost nearly $1 billion after the stock market rallied following Trump's unexpected election victory, the Journal reports.
Trump's team has been considering ways to revamp a temporary visa program used to bring foreign workers to the US to fill high-skilled jobs.
Samsung Group leader Jay Y. Lee appeared at the South Korean special prosecutor's office on Thursday for questioning.
Musk told a German newspaper in 2015 that Tesla "always jokingly call Apple the 'Tesla graveyard.'"
For Barack Obama, the past eight years have been quite a whirlwind as the U.S. president. But what's next for the leader after he leaves?
The "Late Night" host asked Conway about reports that briefing materials prepared for Trump and Obama included damaging allegations.
Thousands of international leaders from all walks of life are expected to descend on Davos to discuss the latest global issues.
Lattner has been at Apple since 2005, Recode reports.
Plouffe is no stranger to working at the nexus of policy and philanthropy.
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