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The wage gap between men and women can reach 33 percent after childbirth, according to study into the gender wage gap published today.
Shares of Viacom dipped more than 4 percent Monday after the company announced a resolution to a governance dispute that resulted in CEO Philippe Dauman's resignation.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took the helm from Steve Jobs five years ago, but his legacy will be defined more by what he does in the next five years.
Ride-hailing companies increasingly face a brutal set of competitive conditions, the New York Times reports.
If CEO Dauman exits Viacom, it would cap a lucrative decade-long tenure at the company, data shows.
Amtrak announced Friday that it has tapped Charles Moorman as its next president and chief executive officer.
The normalization of monetary policy is hampered by a low neutral rate, Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan said on Thursday.
The settlement would end the battle for control over Redstone's $40 billion empire that includes Viacom and CBS.
By the end of 2011, New Jersey agreed to accept 17 cents on the dollar of what Trump casinos owed, the NYT reports.
Recruiters at Facebook are rewarded for "diversity hires" with an internal point system, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Settlement talks between Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone have resumed after weeks of stops and starts.
Shares of Activision Blizzard slid more than 5 percent on Tuesday after some insiders sold shares.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff wasn't expecting for what he found on a recent visit to Citigroup's offices to chat with CEO Mike Corbat. Here's what happened.
Former CEO Dick Costolo fires back at criticism of Twitter's trust and safety policies after articles slammed them.
"It was pretty clear that in Yahoo/AOL, she wouldn't have the same position that she has now," a source told Recode.
SunPower CEO Tom Werner reduced his salary for the rest of the year to show his commitment to the company's performance.
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