Lise Kingo, United Nations Global Compact executive director, talks about the "huge challenge" corporate leaders face keeping both their consumers and shareholders content.
CNBC's Leslie Picker, reports residents of Brokaw, Wisconsin are inspiring new hedge fund rules after the small town went bankrupt after a hedge fund took a stake in the local paper mill.
MEXICO CITY, Aug 29- Mexican bottler and retailer Fomento Economico Mexicano on Tuesday named veteran executive Eduardo Padilla as the firm's next chief executive officer effective next year, the company said in a statement. Padilla, Femsa's corporate and finance director who has been working for the company for two decades, will take over from outgoing CEO...
Discussing Uber's CEO search including why HPE CEO Meg Whitman took herself out of the running for the position, with Matt Ocko, Data Collective (DCVC), and Mike Isaac, New York Times.
LONDON, Aug 29- Listed British companies will have to justify the gap in salaries between their average worker and chief executive under proposed new rules that fall short of Prime Minister Theresa May's initial plan to tackle soaring executive pay. "I am afraid that the government has bottled it in the face of business lobbying," Frances O'Grady, the head of the...
LONDON, Aug 29- Listed British companies will have to justify the gap in salaries between their average worker and chief executive under proposed new rules that fall short of Prime Minister Theresa May's initial plan to tackle soaring executive pay. "I am afraid that the government has bottled it in the face of business lobbying and that doesn't bode well for...
BUENOS AIRES, Aug 28- The chief executive officer of YPF SA, Argentina's state-owned oil company, has resigned and a six-member executive committee will run the company, it said on Monday. The company did not name a replacement for CEO Ricardo Darre, who had held the job since July of last year. Attracting investment to develop Vaca Muerta is a key priority for...
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports that General Motors CEO Mary Barra has been added to Disney's board.
This has nothing to do with politics, says Wes Moore, Robin Hood Foundation CEO and U.S. Army Capt. (Ret.), talking about the importance of leadership skills in the aftermath of the Charlottesville protests and addressing poverty issues in the U.S. Also Moore shares his thoughts on President Trump's plans on Afghanistan.
CNBC's Leslie Picker discusses the continuing saga between activist Bill Ackman and ADP.
Edmund Lee, Recode managing editor, discusses reports Jeffrey Immelt is the leading candidate to replace Travis Kalanick as Uber's top executive.
Scott McNealy, former Sun Microsystems CEO, talks about President Trump's relationship with top business leaders following his response to the violence in Charlottesville.
Foster Friess, Friess Associates founder, talks about his support for President Trump in the aftermath of the president's remarks on Charlottesville violence.
Robert Safian, "Fast Company" editor, and Kate Kelly, The New York Times, talk about the "fickle" relationship the president has with many corporate leaders, and the role of CEOs as cultural leaders.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew talks about the fallout from President Trump disbanding two business councils.
We can use this as a teachable moment, says Michael Dyson, Georgetown University, and "Tears We Cannot Stop," author, talking about the fallout from the Charlottesville rally and President Trump's response and responsibility.
Andrew Puzder, former CKE Restaurants CEO, discusses the disbandment of the president's business councils.
This is a seriously lost opportunity, says Mary Uhl-Bien, TCU Neeley School of Business, discussing the departure of corporate leaders from President Trump's business councils.
I think CEOs should be nonpolitical and focus on policy, says Steve Odland, Committee for Economic Development of the Conference Board president & CEO, talking about the departure of corporate leaders from President Trump's councils.
David Novak, former Yum Brands CEO and oGoLead.com founder, weighs in on President Trump's relationship with corporate leaders.