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  • Nelson Peltz at Delivering Alpha 2015 in New York.

    The financier, who dislikes the term “activist,” has made his name by investing in companies using a friendlier approach. But he’s still an activist.

  • Mary Barra notches #1 spot on Fortune's powerful women list

    There are still glass ceilings out there, says Pattie Sellers, Fortune, discussing the magazine's annual list of top women CEOs.

  • Jim Cramer on Mad Money.

    “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is revealing which cybersecurity looks stable in this market.

  • Indra Nooyi and Ellen Kullman

    Jim Cramer compares the horrendous results from DuPont to the fantastic results of PepsiCo.

  • Kullman's departure a mistake: Jeffrey Sonnenfeld

    Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, weighs in on the departure of DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman and why she should have "stuck it out."

  • Female executives

    A study reveals that the median pay of female CEOs increased by 21 percent compared to last year.

  • A file photo of Edward Garden

    The battle between activist investor Trian and DuPont is heating up ahead of a proxy vote for new board members.

  • Indra Nooyi, CEO, PepsiCo

    If activist investors are picking on women CEOs, they might want to look elsewhere to start a fight.

  • General Motors CEO Mary Barra

    GM has named Mary Barra as CEO, but women are underrepresented in the corner offices. These are the biggest companies run by women.

  • Dupont CEO: We are spinning off our chemicals division

    Ellen Kullman, Dupont chairman and CEO, is focused on 3 strategic priorities for the company including the science of extending leadership in agriculture and nutrition, strengthening its advance materials portfolio, and building out industrial bio-science. Agriculture is the one consistent thing around the world going strong, Kullman adds.

  • Oct 23- DuPont slashed its earnings forecast, reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit and announced 1,500 job cuts on Tuesday, signs that demand for the chemical company's lucrative paint and solar products is slipping around the world. Shares of DuPont, a component of the Dow Jones industrial average, fell more than 9 percent in midday trading.

  • When Dress For Success came out in 1975, it set rigid rules for executive attire: The “proper” colors for a suit were blue, gray and beige; the most “authoritative” suit was a dark pinstripe; and the “most acceptable” dress shirt was white or solid colors. (No dresses here; The Women’s Dress For Success Book didn’t come out until 1977.)Today, there are no rules, other than being put-together from head to toe, no detail spared. The proper colors are ones that work with your coloring, the most aut

    These days there are no dress-for-success rules, other than being put-together from head to toe, no detail spared. Here are the CEOs who have it down pat.