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Walt Disney Co shareholders rejected an executive compensation plan for CEO Bob Iger in a non-binding vote on Thursday.
"If you know it's impossible, it is impossible. But if you don't know it's impossible, suddenly it is possible."
Jim Cramer explains why Wynn Resorts could be prime for a takeover now that CEO Steve Wynn has stepped down.
Until the management team knew that they “were onto something,” they kept their full-time jobs.
Jim Cramer reveals the one thing that’s giving him pause when it comes to the averages.
The directors are defendants on several lawsuits brought by shareholders as well as current and former company employees.
Move over Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos is officially the richest man in the world.
Kobe Steel Ltd said on Tuesday its CEO will step down to take responsibility for a widespread data fraud scandal.
North and South Korea will hold their first summit in more than a decade in late April, the South's presidential office said on Tuesday.
She may be the sister of Mark Zuckerberg, but Randi has proved herself an entrepreneur in her own right.
Jim Cramer sets his sights on the power of U.S. chemical company Trinseo, and says this stock may not stop running any time soon.
Jim Cramer gets Nucor CEO John Ferriola's take on President Donald Trump's recently announced steel and aluminum tariffs.
Spiegel converted and sold about 1.5 million shares at $16.66 to $17.63 per share.
Jim Cramer issues a reality check on the state of trade in the U.S.
Consumers expect bold actions from companies on social issues. Here's how to manage the balancing act, says Barie Carmichael.
"About 37 percent of our top managers in the bank are female. We need to improve that,” Ewen Stevenson told CNBC in an interview.
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