A statement from a group of CEOs, no matter how powerful, won’t fundamentally change how they operate. But there’s one thing that will.
By Erik Gordon, The Conversation
For decades, the driving goal for corporate America has been maximizing stockholders' profits. So what made nearly 200 of the country's most prominent companies issue a joint statement this week, representing a major philosophical shift? John Yang talks to Steven…
President Trump has repeatedly positioned himself as the kind of leader who would have a unique connection with the corporate world. But several CEOS publicly broke with him in the past week after his remarks about the violence in Charlottesville.
By PBS NewsHour
The CEOs at America's largest firms made an average of $15.6 million in 2016, according to a new report by the left-leaning Economic Policy Institute.
By Kristen Doerer
Question: Why do CEOs make so much money? The answer must be supply and demand, but I would like to hear a good analysis of the cost benefit. I do realize too however: Would…
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