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Big iconic corporations often struggle in times of terrible business stress with the need to quickly find a great new CEO.
The relentless pace of private equity firm spinouts, a perennial force of human-capital dispersion, shows no sign of abating in this rapidly maturing industry.
A feature film about social networks opened Oct. 1, packed with scandal, sex and drugs, and purporting to tell the true story of a popular Web destination.
The elegant wood-paneled conference room, once known as the Members Dining Room, in the historic New York Stock Exchange building.
I once had a toy when I was a child that let me and my friends mix and match body parts and facial features to build unique profiles.
This past summer, China surpassed Japan to become the world’s second-largest economy behind the United States and, according to sources ranging from The World Bank to Goldman Sachs.
No business cliché is more worthy of repudiation, annihilation and eradication than ‘You’ve got to trust your gut.’”
Earlier this year, in a commencement address at Hampton University in Virginia, President Obama warned that the proliferation of information and social media on the Internet threatens to become.
About one thing there is no debate: Indian businesses know how to leverage factor cost advantages.
The September announcement that a group of Brazilian financiers had agreed to purchase the quintessentially American Burger King.
“I hadn’t been intending to run another company at that time,” Walker recalls.
Pick up any newspaper, or venture onto the Web, and you are reminded that the world is awash in problems — economic, financial, political, environmental.
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