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A South Korean court has rejected an arrest warrant request for Jay Y. Lee, Samsung's CEO.
Former Citigroup CFO Sallie Krawcheck has some career advice for women starting out on Wall Street: work hard.
Burberry says its new CEO, Margo Gobbetti of Celine, will arrive in July.
Jim Cramer was in Hawaii, where there was a lot of talk about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg possibly running for office.
A look at Time Cook's accomplishments as Apple CEO.
Shares of the specialty pharmaceutical company were slightly higher on Wednesday after its CEO tried to reassure investors that the troubled company is moving in the right direction.
Jim Cramer breaks down what the market hopes to hear from Trump's pick for Secretary of State.
Shake Shack is full steam ahead expanding it's brand worldwide CEO Randy Garutti says the company is about to 'turn on the gas.'
You could say gold miners struck gold in 2016. The group, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, finished the year up 55%.
President-elect Donald Trump is correct about the need for tax reform, says Bill Cobb, CEO of H&R Block -- but don't expect a bigger refund this year because of it.
Apple missed its sales and profit goals in 2016 and that means a pay cut for CEO Tim Cook and other executives.
Barclays is out with a list of four tweets investors might see from Tesla CEO Elon Musk in 2017 and what they actually mean.
Tax and regulatory reforms should help banks in 2017, but don't underestimate the impact of better business sentiment, says Frank Sorrentino, CEO of ConnectOne Bank.
Ford's CEO says the decision to cancel a plant in Mexico was because it no longer needed extra capacity there. Instead, Ford will invest $700 million in the U.S.
Nutrisystem faces stiff competition from Weight Watchers after TV host Oprah Winfrey revealed she lost 40 pounds using Weight Watchers.
Executives in the News
Goldman Sachs is facing one of the biggest management shake-ups since before the financial crisis, but investors shouldn't worry; CEO Lloyd Blankfein is likely to stick around for a while.
U.S. Concrete CEO tells TheStreet about the outlook for infrastructure in America and when Trump's proposed plans could create an impact.
The chipmaker is equipped for M&A, but doesn't see it as a priority.
JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. lender, named GE's Clarence Nunn to lead its middle-market expansion in the Southeast. The business has 108 offices in the U.S. and Canada.
It's not just the reversal of zero-interest monetary policies that represents a threat, says Barclays CEO Jes Staley. There will also be a major test of newly configured bond markets.
It all comes down to results.
This week's arrest of hedge fund manager Murray Huberfeld for an alleged kickback scheme with New York City's correction officers union didn't surprise one particular private eye.
General Growth Properties CEO Sandeep Mathrani says Gap and Abercrombie & Fitch must close more stores to be viable.
The growing premium on speed, as well as the rise of around-the-clock trading and social media, have turned Nasdaq into a true technology company, says Adena Friedman.
The 21st Sohn Investment Conference ends with interesting takes on stocks including Depomed, Donald Trump, the Fed and Greek banks.
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