Founder CEOs often have shelf lives

Feb 8, 2022
John Foley, Peloton's co-founder and CEO, is handing the reins to a leader with different experience, a moment many startups put off.
Peloton's John Foley is leaving the CEO position after business turned down, but he's staying on as executive chairman.
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Data showing the Big Quit includes the big bosses

Nov 22, 2021
The upside of CEO turnover, however, is that more people are getting opportunities to move up.
People are quitting at record rates — that includes CEOs.
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At Microsoft, Nadella's role grows

Jun 17, 2021
Satya Nadella already had a big job: CEO of one of the world’s most valuable companies. Now he chairs the board, too. How does that work?
CEO and chairman of Microsoft Satya Nadella.
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Company bosses will set the tone when it comes to working from home

Jun 10, 2021
Companies may say it's OK for employees to work from home, but if CEOs are always in the office, that sends a different message.
Experts say that where executives spend their time will influence what employees decide to do, regardless of what company policy.
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Businesses plan to spend more money on themselves. What does that mean?

Mar 11, 2021
Greater capital spending is a sign that consumer demand is picking up and will probably continue to grow.
Capital spending involves large-scale business investments like buying machinery and building new workspace.
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Senators grill tech CEOs as both parties fault internet content policies

Oct 28, 2020
Legislation to tighten the oversight of internet content may be coming.
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How is the COVID-19 pandemic changing CEO sentiment?

Aug 25, 2020
Many CEOs remain confident in company and economic growth, says KPMG's Paul Knopp.
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How are CEOs doing on their stakeholdlers pledge?

In 2019, some of the country's most powerful business leaders promised to redefine what it means to be a corporation. Then the pandemic hit.
People walk outside the New York Stock Exchange last month. One year ago, a group of nearly 200 CEOs agreed to consider more than just shareholders in business decisions.
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