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The Salesforce CEO wanted to buy Twitter until an 'omen' literally knocked him off his feet and the deal ended.
Dick’s Sporting Goods destroyed $5 million worth of assault weapons — and its CEO tells us the gun industry’s blowback has been R...
Dick's CEO Ed Stack has been vocal on gun control. He told us why pulling back from gun sales has ultimately benefited his company.
‘If you opt in, we will not leave you behind’ — PwC’s global chairman announces a $3 billion investment in job training
PwC, the global professional services firm, is investing $3 billion over the next few years into job retraining, which it sees as a competitive edge.
7 crucial developments from the UN’s sustainability summit, and what they’ll mean for businesses and our environment
This week's UN's SDG Summit showed heads of state requesting the private sector's urgent help, and business leaders answering the call.
THE ART OF ACTIVISM: How Greta Thunberg’s matter-of-fact way of speaking and taking action turned her into a global icon
Her activism, which began a year ago in Sweden, has blown up into a mass movement which culminated in the Global Climate Strike.
A survey asked 1,000 CEOs how they felt about their work on the environment, and most of them gave the same answer: not that great
A new survey from Accenture and the UN found that the majority of CEOs want to accelerate their sustainability initiatives over the next decade.
As a recent strike against AT&T shows, workers have to fight to get the fair pay and benefits they deserve.
Don’t break up Big Tech, says Bill Gates. The world’s second-richest man says regulation is the way forward — and he’s speakin...
Gates discussed the responsibilities of tech companies amid a slew of antitrust probes into Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple.
CEOs are suddenly having a change of heart about what their companies should stand for — and the diverging fates of 2 major corporations show wh...
CEOs are realizing investing in the long term is a better idea than short-term cost cutting. The divergent paths of Kraft Heinz and Unilever show it.
Walmart is cautiously rolling out its own gun control, and it’s a sign of how major companies are starting to value more than just profits
After shootings at US Walmart stores, the retail giant is curbing gun sales — and it's happening as companies say they care about more than profit.