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Leaked documents reveal details on Target’s ‘modernization’ plan that store workers say has backfired spectacularly
A 54-page rollout guide was sent to store directors and executives in August 2018 and outlined how to create a "culture of efficiency."
A transportation investor overseeing a $200 million portfolio reveals the biggest opportunities coming to the industry
Not only has Autotech Ventures backed Lyft, it gave founder John Zimmer a literal roof over his head when he moved to San Francisco.
A Lincoln exec explains why the automaker wasn’t surprised by the success of its new Navigator SUV — and promises a fully electric Lincoln...
Joy Falotico said that the resurgent brand was counting on the Navigator SUV doing well.
"Chevy's presence in EVs will not be going away," Steve Majoros, Chevy's marketing chief, said in an interview with Business Insider.
An auto exec who was ahead of the curve on electric cars explains what he sees as the biggest opportunity in the self-driving industry
Former GM executive and Fisker Automotive CEO Tony Posawatz has joined the board of startup Renovo, a California-based company.
In an interview with Business Insider, UPS CEO David Abney changed some of his remarks on Amazon.
The boss of Santander’s digital bank says it will be ‘the same direction but faster’ under new CEO Andrea Orcel
Openbank CEO Ezequiel Szafir told BI that Andrea Orcel will have "the same strategy but make it go faster and further" when he joins as CEO of Santander next year.
Mitsubishi was on the brink of death in the US a few years ago. But now its CEO is fighting to bring it back to its former glory.
Fred Diaz became Mitsubishi Motors North America's new president and CEO in April. Diaz, who enjoyed success at RAM and Nissan will be tasked with returning Mitsubishi to its former glory in the US market.
Morgan Stanley warns investors are in more danger of a market wreck than they realize and pinpoints one sector to stay safe
BI PRIME: Stock market investors are taking on more risk than is obvious on the surface. Michael Wilson, Morgan Stanley's chief equity strategist, breaks down the evidence of excessive risk-taking that, by the end of this year, could turn around to bite investors who don't adjust their portfolios.
BI PRIME: A hot crypto hedge fund keeps poaching talent from Goldman Sachs.