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Gender Pay Gap? Maybe Not in the Corner Office, a Study Shows

Gender Pay Gap? Maybe Not in the Corner Office, a Study Shows

Despite the efforts of some companies to address a gender pay disparity, women still earn less than men. But a new study suggests that there may be no pay gap between male and female chief executives of publicly traded companies.

To Get More Out of Workers, Invest More in Them

To Get More Out of Workers, Invest More in Them

Bob Chapman, chief executive of Barry-Wehmiller Companies, and Raj Sisodia, a founder of Conscious Capitalism, are the authors of "Everybody Matters."

With a Glance Backward, Brooks Brothers Looks to the Future

With a Glance Backward, Brooks Brothers Looks to the Future

After Claudio Del Vecchio bought Brooks Brothers in 2001, one of the first things he did was read stacks of letters from longtime customers who were unhappy with the changes made by the previous owners.

Women Outlive Men. Why Do They Retire Earlier?

Women Outlive Men. Why Do They Retire Earlier?

Nicole Maestas, an associate professor of health care policy at Harvard Medical School. “Women right now tend to benefit more than men from working longer,” she said.

Argentina Raises Key Rate to 40%, Bringing Economic Uncertainty

Argentina Raises Key Rate to 40%, Bringing Economic Uncertainty

The central bank of Argentina said it would use “all the tools at its disposal” to slow inflation to 15 percent this year, a goal analysts see as unrealistic.

Washington Wants to Weaken Bank Rules. Not Every Regulator Agrees.

Washington Wants to Weaken Bank Rules. Not Every Regulator Agrees.

Regulators are considering a plan to relax a rule adopted in the wake of the financial crisis, but not all policymakers are backing the rollback.

Wells Fargo Said to Be Target of $1 Billion U.S. Fine

Wells Fargo Said to Be Target of $1 Billion U.S. Fine

An expected $1 billion penalty against Wells Fargo would mark the toughest action that the Trump administration has taken against a major bank.

Amsale Aberra, Trendsetting Bridal Gown Designer, Is Dead at 64

Amsale Aberra, Trendsetting Bridal Gown Designer, Is Dead at 64

Amsale Aberra, an Ethiopian-American fashion designer and entrepreneur who is credited with shaping the modern American wedding dress.

At Verizon, a Changing of the Guard as It Pursues 5G

At Verizon, a Changing of the Guard as It Pursues 5G

Hans E. Vestberg, Verizon’s incoming chief executive, is a relative newcomer to the company, having joined in 2017 after 25 years at Ericsson.

Shari Redstone and Leslie Moonves Have Starring Roles in a Corporate War

Shari Redstone and Leslie Moonves Have Starring Roles in a Corporate War

Leslie Moonves, the chief executive of CBS, is at war with Shari Redstone, the leader of the network’s parent company.


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