Boardroom battles and power plays shaped this year's U.S. list, which boasts eight new faces and - surprise! - a new No. 1.
|Zurich Insurance's ex-CEO Martin Senn commits suicide|
|'X-Men' takes top spot as 'Alice' flops at Memorial Day box office|
|The company behind 'American Idol' has filed for bankruptcy April 29|
|Striking Verizon workers score raise and bonuses|
|Will Congress compel Trump to release his tax returns?|