A time-tested group of elite fund managers offer their best stock ideas for 2014.
Padmasree Warrior says leaders should have bold visions but an appreciation for the details -- and they also need to simplify complex situations to solve their core issues.
Tuition rates are rising, but colleges and universities are still not bringing in enough revenue to make ends meet. What gives?
Allan Sloan takes a look at the recently released Time Inc SEC filing
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At a time when many business schools are reporting declining enrollment in their full-time MBA programs, Welch's Management Institute is doing a brisk business.
Congress yesterday voted to gut oversight regulations on private equity, and in the process displayed remarkable ignorance.
Talk is cheap.
Former Pearson and Economist CEO Marjorie Scardino named to the Twitter board.
With an internal war raging between old and new factions, and founder Mike Bloomberg set to return next month, can the company figure out what it wants to be?
The on-demand, mobile app-based transportation service has enjoyed tremendous growth. Its new financing platform promises to press the pedal even closer to the metal.
In a banner year for activist investors, no one is doing better than Carl Icahn.
He cut his buyback demand from $150 billion to $50 billion and gave Apple a year to do it.
Jake and Dick Leinenkugel say their decision to sell to Miller Brewing Company 25 years ago gave them the chance to reach a national audience.
If you wait until 70 to collect and live to your mid-eighties, you win big. But who says you'll make it that far?
TIAA-CREF is one of the country's leading vineyard owners -- and no one at the firm is complaining of sour grapes.
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