In talking about his book, 'The Glass Closet', Former BP CEO John Browne says he 'would have had better relationships with people' if he had been openly gay while CEO.
CEO Herbert Hainer says that Adidas is on track to rake in $2 billion in 2014, thanks to sales of its World Cup merchandise: an expected 40 million official Brazuca balls and 8 million jerseys.
Rich and famous Americans, including Warren Buffett, Arianna Huffington and Kenneth Cole, offer advice on coping with stress in this fast-paced world.
American Apparel is know for its controversial, sexy advertising. Board member Allen Mayer says it's a 'reflection in some senses' of Dov Charney's 'personality.' But now he's out, so what's next?
Governor Rick Snyder says the $195 million dollar settlement will minimize Detroit pension cuts.
Former Seattle SuperSonics owner and Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz weighs in on Steve Ballmer's $2 billion bid to buy the Los Angeles Clippers.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz explains what was behind Starbucks' turning point' in China three years ago.
Howard Schultz supports a minimum wage hike but says 'Fifteen dollars an hour could be a job killer for small businesses.'
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz explains why the company is partnering with Arizona State University to cover tuition for Starbucks employees.