CEOS

Jamie Dimon has some advice on how to deal with bad employees: Fire them. JPMorgan Chase‘s CEO said Thursday that poor-performing workers will “destroy your companies,” The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch reported Friday. Dimon also said U.S. economic growth is being slowed down by the political climate in Washington. “We’re growing at 2.5 percent,” he said. …

Microsoft’s CEO has been in the corner office for one year, but as Josh Lipton explains, his tenure has been filled with some hits and misses.

Meet the man who has a big task ahead of him: turning sales around at the world’s largest fast-food chain, McDonald’s.

The 45th annual World Economic Forum kicked off today as business and political leaders prepare for urgent and immediate changes that are about to shake up the global economy.

What a year it’s been for General Motors CEO Mary Barra. Following the company’s recall crisis, has GM changed for the better?

Mary Thompson tells us five CEOs who have their work cut out for them in 2015.

U.S. crude hit 5 ½-year lows early Monday with signs that oil prices may have just about bottomed, said Joe Petrowski, former CEO of Gulf Oil. WTI crude dropped to $56.25 a barrel in early trading, its lowest price since May 2009, but stabilized later in the morning. Meanwhile, Brent crude also clawed its way …

CEOs engaged in a rare question and answer session with President Obama, delving deeper into concerns about regulation and the widening wage gap.

Wall Street & Washington intersected today when some of the biggest names in business discussed the biggest issues facing their companies.

Hackers have targeted the emails of top executives in more than 100 companies to steal market-sensitive information and “gain an edge in stock trading”, a report released on Monday revealed. The group dubbed FIN4 by security researchers FireEye, targeted individuals involved in market-moving merger and acquisition (M&A) deals with tailor-made emails, mostly involved in the …

The abrupt departure of the CEO of United Technologies is leaving shareholders with more questions than answers.

Here’s a look inside the small apartment where Alibaba founder, Jack Ma lived and where he still sends developers to work.

Xerox CEO Ursula Burns says the US economy is “stuck”. The way she describes it: “One step forward, a half step back.”

Kroger has posted 43 straight quarters of sales growth. How does the supermarket chain do it?

Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday said in an op-ed in Bloomberg Businessweek that “I’m proud to be gay,” addressing rumors about his sexual orientation. “While I have never denied my sexuality, I haven’t publicly acknowledged it either, until now,” he said in his commentary. “So let me be clear: I’m proud to be gay, and …