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Boeing’s CEO is out as the fallout from its grounded 737 MAX continues. What does it all mean for the company? Our Phil LeBeau joins us on the show to discuss.
Boeing fired CEO Dennis Muilenburg, saying Monday it replaced him with the company’s chairman as the nation’s biggest manufacturing exporter struggles to regain the trust of regulators, customers and the public in the wake of two fatal crashes of its best-selling plane, the 737 MAX.
T-Mobile President and COO Mike Sievert will succeed John Legere as CEO on May 1, 2020, the company announced Monday.
We look back on the life of Kaiser Permanente CEO, Bernard Tyson, who helped changed the health care sector. Bertha Coombs has more for us.
Courtney Reagan reports on the major changes the apparel retailer, Gap, is now facing after naming a new CEO.
McDonald’s is garnering praise after deciding to fire its chief executive for having a relationship with an employee.
But the decision is reigniting scrutiny of the company’s handling of sexual harassment incidents that involve restaurant workers.
Boeing’s CEO is getting a vote of confidence from the company’s new chairman. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
The CEO of McDonald’s who helped nearly doubled the company’s stock price is fired leading investors to ask what’s next? Kate Rogers has more for us.
With a company’s CEO sudden departure, what does it mean for investors and shareholders? Joining us on the show with his perspective on this topic is University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business Professor, Erik Gordon.
Shares of McDonald’s fell Monday, after the fast-food giant announced it has fired CEO Steve Easterbrook for having a relationship with an employee.
On his second day at Capitol Hill, Boeing’s CEO Dennis Muilenburg got grilled by lawmakers as they slammed him this time for his $30 million salary. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
The CEO of the biggest mall owner in the U.S., Simon Property Group, says the retail industry looks to be “reaching the bottom” of a tumultuous wave of bankruptcies.
Citigroup named Jane Fraser president Thursday, filling a role that has been open since earlier this year and positioning her as a possible successor to CEO Michael Corbat.
Income inequality in the United States is bigger than ever.
A report from the Institute for Policy Studies highlights just how extreme pay inequality is between CEOs and workers.
Courtney Reagan reports there are changes coming to apparel and footwear company Under Armour with a new CEO looking to complete the company’s turnaround.