CEOs wear many hats, often at the same time, and prioritizing is something they should be adept at. With all the changes going on in technology, this is one…
Boards say they are making a conscious effort to increase diversity among trustees and set term limits, but they appear to have a ways to go.
Through town halls, an open-door policy and plain stubbornness, Chris O'Malley, CEO of Compuware, is steering the mainframe software provider out of a…
As CEO of Namely, Matt Straz is providing midsized companies with cloud-based software to help them run their HR departments like larger companies.
Bored at work or by your work? You’re not alone. Having nothing to do or feeling that way, or not feeling challenged by your position, is quite common.
Close to half of employers expect to hire full-time, permanent employees this year, but the extremely tight labor pool makes it a question of how.
With its widespread use, Mike Myer, CEO of Quiq, sees texting as a natural addition to the way companies serve their customers.
David Ciccarelli, CEO of Voices.com, is out to revolutionize the voice-over industry by giving voice actors more choices in locations and projects.
CEOs are recognizing that good health goes with solid work, and they are having their human resource departments do more with health and wellness programs.
Venture capital funding took a dip in the fourth quarter of 2017, with dollar volume and deal counts declining sequentially for most funding stages.