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Co-authored by Dorothy Shapiro, Fellow and Lecturer in Law, The University of Chicago Law School President Trump has promised
Forged with the despicable dividend of stolen trade secrets, priced with monopoly collusion, then traded with fraudulent labeling to dodge U.S. duties, steel from China violates every principle of capitalism.
Get ready for not much. All is relatively calm this morning as traders try to digest last week's exciting events.
Over the past several weeks, as Alcoa and Century cut aluminum production nationwide, James Markus, a 23-year-veteran aluminum worker, acutely felt the pain of those laid off.
Apple, Coca-Cola and Google among the companies that signed the Obama administration's climate pledge.
Education and training providers push programs that don't lead to employment, and companies are pulling away from those providers and not sharing their specific talent needs.
Only grounded leaders are truly up to the task of meeting today's wide-ranging challenges. They inspire people to do good work, not just work hard. Most importantly, they possess the invaluable ability to unite people around visions both grand and sustainable.
A new leadership contract is emerging: an implicit agreement between CEOs and stakeholders to ensure long-term, sustainable value creation and legitimacy.
The changes are the first in nearly a year, when UnitedHealth Group replaced Mondelez International. The index manager said
Shouldn't companies get involved now instead of waiting to see what governments come up with on their own?