April 14, 2014
Cognizant's recent customer-focused investments in social media, mobile, analytics and cloud computing have made it one of America's Most Honored Companies. CFO Karen McLoughlin sheds light on the company's evolution into an $8.8 billion technology powerhouse.
Daniel Nadler • April 09, 2014
New innovative business models by upstarts like carmaker Tesla and logistics company Uber are poised to disrupt multiple industries at once.
Thomas W. Johnson • April 09, 2014
After helping to boost the firm’s footprint, the global head of equity research says he’s ready for a new adventure.
S.L. Mintz • April 09, 2014
Aircraft maker Boeing soared over fellow Dow component IBM in our fourth-quarter 2013 Corporate Buyback Scorecard. Should the iconic tech company double down?
Katie Gilbert • March 24, 2014
The science-based company is making the leap from chemistry to the life sciences. But the road is long and some investors have grown impatient.
Nick Rockel • March 23, 2014
Companies that try to boost their stock prices by inflating current earnings can expect punishment from the market, a recent long-term study reveals.
The Staff • March 22, 2014
Nelson Peltz’s daughter and Vladimir Putin’s putative nephew take action; Japanese billionaire Son declares war in America; and more.
Tom Buerkle • March 17, 2014
Undaunted by recent market turmoil in emerging economies, Abraaj founder Arif Naqvi is raising new funds covering much of the developing world.
Allen T. Cheng • March 07, 2014
CEO Yang Yuanqing will use the Chinese PC giant’s takeovers of Motorola Mobility and IBM’s low-end server unit to grow in the developed world.
Michael Peltz • March 05, 2014
In his first year as CEO, Gregoire has worked to modernize CA Technologies’ traditional mainframe business and expand its software footprint with innovative new products.
March 05, 2014
Michael Gregoire is racing to the finish line, figuratively and literally. The new CA Technologies CEO talks about attracting talent, growing his business and the importance of failing fast.
Nick Rockel • March 01, 2014
Look for conservative institutions to embrace the eventual IPOs of peer-to-peer rental services such as Airbnb and Uber.
Julie Segal • February 26, 2014
The independent asset management firm bolsters its alternatives business by moving into private debt investing, a strategy put forth by CEO George Walker IV.
The Staff • February 21, 2014
Paul Allen wins the Super Bowl, Vladimir Potanin and Paul Singer go for gold, Bob Diamond takes a shine to Africa and more.
Vitaliy Katsenelson • February 14, 2014
Jos. A. Bank’s agreement to buy specialty retailer Eddie Bauer gives the men’s retailer a fighting chance at survival.
John Engen • February 13, 2014
TD Bank and Bank of Montreal have spent billions building up U.S. banking franchises but struggle to achieve the profit margins they earn at home.
Julie Segal • February 11, 2014
Caught in the bankruptcy of parent company Lehman Brothers, the 75-year-old asset management firm has returned to its partnership roots.
David Rothnie • February 04, 2014
Goldman Sachs’ head of M&A for Europe, the Middle East and Africa expects a European deal-making revival.
The Staff • February 02, 2014
PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi gets personal at Yale, soccer’s Wayne Rooney minds his head, former U.S. Treasury secretary Bob Rubin warms up to climage change and more.
Aaron Timms • January 30, 2014
The information giant faces the classic innovator's dilemma as rivals armed with cool new technologies try to disrupt the disrupter.
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