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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s CEO is stepping down. Here are the 35 most dramatic exits in a record-breaking year for CEO departure...
The first nine months of 2019 surpassed the number of CEO departures seen in the same time span during the 2008 recession.
Munoz will leave the chief executive role in May and become United's chairman. Current chair Jane Garvey will retire from the airline's board.
The CEO of Twitter and Square says he’s moving to Africa for at least 3 months next year because the continent will ‘define the futureR...
After spending a month meeting with the tech community across four African countries, Jack Dorsey is already planning his return to the continent.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says there’s a ‘false tradeoff’ between technological progress and forcing people to give up their personal data
Apple CEO Tim Cook says that you don't have to give up your privacy for technology to get better — it's a false choice that we don't have to accept.
T-Mobile's CEO, known for his eccentric approach during a successful run as CEO, is stepping down in May 2020.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere reportedly has no plans to leave the company and take over WeWork after all
T-Mobile CEO John Legere reportedly has no plans to leave the company and lead the troubled office space company WeWork.
Uber’s former CEO Travis Kalanick sold another $164 million worth of stock, further cashing out of the company he created
Kalanick now helms CloudKitchens, a startup that leases kitchen space to restaurants. His stock sales offset a $300 investment he made in the firm.
McDonald’s fired CEO will get at least $675,000 in severance pay, but he can’t work at any of the chain’s more than 36 major fast-fo...
McDonald's fired CEO Steve Easterbrook over his relationship with another employee. Easterbrook's severance package was filed on Monday.
The CEOs of NVIDIA, Salesforce, Adobe, Mastercard, Microsoft, Texas Instruments, Nike, and L'Oréal all made the top third of the prestigious list.
WeWork cofounder Adam Neumann is expected to step down as the company’s chairman — in exchange for a reported $1.7 billion buyout. Here...
Neumann has spent $80 million on five or more homes since founding WeWork in 2010. His latest purchase: a $21 million home in the Bay Area.