As the US population continues to diversify, companies will need to appoint more women and minorities to management and board roles.
Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital has built an empire of consumer companies, and in the process, created an operational model that is gaining traction industry-wide.
In the two months since taking the helm, Exxon Mobil CEO Darren Woods is demonstrating a willingness to stray from the oil industry pack.
As tighter regulation and better technology accelerate the rise of electric cars, carmakers will need to be ready.
A new survey from PwC looks at board composition, with a focus on the number of women on boards in nine key industries in the US.
One of the most well-known automotive executives, Carlos Ghosn will step down as CEO of Nissan in order to champion the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.
South-East Asian ride-hailing firm Grab has a vast territory and broad ambitions. The only roadblock to leading the local ride-hailing market is America’s Uber.
Undeterred by economic and political uncertainty in the region, venture capitalists continue to raise large sums of money for European tech start-ups.
Looking to gain investment expertise and become financial conglomerates, Asian technology and industrial giants are snapping up Western investment firms.