CEO Performance

It will be hard to dislodge Masayoshi Son because of his decades-long role at Softbank. It is time for the board to react, and react publicly.
Bob Iger envisioned streaming as Disney’s future the last time he was CEO. It was not.
Snap has turned in another horrible quarter, thanks to long-time CEO Evan Spiegel.
Bob Iger, the returned chief executive, is supposed to be Disney’s savior. Are layoffs his only option?
Who is to blame for Ford's missteps and poor performance in the past year?
Returning CEO Bob Iger was supposed to save Disney. Instead, he savaged the workforce.
Amazon CEO Jassy was arrogant to believe he could time the e-commerce market, and it has cost 27,000 people their jobs.
Morning host Don Lemon’s sexist comments are the least of CNN’s problems.
CEO Jim Farley has become Ford’s number one liability.
The New York Times headline read, “Amazon Reports Almost No Profit and Slowing Growth.” The newspaper mentioned that the situation would not improve this quarter. Amazon’s serious problems...
Tech companies have laid off hundreds of thousands of workers but their chief executives have not been fired or resigned.
Amazon CEO Jassy blamed the firings on the economy, which is only partially true. He has to take a substantial part of the blame.
CEOs who undercut financial performance and the public’s confidence in their products and services should be candidates for dismissal.
David Zaslav of Warner Bros. Discovery is 24/7 Wall St.’s “Worst CEO of 2022.”
After news that two large creditors plan to cooperate in dividing up the assets of used car company Carvana, the stock collapsed.