CEO Performance

Macy's will cut 3,900 jobs as part of a cost-cutting effort. Its CEO made 461 times the median compensation of his workers last year.
Tim Cook will be 60 years old this year, and Apple’s market value is near an all-time high. Is it time for him to retire after nearly a decade as chief executive officer?
Some chief executives are paid at a stunning multiple of the people who worked at their corporations. In 2019, seven CEOs made 1,000 times more than the median pay.
If Ford cannot get things right today, why think that will change tomorrow. GM does not have a similar challenge.
When the story of the business world in the early 21st century is written, Disney CEO Bob Iger will be on the list of the most important chief executives. Can Bob Chapek fill his shoes?
As the Nasdaq has soared over the past five years, Twitter is down notably. It is no wonder that a powerful institutional investor has bought a large number of shares and wants CEO Jack Dorsey ousted.
The Walt Disney Company (NYSE: DIS) has thrived under the leadership of Chairman and CEO Bob Iger. Disney has expanded its empire greatly under his leadership and the company has grown massively. Now...
An all-time record number of CEOs departed their companies in January, continuing the heightened pace of CEO job changes from last year.
The cannabis industry got another shock when Aurora Cannabis announced that its founder and chief executive, Terry Booth, would retire. He is the third high-profile CEO of a cannabis company to lose...
Ford investors are concerned about its lack of electric and self-driving vehicles, its sales disaster in China and the profound doubt about the turnaround plans of CEO Jim Hackett.
Ford CEO Jim Hackett says he recognizes the company's performance is well short of plans. Is he the future of Ford, given recent performance and short-term expectations?
The long-held belief among investors is that the CEO is responsible for results in any company. If Jeff Gennette is not to blame for the Macy's disaster, who is?
Gap was in the process of looking to carve out its Old Navy business into a new company that was outside of the Gap, Banana Republic and Athleta brands. That effort is now history.
It is too late for Bed Bath & Beyond to turn around, despite plans to repair the company. These plans have not been released by its new chief executive officer.
Normally, a year in which a company's stock gains almost 12% would be a good one. McDonald's shares did that this year.