CEO Performance

Boeing CEO Muilenburg Has to Be Fired

Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) CEO Dennis Muilenburg was stripped of his chairman's job a week ago. With new revelations about the 737 Max, that pilots knew of dangerous flaws in ...
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Boeing Should Have Fired CEO Muilenburg

The Boeing Co. (NYSE: BA) board of directors has fired CEO Dennis A. Muilenburg from his job as board chair but will let him stay on as chief executive, at ...
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Why Wall Street Is Rather Mixed About New CEO of Wells Fargo

Now that Charles Scharf has been named to assume the full-time roles as president and chief executive officer of Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC), it is important to consider ...
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Wells Fargo Finally Finds a Winner to Serve as CEO

Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC) has been embroiled in scandal for far too long. Its shares have lagged rival banks as it has been under asset restrictions in the ...
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CEO Change at Deere May Alter How It Views Growth & Opportunities

It's not unusual for management changes to be announced in Corporate America. In fact, some companies rotate in and out of senior management as if the company is a ride ...
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CEOs Who Need to Be Pushed Out This Year

The turnover rate for the chief executive officers of major American companies is relatively small when retirements are taken out of the equation. Most have good relationships with their boards. ...
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Ford Board Needs to Fire CEO Hackett

Buried in Ford Motor Co.'s (NYSE: F) announcement of its second-quarter earnings were the figures for the period. After posting a long list of modest successes, the data showed that ...
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US CEO Departures Hit Highest Year-to-Date Total Ever

The number of U.S. CEOs who lost or left their jobs in May rose by 17% compared to the April total. Last month, 114 CEOs left their jobs, compared to ...
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Uber’s Management Departures Likely to Rattle Investor Nerves

Uber Technologies Inc. (NYSE: UBER) is no stranger to controversy. After taking lead in the ride-hailing business, Uber has finally come public. The analysts gave Uber solid ratings for the ...
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GM Merger With Ford Looks More Likely

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU) proposed a merger with Renault that would create the world's third largest carmaker. The eroding economics of the industry make such deal more likely ...
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Tesla’s Market Value Still Almost as Large as Ford’s

Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) has a market cap of just over $39 billion. Despite a near panic sell-off of Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) shares over the past week, it ...
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American CEOs Are Back to Keeping Their Jobs

The number of U.S. CEOs who lost or left their jobs in April fell by 39% compared to the March total. Last month 97 CEOs left their jobs compared to ...
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Year After Year, IBM and CEO Rometty Disappoint

Quarter after quarter, year after year, the International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) turnaround is promoted by the company and CEO Virginia Marie "Ginni" Rometty. Occasionally, revenue and income show ...
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The Airline CEO Who Walked Through a Plane Picking Up Trash

. The image of the chief executive officer of a major company is not someone who picks up trash. However, that is what happened recently on a major airline. ...
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Blue Apron’s Dilemma May Continue Despite Solid New CEO Replacement

When a chief executive officer leaves a company, shareholders sometimes feel nervous. When CEOs leave a company when it has been in duress, the shareholders and investment community sometimes cheer ...
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