CEO Performance

Boeing's CEO has presided over a series of missteps that would have caused almost any chief executive to lose his job. Yet, he remains at the helm of the aerospace and defense giant.
Electric vehicle maker Lordstown may not survive to see the end of 2022, but its chief executive officer will be a rich man regardless.
The market has lost all faith in electric vehicle maker Rivian and its chief executive.
Carvana has become America’s worst-managed company. CEO Ernie Garcia III and his father Ernie Garcia II have done irreparable damage to their shareholders. It shows in the stock price. Its...
Walt Disney Company has gone from one of America's most admired companies to one mired in controversy. Something has to change.
CVS Health ranks fourth on the Fortune 500 list, and its CEO took up the reins in February of this year.
After seemingly endless quarters of falling revenue, IBM gave investors a moment of joy with revenue that moved slightly higher in the most recent period.
Counter to the typical pattern for a recession, fewer CEOs left their jobs last year. Uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the nation's economic policy may have made companies pause before...
An Apple car represents the company's chance to move into one of the largest consumer product sectors in the world, beyond consumer electronics and services.
When 24/7 Wall St. recently picked America's five worst-run companies of 2020, AT&T took the top position.
24/7 Wall St. looks at large public companies to find those that did particularly poorly in the past year due more to strategic decisions than the pandemic.
New Ford CEO Jim Farley has struggled with a problem that has vexed most of the company's six prior chief executives.
The partial sale of TikTok to Oracle, if it goes through, may be the final transaction of real substance in the career Oracle founder Larry Ellison.
According to several media reports, Kevin Mayer, who had been head of TikTok for three months, has walked out on his co-workers.
A new CEO and new rugged sport utility vehicle were meant to show that Ford had renewed its push toward a better future. Yet, neither was really a sign of a change at Ford.