Lyft Names David Risher New CEO as Co-Founder Steps Down
Lyft Inc. tapped David Risher to be its new CEO, replacing co-founder Logan Green as the ride-hailing company struggles to compete with bigger rival Uber Technologies Inc.
Subaru Makes CEO Change as Japan’s Carmakers Play Catch-Up on EVs
Subaru Corp. appointed Atsushi Osaki as CEO and president, following Toyota Motor Corp.’s decision to overhaul its top ranks, suggesting a greater urgency among Japanese carmakers to accelerate efforts to better compete in the electric vehicle era.
BP’s New CEO Needs to Steer Company Through World Wary of Oil
In a world that’s increasingly wary of fossil fuels, BP’s newly appointed CEO Bernard Looney will have to prove the company can keep up with the times.
Indiana’s Mister “P” Express Celebrates 30 Years Despite Rough Start
Not long after Mister “P” Express, Inc. opened in 1987 in Southern Indiana, founder Allan Parnell’s wife, Bunny, suggested closing the trucking company’s doors.
Trump Ends Business Councils as CEOs Turn Against President
Donald Trump said he’s disbanding two advisory groups of American business leaders, after CEOs quit this week as the president faced blowback for failing to sufficiently condemn white supremacists.
US CEO Sentiment at Three-Year High Is Good Omen for Economy
CEOs of some of the largest U.S. companies are becoming even more sanguine about sales and spending, a good omen for the economy after a lackluster first-quarter expansion, according to a quarterly survey released June 6 by the Business Roundtable.
CEOs Salivate Over Trump's Tax-Cut Plans, Vague as They May Be
CEOs are keeping their fingers crossed that the skeletal details offered up by President Donald Trump’s administration April 26 will turn into a concrete proposal to slash the corporate tax rate to 15% from the current 35%. That would free them up to invest and fuel economic expansion, they said in interviews and conference calls this week.
How One Exec Went From Growing Up Poor in Tennessee to Leading a $100 Million Shipping Business
When Johnny Jones was a 12-year-old boy growing up poor in East Ridge, Tennessee, he had one pair of pants and one shirt.