After news that an American aircraft carrier was dispatched to the Persian Gulf, the international benchmark for oil prices hit above $114 a barrel for the first time in nine months.
Not only is decision spin frustrating for everyone involved, it can come with a big financial loss.
Campbell’s Soup CEO Denise Morrison is exploring new products and new means of reaching customers, including social media.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a draft of new regulations on Monday, which proposes a 30 percent reduction in carbon-dioxide emissions from 2005 levels by 2030.
Ben Horowitz’s new work offers a pull-no-punches approach to many of the grittier business challenges.
With advances in technology taking place at a more rapid pace than ever and consumer demands in almost constant flux, a company’s success can now be measured in how well they adapt to change.
Hewlett-Packard has announced intent to lay off up to 50,000 employees this year in an attempt to be more agile in their reactions to a changing market.
Sears Holding’s CEO Edward Lampert told Forbes “We fundamentally are changing the way we do business” after disappointing sales performance.