His hands may be full as he battles for his way at Dell, Herbalife and Transocean, but the 77-year-old activist investor isn't easing up.
The big-box warehouse store says better wages lead to better employee retainment, a better business culture and -- in the long run -- stronger stock prices.
The blogosphere is full of jeering about all the financial pundits who were recently preaching that gloom and doom were upon the markets.
The office supply chain's latest earnings and guidance aren't what investors were looking for. Cutting costs now tops the retailer's agenda.
The chief executive of the ketchup giant could get a handsome exit award, which would be among the largest CEO payouts ever.
CEO Jamie Dimon is focusing the cost-cutting measure primarily on the bank's mortgage business, where past troubles are still weighing amid rising competition.
The tech stalwart's earnings weren't as horrendous as feared, but even CEO Meg Whitman admits the turnaround has years to go.
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