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Donald Trump Announces Advisory Committee of Big-Name CEOs
Donald Trump has enlisted a number of top business leaders for an advisory committee in order to help "bring back jobs and Make America Great Again," according to a statement from his transition team. The group, called the President's Strategic and Policy Forum, will be headed up by Blackstone
General Electric Unveils Massive Restructuring
GE will unload the bulk of its GE Capital business, valued at around $500 billion, over the next two years.
The Big Number: Is a 20-Year Tenure Too Long?
Rumors are circulating that GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt plans to step down before expected.
Microsoft: 'Stack-Ranking' Gets Heave-Ho
As part of its ongoing effort to re-invent itself, Microsoft announced yesterday it would stop "stack-ranking"—the much-reviled practice it has used up until now to evaluate and reward its employees. But is the forced-curve ranking popularized by General Electric's Jack Welch really so bad? The
CEO Says He May Lay Off Employees if Obama Re-elected
Outspoken time-share mogul David Siegel surprised his thousands of employees in an email this week that indirectly stated that layoffs could be likely if President Obama is re-elected, which some analysts say have crossed the line as a CEO. Siegel founded Westgate Resorts in Orlando in 1982. In an
Thoroughly Moderating Mitt
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: DIANE AND OBAMA: Today ABC’s Diane Sawyer will sit down for an exclusive, wide-ranging interview with President Obama at the White House. It marks his first sit down since his debate with Governor Mitt Romney on...
Jack Welch Claims Jobs Report Suspicions Correct
Jack Welch, the former CEO of General Electric, is doubling down on his tweet last week voicing suspicion that the Obama administration is manipulating U.S. employment data for political advantage. “Unfortunately for those who would like me to pipe down, the 7.8 percent unemployment figure released
Ed Gillespie on 'This Week'
important. Ed, thanks for getting up this morning. You heard robert right there, masterful, theatrical, fundamentally dishonest. I guess his basic point now about governor romney on his tax plan is either that he's not telling the truth about the scale of the tax plan or abandoning his economic
2012 Presidential Election: Job Numbers Impact on Obama, Romney
David Kerley , John Avlon review jobs report's impact on the two candidates.