Cathay Pacific CEO resigns amid Hong Kong protest controversy

How will China deal with the Hong Kong protests? Brookings Institution’s Michael O’Hanlon discusses the how the Chinese government will react to the Hong Kong protests. Cathay Pacific Airways CEO Rupert Hogg has resigned, one week after Hong Kong’s flag carrier was caught in a political controversy over the involvement of its employees in mass anti-Beijing protests that have rocked […]

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Chick-fil-A CEO promised dad he'd uphold Christian values, stay closed on Sundays

The ‘hate’ against Chick-fil-A: Growing liberal backlash against its conservative Christian values Despite being closed on Sunday, Chick-fil-A is still the third largest fast food chain in the country. But there’s growing liberal backlash against its conservative Christian values, and its philanthropic support. Shouldn’t a business be able to donate to the cause of their choice? Christopher Hale and Shane […]

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L Brands CEO Les Wexner taps former SEC head for legal help over Jeffrey Epstein fallout

Jeffrey Epstein’s death was not surprising: Fmr. correctional treatment specialist Former Bureau of Prisons case manager Jack Donson tells FOX Business’ Kennedy that it was a matter of time for when Jeffrey Epstein would commit suicide. L Brand CEO Leslie Wexner is reportedly bringing on top legal talent as the head of Victoria’s Secret parent company finds himself further entangled […]

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Walmart CEO promises 'thoughtful and deliberate' response to shootings amid calls to end gun sales

Trump: Our nation must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy President Trump addresses the country on the shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. Walmart CEO Doug McMillon wrote a letter to employees on Wednesday in the wake of two recent deadly shootings at store locations, expressing “shock, anger [and] grief.” Continue Reading Below There have been calls for […]

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Slack CEO forecasts platform could surge over work email in '5 to 7 years': report

Messaging service Slack goes public in direct listing Tech:NYC Executive Director Julie Samuels on the state of the IPO market and whether more companies will go public in a direct listing like Slack did. Slack’s top executive reportedly thinks his company’s work messaging platform will assert dominance over traditional work email in the coming years. Continue Reading Below During an […]

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Korn Ferry CEO talks slowing economy, new partnership with PGA Tour

PGA Tour announces Korn Ferry as umbrella sponsor Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison discusses with FOX Business’ Gerri Willis about the newly announced partnership with the PGA Tour and its U.S. player developmental tour, formerly called Web.com Tour. On a day the Federal Reserve delivered its decision on interest rates, Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison told FOX Business that a weakening […]

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Uber chief executive laments U.S. trade policy for lackluster IPO

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Uber Technologies Chief Executive Dara Khosrowshahi said on Tuesday the company’s initial public offering last month was hurt by U.S. trade tensions even as he downplayed recent volatility in the stock price. The comments from Khosrowshahi continue the fallout from Uber’s IPO, which was the most anticipated U.S. listing since Facebook Inc seven years ago but has struggled […]

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Morgan Stanley CEO slams US trade policy, regulations

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The United States is edging dangerously close to a “full-blown” trade war with China, and its regulators impose overly punitive financial regulations, Morgan Stanley Chief Executive Officer James Gorman said on Tuesday. Following a recent visit to Asia, Gorman is concerned that the United States and China have moved from a “tit-for-tat” dispute to something worse, […]

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