by Thom Forbes on Nov 30, 8:20 AM
Polman was the prime mover behind Unilever's visionary Sustainable Living Plan, which industry observers expect Jope to continue, as its ideals are now embedded in the company.
by Thom Forbes on Nov 29, 8:23 AM
Settlement was announced as jury was deliberating lawsuit alleging that MillerCoors was trying to put Pabst out of business.
by Thom Forbes on Nov 28, 7:59 AM
"General Motors has again exposed the inability of any politician to arrest the changes in technology and consumer tastes roiling the auto industry," according to the "WSJ."
by Thom Forbes on Nov 27, 8:00 AM
The move echoes that of other firms, "as investors assign more value to the parts of these companies separately than to their sum," says one report.
by Thom Forbes on Nov 26, 8:16 AM
According to sources, Third Point, activist hedge fund led by Daniel Loeb, could gain two seats on Campbell's board and help pick next CEO.
by Thom Forbes on Nov 21, 8:23 AM
Carlo Ghosn, formerly man of many titles at Nissan, Mitsubishi and Renault, was arrested for allegedly understating his Nissan compensation by roughly $45 million.
by Thom Forbes on Nov 20, 8:15 AM
The suit says Brian "Tugs" Bowen II was denied the chance to grow his talents in college on the way to going pro.
by Thom Forbes on Nov 19, 8:00 AM
James Brett's CEO duties are being split between four other executives at the company, which has seen a recent uptick in sales following several years of upheaval.
by Thom Forbes on Nov 16, 8:14 AM
"The data show that kids using e-cigarettes are going to be more likely to try combustible cigarettes later," says FDA Commish.
by Thom Forbes on Nov 15, 8:18 AM
The company has three CEOs for its different divisions, and it's Victoria's Secret Lingerie CEO, Jan Singer, who's reportedly leaving.