It was a kind of corporate whiplash last week when Barnes & Noble announced that its CEO had been fired, effective immediately and without severance. Here's what the ailing bookseller must do now.
Before you walk out of the office on vacation, there are some important tasks you must attend to, Maryland Smith professor Cynthia Kay Stevens says.
Finding more pleasure in your time off boils down to some simple steps, Maryland Smith professor Nicole M. Coomber says.
It takes just a few seconds for a movie or series trailer to grab you – or to lose you. New model makes most of each second.
The U.S. treasury yield curve has economists and market watchers feeling uneasy and warning that a recession may be on the horizon.
First it was book selling, and then it was retail of all kinds. Later came cloud storage services, streaming entertainment and online advertising. Now with three big moves, Amazon is disrupting healthcare.
Bragging rights go to David Kass. He predicted months ago that Kraft Heinz might look to acquire Campbell’s Soup.
The fact is, manufacturing overseas isn’t even new for Harley-Davidson. Here's why it does it and what might happen now.
If your organization relies on PowerPoint or similar software, it doesn’t mean your presentation is destined to leave your audience bored or surfing their smartphones for a distraction.
Although General Electric has had the longest continuous presence of any company on the Dow Jones Industrial Average, its ouster from the index this week after 111 years wasn't an altogether surprising event. David Kass explains.