Leaders are often spinning many plates, so it stands to reason that CEO mistakes will happen – these are the most common ones to watch.
In the annual 50 Highest Rated CEOs in Britain survey, carried out by company review platform Glassdoor, only four women made the final list.
Whether it is two words jammed together or just those that make very little sense, the SME community has let it be known what jargon has no right to exist.
Everyone puts their foot in it from time to time – some of us more than others. But for company CEOs, saying the wrong thing, even if their intentions are good, can be disastrous.
Since the departure of Dick Costolo, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has held the post of interim CEO at the social network – a role that is reported to become permanent.
With new research suggesting that 70 per cent of CEO’s time could be use better, Real Business quizzed five business heads about personal assistants to find out what value they can add – or if they’re actually necessary at all.
While many business founders may feel possessive about anyone else taking the reins, they're not always the best person for the job. We've compiled a list of five notable examples who were renowned for setting up a company, but weren't quite so successful at running it.
New data from the High Pay Centre think tank has revealed that, not only did the ten highest paid CEOs at FTSE 100 companies make over £150m in total, but those in the position are now paid 183 times the average UK worker.
As the battle to grow fast and acquire market share becomes ever more difficult, we find out why joining forces as co-CEOs can have a positive impact on the business – even if it does lead to a few squabbles every now and then.
While many leading business figures are renowned for focusing on making money first and foremost, a Saudi business magnate and investor has just announced he plans to give away his £28bn fortune. His pledge may be extremely charitable, but he's not the only one making such extensive efforts to give back.
The incoming CEO of Grant Thornton UK has said too many women make the mistake of trying to emulate men in the workplace in order to get ahead.
Glassdoor has released its annual Employees’ Choice Awards for the Highest Rated CEOs for 2015. Those vying for the top spot included Three's David Dyson and HomeServe's Martin Bennett, but where did they rank?