Mega paydays for CEOs
Business is meant to be all about the bottom line, but sometimes it seems as if that rule only applies to the people at the bottom.
Companies who love their workers
Google employees are treated to generous perks to help with productivity, employee interaction, and because Google is, well, an awesome, cashed up employer.
William Ford, grandson of famed carmaker, dies at 88
William Clay Ford, the last surviving grandchild of automotive innovator Henry Ford and owner of the Detroit Lions, died Sunday of pneumonia at the age of 88.
British MPs criticise Queen's household finances
British lawmakers have urged Queen Elizabeth II's royal household to further reduce running costs and get to grips with a backlog of property repairs.
Worker humiliated with bunny ears punishment
A 61-year-old Japanese woman was forced to wear bunny ears as a penalty for missing her sales targets, with photos of her humiliation used in company training programmes, reports said.
Facebook chief marches in SF gay pride parade
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg joined more than 700 of the leading social network's employees to march in a euphoric San Francisco gay Pride Parade that drew more than a million people.
Nike to halt Livestrong merchandise
Nike has decided to stop making products for disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's cancer charity Livestrong, but will still support the group financially.
British PR guru Max Clifford denies teen sex charges
British celebrity publicist Max Clifford has pleaded not guilty in a London court to 11 counts of indecent assault on teenage girls, saying the charges were unfounded.
Google chief Page speaks out about vocal cord paralysis
Google co-founder and chief Larry Page ended the mystery about his soft, sometimes raspy voice with a personal online post Tuesday about being diagnosed with partially paralysed vocal cords.
Murdoch lauds 'brave' Thatcher
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch on Wednesday paid tribute to former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, crediting her with giving him the strength to face down print unions in the 1980s.