David Solomon will officially take over from Lloyd Blankfein later this year, but the changes he makes at the helm of the firm will be subtle.
The proposed accord with the federal government would have avoided a decision that could expose parent companies to liability for violations by franchisees.
As the pizza chain tries to distance itself from its founder, John Schnatter said he faced an extortion attempt and regretted stepping down.
Her bosses at the office saw her as too “macho” and “aggressive” to be made a partner. The Supreme Court saw her as a victim of gender stereotyping.
Mr. Blankfein has seen a lot during his 12 years atop Wall Street’s vaunted firm. Here are some of his most notable triumphs and setbacks.
It’s officially the drink of the summer, thanks to an aggressive marketing campaign by Campari.
As graffiti becomes a marketing tool, copyright law has struggled to catch up. A lawsuit could decide when an artist is entitled to compensation.
America Media, a 108-year-old Jesuit organization and the publisher of America magazine, needed a modern office for its operations that still reflected its faith.
The firm’s chief executive has announced the end of his tenure after 12 years in the role. Here’s how he said goodbye.
Mr. Solomon, a longtime investment banker, will replace Lloyd C. Blankfein at the helm of one of the most powerful institutions on Wall Street.