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Private Prison Company Frees Itself From Its Old Corporate Identity

The Corrections Corporation of America, the private prison company that was the subject of a recent Mother Jones investigation, has announced that it's rebranding itself in the wake of increased

Private Prison Stocks Are Shooting Up After Trump Win

Private prison stocks are shooting up following last night's election of Donald Trump. CoreCivic (formerly known as the Corrections Corporation of America) jumped 37 percent as of 11:30 ET; GEO Group
U.S. Companies to Trump: Don’t Abandon Global Climate Deal

U.S. Companies to Trump: Don’t Abandon Global Climate Deal

Delegates at the opening session of climate talks in Marrakesh, Morocco, last week. On Wednesday, hundreds of American companies released a joint letter urging President-elect Donald Trump not to

Trump Promised to Kill Billionaires' Favorite Tax Loophole. Of Course His Economic Adviser Loves It.

Kativ/iStock, Robin Platzer/Twin Images/UPPA/ZUMA In an economic policy speech at the Detroit Economic Club in August 2016, Donald Trump repeated a promise he'd made many times on the campaign trail:

100 CEOs Have the Retirement Savings of 116 Million Americans

President Barack Obama has called runaway income inequality the "defining issue of our time." The disparity between exploding corporate profits and stagnating paychecks fueled Bernie Sanders'
Fair Game: Whistle-Blowers Spur Companies to Change Their Ways

Fair Game: Whistle-Blowers Spur Companies to Change Their Ways

Boxes were wheeled into court in 2002 when Arthur Andersen was charged with destroying documents in the Enron investigation. The Sarbanes-Oxley law, a reaction to cases like Enron’s, gave new
Will Donald Trump’s Corporate ‘Tax Holiday’ Create Jobs? Not Necessarily

Will Donald Trump’s Corporate ‘Tax Holiday’ Create Jobs? Not Necessarily

Apple employees helping shoppers at the company’s new flagship store at Union Square in San Francisco. Apple has the largest overseas cash pile, but it is uncertain what the company may do if given a
Will Donald Trump’s Corporate ‘Tax Holiday’ Create Jobs? Not Necessarily

Will Donald Trump’s Corporate ‘Tax Holiday’ Create Jobs? Not Necessarily

Apple employees helping shoppers at the company’s new flagship store at Union Square in San Francisco. Apple has the largest overseas cash pile, but it is uncertain what the company may do if given a
Will Donald Trump’s Corporate ‘Tax Holiday’ Create Jobs? Not Necessarily

Will Donald Trump’s Corporate ‘Tax Holiday’ Create Jobs? Not Necessarily

Apple employees helping shoppers at the company’s new flagship store at Union Square in San Francisco. Apple has the largest overseas cash pile, but it is uncertain what the company may do if given a
After Deaths From Disinfectants, Ex-Chief of Consumer Goods Firm’s South Korean Unit Is Jailed

After Deaths From Disinfectants, Ex-Chief of Consumer Goods Firm’s South Korean Unit Is Jailed

Lim Seong-joon, center, at the Seoul Central District Court in South Korea on Friday. He is among those who attribute their health problems to toxic disinfectants.
Corporations Open the Cash Spigot for Trump’s Inauguration

Corporations Open the Cash Spigot for Trump’s Inauguration

A worker removing the chair for President-elect Donald J. Trump from the stage after a rehearsal on Sunday at the Capitol for the presidential inauguration.
How to Keep Proper Corporate Records

How to Keep Proper Corporate Records

Staying on top of your corporate record-keeping is essential for both legal and strategic reasons.
DealBook: For C.E.O.s, a New Concern: The Activist in Chief

DealBook: For C.E.O.s, a New Concern: The Activist in Chief

President Trump hosting a breakfast with business leaders in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Monday.
Toshiba, Desperate for Cash After Scandal, Will Sell Microchip Business

Toshiba, Desperate for Cash After Scandal, Will Sell Microchip Business

Toshiba headquarters in Tokyo. The company will spin off its microchip division, which makes the information-storing “brains” inside millions of smartphones and other devices.
Toshiba, Desperate for Cash After Scandal, Will Sell Microchip Business

Toshiba, Desperate for Cash After Scandal, Will Sell Microchip Business

Toshiba headquarters in Tokyo. The company will spin off its microchip division, which makes the information-storing “brains” inside millions of smartphones and other devices.
Op-Ed Columnist: A Concerned Citizen’s Plea to America’s Business Leaders

Op-Ed Columnist: A Concerned Citizen’s Plea to America’s Business Leaders

Stephen Bannon, right, at a meeting with President Trump at the White House on Tuesday.

Could Nordstrom Sue Trump for His Angry Ivanka Tweet?

On Wednesday morning, President Donald Trump fired off a tweet attacking Nordstrom, saying that the department store has treated his eldest daughter, Ivanka, "so unfairly." The tweet came just days

Banking Industry Addresses Diversity, Adding Women to Boards

Women made up 26 percent of the directors in the banking industry last year, tied with the retail industry and better than the average in Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index.

The Trump Organization Says It's Vetting Deals for Conflicts—But Refuses to Say How

The week after Donald Trump's inauguration, as questions swirled about the ethics ramifications of his refusal to divest from his business holdings, the Trump Organization announced that it had