Another surreal moment in White House history played out as rapper Kanye West, sporting his favourite MAGA hat, regaled the US President with an excitable and wide-ranging monologue.
A report in Financial Times citing two insiders said that Murdoch, currently a non-executive director at Tesla, is likely to step into the vacant Chair position.
Citing the impact of President Trump's tariffs, the ailing automaker is set to make cuts to its global workforce of more than 200,000.
On an unseasonably moody Sydney afternoon, the National Basketball League (NBL) launched the 2018/19 season at Luna Park with former NBA #1 draft pick Andrew Bogut the star attraction.
Having waged a public and ultimately successful campaign for Amazon to raise its minimum wage to US$15 an hour, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has turned his attention to another giant corporation, McDonald's.
California, home of Hollywood, surf beaches, endless sunshine and corporate gender equality? That may soon be the case after Senate Bill 826, which requires publicly held companies based in the state to have at least woman on their boards of directors by the end of 2019, has become law.
The high profile Tesla CEO is in the regulator's crosshairs after a series of tweets saying he was taking the company private.
After being accused of interfering in the public broadcaster's editorial independence, Chairman Justin Milne has stepped down from his role.
Head of WNBL Sally Phillips talks women’s sport, resilience for executives and inspiring young ballers
After two decades of involvement in Australian basketball, Sally Phillips became head of the WNBL in 2016.
Bloomberg has reported that Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger left the company due to the growing influence of Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of its parent company, Facebook.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Chairman Justin Milne has announced that the Board of Directors has decided to part ways with Managing Director Michelle Guthrie.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has named the Japanese billionaire as the first private citizen to take a recreational space flight.
Coca-Cola has responded to widespread speculation it is interested in producing CBD (cannabidiol)-infused beverages, writing that it is "closely monitoring" the fast-growing market segment.
The new round of tariffs will come into place on 24 September and will apply to almost 6,000 items, including textiles, handbags, suitcases, wool, toilet paper and rice.
The Tesla CEO is being sued by Vernon Unsworth after making unsubstantiated claims on Twitter and in emails to BuzzFeed News.
The Salesforce co-CEO will become the latest tech titan to get into the media ownership game and is promising a hands-off approach to running the legendary magazine.
The UK's torturous negotiations over the shape and form of Brexit have taken another turn with the Governor of the nation's central bank warning of financial chaos in the event of a no deal Brexit.
The world's wealthiest man will put the funds into an organisation called Bezos Day One Fund, which will help fight homelessness and establish pre-schools for low-income communities.
Almost a decade from the day when Lehman Brothers collapsed during the tumult of the GFC, the former UK Prime Minister has warned major problems within the financial sector that led to the crisis have still not been remedied.
Apple has launched a new suite of products for 2018 with arguably the most innovative being the Apple Watch Series 4, which is now approved as a medical device by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
A new opinion piece by Bert Spector, Associate Professor of International Business and Strategy at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University, says Trump would be hearing the words "You're Fired!" if his administration was a public company.
The Executive Chairman of the giant e-commerce retailer will step down on 10 September 2019 and will focus on philanthropy.
CBS had already been investigating allegations of sexual assault which appeared in The New Yorker in July. On 8 September, the same publication reported on new allegations from six women, prompting Moonves' exit.
The e-commerce giant briefly became the second publicly traded company after Apple to hit the magic US$1 trillion milestone.
Michel Barnier, the EU's Chief Brexit Negotiator, has given his strongest indication yet that the EU will oppose May's Chequers agreement. Meanwhile, May has written an op-ed saying she will not budge on the contentious compromise deal struck at Chequers.
After the thriving online survey company goes public, the Facebook COO and influential author will give away her 9.9% stake in the company to the Sheryl Sandberg and David Goldberg Family Foundation.
The retail giant has written a blog post in response to the Vermont Senator's criticisms of its working conditions.
The study, by Melbourne University's Centre for Corporate Governance and Regulation, found only 24% of Australian CEOs had comparable remuneration to their international peers.
The incumbent Liberal Prime Minister has survived a leadership spill against challenger Peter Dutton, winning 48-35, though history suggests it may only be a short-term reprieve.
New figures from the US treasury shows government debt is up 21% from this time last year as concerns grow over levels of projected spending.
The European nation has successfully completed a three-year bailout program but officials have warned the country is still very much in a rebuilding phase.
Last week, the iconoclast CEO raised eyebrows when he announced plans to take the electric car manufacturer private over Twitter. Now Tesla board members are reportedly concerned about his loose lips on social media.
One of the most prominent women CEOs in the world, Nooyi will step down from her post on 3 October.
Political opponents, celebrities and even Melania Trump have joined a chorus of condemnation after Donald Trump described the basketball superstar and philanthropist as dumb on Twitter.
Facebook has written a blog saying it has identified and removed 32 fake accounts and pages designed to influence the mid-term US elections in November.
The tourism giant will no longer sell holiday packages to animal parks that keep killer whales, including Seaworld, Florida and Loro Parque, Tenerife.
The publisher of the paper, A.G Suzlberger, has released a statement on a meeting he had with Trump. The newspaper warned the President his inflammatory language will lead to violence against journalists.
The social media giant has suffered the biggest single-day loss in the history of the Nasdaq Stock Exchange.
IBISWorld Senior Industry Analyst Andrew Ledovskikh has told The CEO Magazine that Nine is likely to protect the prestige of the Fairfax brand in today's blockbuster media merger.
Following The New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman's criticisms of the platform, Dorsey has penned a response conceding the culture of Twitter needs change for it to remain a viable place for debate.
Nothing could stop Walter Carr being late for his first day at a new job. When his car broke down and a lift fell through, he simply walked the whole way there.
The company is not seeking any financial damages but is seeking to have the matter settled in the Federal court system in a move described as "reprehensible" by the victims' legal representatives.
The CEO Magazine's CEO of the Year 2017 has called time on a hugely successful stint at SBS, one of Australia's public broadcasters.
Theresa May's government continues to be divided over Brexit, with one conservative MP penning an opinion piece stating the country should return to the polls on the issue.
The US President has taken aim at the EU, Russia and China in an interview with CBS.
In an explosive interview with The Sun newspaper, Trump said that May's proposed Brexit model would likely kill any trade deal between the two countries.
The Tesla CEO and futurist made the pledge in a Twitter exchange on 11 July.
A new study from Pew Research Center has found the 44th US President is considered the best national leader of their lifetime by 31% of respondents.
At a Brussels meeting of NATO member nations, US President Donald Trump told the Europeans nations they should double their military spending to 4% of GDP.
Dr. Atul Gawande, a surgeon, author and public health advocate, has formally stepped into his new role leading ABC, a new venture which aims to reinvent the US healthcare system.
The billionaire businessman and investor has stepped aside from the board of Consolidated Press Holdings (CPH) to address mental health concerns.
Davis quit after deciding he could not abide by the most recent Brexit framework May's government agreed to on 6 July. His resignation will force a government reshuffle and is a serious blow to pro-Brexit factions.
The new store will again offer Amazon account holders a 'grab and go' shopping experience.
The Trump administration has rescinded guidance which encouraged colleges and schools to consider race in their decision-making processes around enrolment.
Thanks to an SEC ruling, US companies are now required to list the pay ratio between its CEO and its median salary. The results make for interesting reading.
Justice Anthony Kennedy has announced he will leave his post, giving Trump the opportunity to replace a moderate judge with a conservative.
The company has rebounded under CEO Dara Khosrowshahi and convinced the court it has changed its ways.
The study conducted by Harvard Business Review monitored how CEOs spend their time
The Tesla co-founder answered a question on Twitter by saying “universal income will be necessary over time if AI takes over most human jobs”
The New York Attorney General has taken the action against the Trump Foundation, seeking to dissolve the charity and claim US$2.8 million in restitution.
As the World Cup prepares for kick-off, the Virgin founder has written of his hope the tournament can be an “opportunity for the world to put differences aside and join hands as one.”
The long-anticipated meeting between the US and North Korean leaders has finally gone ahead.
It’s the strangest story in sports: the President of an NBA team and his alleged secret Twitter accounts.
The leaders of the world’s seven largest advanced economies will meet in Canada but there is already talk of a six-country agreement with Trump the odd one out.
The exhibition will be held at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington D.C.
After 17 years in the high-profile post, Sutherland has given 12 months’ notice.
Embattled Tesla co-founder Elon Musk has retained his position as chairman after an investor attempted to oust him.
The Executive Chairman of Starbucks will leave his current role on 26 June.
US President Donald Trump may have the power to pardon himself of any wrongdoing related to Russian collusion in the US election, says his lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
A long-time rugby union chief will have the job of rebuilding New Zealand Rugby League's culture in the wake of player defections, cocaine scandals and poor performances.
With his larrikin persona and classically beautiful serve-and-volley game, Pat Cash was one of Australia’s favourite sportsmen.
The Chinese-Australian property billionaire has made huge strides in the past 12 months, as Frank Lowy drops down to fifth ahead of Unibail-Rodamco's takeover of Westfield.
To most kids in Melbourne, AFL stars are already their superheroes, but this will have added meaning when Etihad Stadium is re-branded in September.
With Serena Williams' seeding snub at this year's French Open, players have called on the governing body to introduce special dispensation for those returning from maternity leave.
The CEOs of Campbell Soup Company and Nintendo were also on the coveted list headed by Pichai.
After repeated warnings to address unacceptable pollution levels, six countries must now answer to the European Court of Justice.
Despite overseeing the torture of terror suspects at a black site in the early 2000s, Gina Haspel has today been confirmed as the first female head of the CIA.
Mark Zuckerberg has been called out for agreeing to give evidence to the European Parliament despite repeated calls to front British MPs.
James Murdoch will reportedly hand over the reins of 21st Century Fox to brother Lachlan after the proposed deal with Walt Disney is finalised.
The Titomic Kinetic Fusion printer has the capacity to change the way products are manufactured in the fields of aviation and space, according to the Melbourne-based company.
Executives of Asia-Pacific companies prefer to hold their meetings at Sydney hotels, Cvent's top 10 list has revealed.
American states will now be able to legalise sports betting, ending Nevada's long-time monopoly on the lucrative market.
The billionaire businessman was found to have cheated investors and embezzled huge sums as head of his insurance conglomerate.
The government aims to save A$2 billion by tightening its R&D Tax Incentive scheme.
Internationally recognised photographer Spencer Tunick, whose niche is large naked crowds, has turned his attention to Melbourne after last snapping Australians in all their glory on the steps of the Sydney Opera House in 2010.
It has been described as the biggest scandal in the history of Australian horse racing, with well-known industry figures found guilty of doping-related offences.
Snapchat has received a timely boost with respected Amazon executive Tim Stone agreeing to come on board.
Three board members face being ousted at Thursday's annual general meeting, and Murray has implored investors to not let emotion dictate their decision-making.
He’s a Pulitzer Prize winning film critic. She’s a New York Times technology reporter. Together, they’re Still Processing, 2018’s most essential podcast.
It sent shockwaves through the football world but Ferguson is reportedly recovering well from his emergency surgery.
Volkswagen's former CEO is squarely in the sights of the US Justice Department and German prosecutors, after being indicted on charges of conspiracy and wire fraud.
The data analytics firm at the centre of Facebook's privacy scandal claims the opprobrium levelled at it by the media led to its bankruptcy.
It’s been an eventful time at the NBL lately, with the Australian league welcoming home Andrew Bogut, its most high-profile signing to date, and presiding over record crowd numbers.
Former Test opener Justin Langer believes he can restore the Australian cricket team's battered reputation in the wake of the Test side's ball tampering in South Africa.
The CEO of a major British supermarket chain has been forced into an embarrassing apology after he was caught in an "unguarded moment".
Tinder's stock took a hit when Mark Zuckerberg declared he wanted to help Facebook's 200 million 'single' members find love, and this has led to some brutal responses from the owners of the popular dating app.
Australia's most senior Catholic, and the third ranked figure in the Vatican behind Pope Francis, has been committed to stand trial on historical sexual offence charges.
T-Mobile US Inc expects its $26 billion (all stock) acquisition of Sprint Corp to be approved by no later than the first half of 2019, despite the merger being rejected by antitrust officials in Washington four years ago.