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Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan said the company could need several more months to resolve customer damage tied to its massive sales practices scandal, such as figuring out if people had trouble getting approved for other loans because of the fake accounts bank employees opened.
 
Riding the wave of consumption-led growth
Jebsen Group-a conglomerate with a rich business portfolio ranging from beer to car components-believes the Chinese government's initiatives in boosting the consumption-led and services-led economy...
 
Get focus right to achieve a grand vision
Michael Kaschke has a relentless focus, vision and passion for his company. Which is understandable, given that he is president and CEO of Carl Zeiss AG, one of world's biggest optical and optoelectronic solutions suppliers.
 
Keeping pace with dazzling rate of change
Disrupted by the wave of digital transformation coursing through industry, gone are the days when public relations professionals could solely focus on helping a client navigate a steady course within a predictable set of known business challenges.
 
UBS chief sees brighter prospects for 2017
When it comes to risk assessments, Axel Weber, chairman of UBS Group AG, is among the few who have been able to see things from both a regulatory and business perspective.
 
Creating a household name on sweet note
Cem Karakas may be running the world's newest snack conglomerate, Pladis Group-established less than one year ago last April-but his ambitions to grow the company's market share in China are as big and mature as any of the veteran players in the country.
 
Co-working sows love across spaces
"Do What You Love" is Adam Neumann's catchphrase and no-one who has visited a location of WeWork-the world's biggest co-working space operator ...
 
Managing brands with a license to thrill
When he first came to Hong Kong to play tennis as a teenager in the late 1970s, Bruce Rockowitz didn't become a professional tennis player as he originally planned. Instead, he met Allen Zeman ...
 
Stealing spotlight with best sports cars
Luxury sports car brand McLaren has gone a long way from selling its first car in China four years ago to now generating a major chunk of its global sales from the country, riding on the keen interest in the marque shown by China's rapidly growing wealthy consumers.
 
Churning out milk from grass to the glass
For Roelof Joosten, a love of life and milk led him to work in a dairy company. When he landed the job as the CEO of Dutch dairy producer Royal FrieslandCampina, one of the world's five largest dairy companies, he refreshed its strategies and changed it to be a more purpose-driven company.
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