A Chinese reality show will cast actors in Michael Bay's Transformers 4
On Saturday, the popular website Nutelladay.com and its social-media channels were to go dark, but Ferrero has withdrawn its cease-and-desist letter
The new IRS chief has experience navigating massive—and controversial—government efforts
Unless they're already well-known brands, most companies should assume their digital campaigns' performance will be around half the average
Helped by the Fed, it's very cheap to borrow money. This could end badly
3M launches giant, colorful sticky notes, called ‘Big Pads,’ for designers and creative professionals
After eight years of tinkering, Microsoft launches XBox One in hopes it will play a central role in American home entertainment
Darden Dean Robert Bruner tells MBA graduates they should stay with their first post-graduation employer long enough to make a difference
Seven tips for small businesses competing with corporate recruiters for the most talented grads
Founder, Mesa Power
Pickens is having the time of his life. His BP Capital, an energy trading firm, has made him a billionaire. He's invested in water rights, wind power, and natural gas. He wants to lessen America's dependency on oil. And his autobiography, The First Billion Is the Hardest, appears this fall. Hard to believe that 10 years ago, he had lost control of his oil company and was going through a nasty divorce.
Chairman, Cheung Kong Holdings
Li shows no signs of slowing down. Known for well-timed asset flipping, he has constructed a global empire of ports, telecoms, power generation, property, and retail. Worth more than $18 billion, Li is one of Asia's most prominent philanthropists and a benefactor of Shantou University in China. Li says he plans to donate one third of his fortune to charity.