With Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. poised to report its slowest quarterly sales growth since 2005, Chief Executive Officer Lawrence J. Blanford faces pressure to prove the company is a sustainable business.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook will receive compensation for 2011 worth $378 million, one of the biggest pay packages on record, boosted by restricted stock awards that he’ll receive over the coming decade.
A thriving, sex-and-gossip newspaper has been shuttered, big shots in media, politics and law enforcement have resigned, and arrests have been made. It has resulted in a lot of headlines, but considering how old the real news is, I wonder what all the fuss is about.
Google Inc., the world’s largest Internet-search company, plans a new stock structure that gives management more leeway in issuing shares, while letting it keep control over the direction of the business.
As if America’s hedge-fund elite didn’t have enough crises to worry about -- riots in Spain, the fiscal cliff, Lindsay Lohan’s hotel brawl -- the parade of underlings copping pleas to insider-trading crimes just keeps growing. Every week it seems another one flips, promising to turn state’s evidence.