Male CEO Chooses His Family Over His Job

In a blog post on his personal site Tuesday, Max Schireson, the CEO of the software company MongoDB, announced that he was leaving his position because he couldn't continue to properly run the company in New York and support his family in California. » 8/06/14 10:30am 8/06/14 10:30am

Wet Seal's Attempt to Be a Better Version of Itself Isn't Paying Off

Has Wet Seal, the store you likely shopped at in middle school and then forgot about, become a secretly legit company? Or is it just another clothing monstrosity with a mixed history? » 12/12/13 1:50pm 12/12/13 1:50pm

Female COO Thinks More Girls Aspire to Be Like Her Thanks to Sandberg

Leslie Bradshaw, chief operating officer at Guide, a text-to-video startup, believes more young women think it's possible to be a CEO or COO these days because of the [Sheryl] "Sandberg Effect." » 8/09/13 5:50pm 8/09/13 5:50pm

Marissa Mayer Can Buy 100 Million Things From the Dollar Store Thanks…

Marissa Mayer, who this week was announced as the new CEO of the Christian Slater of internet companies, is soon going to become one of those ridiculously blinged-out corporate executives that people complain about all the time. According to the Wall Street Journal, Mayer's contract is worth as much as $100 million in… » 7/20/12 10:25am 7/20/12 10:25am

Racist Wisconsin Fraternity Can't Handle its Booze

Stop the presses: college kids acting like assholes! This time, it's brothers at the Delta Upsilon fraternity at the University of Wisconsin, who, mere weeks after having alcohol-related probation lifted, allegedly drunkenly shouted racial epithets and threw a beer bottle at two black female students. The fraternity's… » 3/23/12 6:00pm 3/23/12 6:00pm