Rice, the company’s former vice chairman who retired in 2017, will return as chairman of GE Gas Power to guide the division’s overall strategy.
The auto titan has been arrested over ‘significant’ financial misconduct.
The businessman gave $1.8 billion to support the financial aid program at John’s Hopkins University.
Duck Commander CEO Willie Robertson on the entrepreneurial spirit in America and the state of the U.S. economy under President Trump.
Last month, Cook called on the U.S. to enhance federal privacy protections, slamming any company that would oppose doing so.
Pollster Lee Carter, WSJ Assistant Editorial Page Editor James Freeman and FBN's Susan Li on Apple CEO Tim Cook's comments on regulation.
FBN's Susan Li on reports Nissan Motor Chairman Carlos Ghosn was arrested for allegedly under-reporting his salary.
Ghosn is reportedly being questioned by Tokyo prosecutors.
Cook argued that tech companies should embrace the coming regulations.
The 76-year-old, who co-founded financial information Bloomberg LP in 1981 and has a net worth of $46.3 billion according to Forbes, has given more than $6 billion to philanthropic causes before the donation to the Baltimore university.
Carla Harris is considered to be one of the most influential people on Wall Street.
Thanks to Facebook controversies, Zuckerberg’s net worth fell by $17B this year
Entrepreneurs discuss how they benefited from Morgan Stanley’s multicultural innovation lab. Morgan Stanley Vice Chair Carla Harris discusses what she found most interesting about the entrepreneurs’ pitches.
Morgan Stanley Vice Chair Carla Harris gives career advice to younger generations.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg discusses the U.S.-China trade dispute and the company's growth opportunities in China.
“Bulls & Bears” panel on how Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to defend the company during a conference call with reporters.