Jul. 28, 2018
The following story will move Sunday as this week's Monday Spotlight, a feature showcasing the best off-the-news enterprise in the AP report:
MILAN — Fiat Chrysler's late founding CEO Sergio Marchionne kept a secret even from his board: He'd been seriously ill for more than a year. That revelation has rekindled a debate over what top executives should share of their personal life with their companies and shareholders. Most experts believe CEOs have a right to privacy, especially where health is concerned. But some say that coming forward would help break taboos on workplace illness even for their direct reports and more distant workforce. By Colleen Barry. UPCOMING: 1,100 words by 9 a.m., photos.