CEO


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CEO, C.E.O.

abbreviation for chief executive officer.

CEO

Abbreviation for:
Campaign to End Obesity
chick embryo origin
chief executive’s office (Medspeak-UK)
Chief Executive Officer, see there (Medspeak-UK)
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But to become CEO, you'll have to show you can hit home runs.
Two questions are often asked by CFOs who aspire to the CEO job and seek to avoid rising too far, too fast.
There were 328 returned and completed CEO questionnaires for a response rate of 13.
Phil Dunkelberger, CEO and President, PGP Corporation
I don't think there's a CEO who isn't passionate about this subject," he added.
The major challenge with the TELUS CEO mailbox analysis was the lack of a framework supporting management and analysis of audience-generated content.
The career track of a physician-CEO is typically assistant vice president of medical affairs, then VPMA, then COO of a hospital, then CEO," says Dolan.
As Mike Lawrie, former CEO of Siebel Systems, said, "If the CEO is insecure, unsure of what needs to be done, it [creating a COO role] can be a very volatile situation.
This is why a previous CEO or COO title gives an immediate edge.
Wolfert, Rick, CEO, GE Healthcare Financial Services, IL, (312) 441-7000 x7710
Although TEI has consistently supported efforts to enhance the disclosure of transactions justifying IRS scrutiny and supported IRS appropriations sufficient to adequately fund the IRS, the Institute believes the proposal to require a CEO to sign a corporate tax return is flawed.