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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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Based on what we know about financial statement frauds, there are at least four people in a company whom you need to question thoroughly: the CEO, the CFO and their assistants.
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Here's a simple yet immensely powerful truth - the CEO's single most important job is to provide leadership, and CEOs don't lead companies, they lead people.
Law enforcement agencies making the transition to community-oriented policing need tried-and-true methods for overcoming such hurdles before they weaken their esprit de corps and simultaneously undercut the chief executive officer's (CEO) managerial effectiveness.