chief executive officer

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chief executive officer (CEO, C.E.O.)

the most senior official of an organization or institution.

chief executive

The lead accountable officer in a particular NHS (UK) organisation, often understood to be the principle at a hospital trust.
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Edward Kangas was Chairman and CEO of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu from 1989-2000 and Managing Partner of Deloitte & Touche USA from 1989-1994.
Scot Sellers, chairman and CEO, Archstone-Smith (NYSE: ASN), Englewood, Colo.
Bernard Aidinoff, 71, senior counsel at Sullivan & Cromwell; Eli Broad, 66, chairman and CEO of SunAmerica; Pei-Yuan Chia, 61, retired vice chairman of Citicorp and Citibank, N.
Cole, chairman and CEO, New Century Financial Corporation, (NYSE: NEW), Irvine, Calif.
former chairman & CEO of Procter & Gamble; Hershey's retired Chairman and CEO Kenneth Wolfe; Motion Picture Association Chairman and CEO Jack Valenti; Vanguard founder Jack Bogle; Home Depot founder Bernard Marcus; former Coca-Cola President Donald Keough; former PepsiCo CEO Roger Enrico; MCI founder, the late Bill McGowan; musician entrepreneur Quincy Jones; Viacom CEO Sumner Redstone; catalogue entrepreneur Lillian Vernon; Dunkin' Donuts founder, the late Bill Rosenberg; former J.
78, independent investor; Leonard Schutzman, 52, Chairman and CEO, Triad Capital Corp.
Flaherty, III, chairman and CEO, Health Care Property Investors, Inc.
Some people believe the chairman and CEO roles should be separate, while others argue for bestowing both titles on the company leader.
Carpenter, 52, chairman and CEO, General Signal; Franklyn G.
Worst of all is the chairman and CEO who reaches mandatory retirement age as CEO but hangs onto the chairmanship.
David Gomez, Chairman and CEO, David Gomez & Associates, Inc.

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