chief executive


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

chief executive

The lead accountable officer in a particular NHS (UK) organisation, often understood to be the principle at a hospital trust.
References in periodicals archive ?
Nunzio Del Greco, RCE, Chief Executive Officer, Christina Taylor, Laujel Realty Corp.
Paul Klaassen: Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, Sunrise Senior Living, McLean, Va.
Larry Hawkins, president and chief executive officer, Unity National Bank, Houston, Texas
Your comments and theirs have made the new Chief Executive something we're eager to share--now and in the future.
Above all, Nader has convincingly demonstrated that even a non-ally of business can write an incredibly detailed and thoughtful book about chief executive officers.
Ratcliffe, chairman, president, and chief executive officer, Southern Company, Atlanta, Georgia, renamed chairman.
Iordanou was a senior executive vice president at Zurich Financial and formerly chief executive officer of Zurich North America.
Staro, NYSAR Chief Executive Officer; Sandra Erickson, Sandra Erickson Real Estate; and Ellen Feld, Susan E.
Richard (Rick) Roscitt, 49, was named chairman and chief executive of Minneapolis-based ADC Telecommunications, a $3.
has been named chief executive of insurance operations, which includes the Lloyd's operations.
I am delighted to have such outstanding individuals joining our board," said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Don Knauss.
President and Chief Executive Officer, Partners HealthCare System, Inc.

Full browser ?