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10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #7 PepsiCo

#7 PepsiCo   Indra Nooyi, CEO “For our associates to thrive, we must continue to provide a supportive and empowering [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #8 Cardinal Health

#8 Cardinal Health   George S. Barrett, CEO Cardinal Health starts leadership development early on, with their entry-level rotational program [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders 2012: #9 Caterpillar

#9 Caterpillar   Douglas R. Oberhelman, CEO Caterpillar emphasizes and supports its team through its Leadership and Technical Development Program [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Best Companies for Leaders January 18 2012

10 Best Companies for Leaders: How Focusing on Leadership Development Creates a Competitive Advantage

Our “Best Companies for Leaders” is a list of corporations who lead the pack when it comes to leadership development. They generate significant market share, make leadership development a high priority despite time and financial pressures, and their executives spend more personal time mentoring leaders.

ChiefExecutive.net Leadership & Strategy January 18 2012

10 Best States for Business

Here’s a look at the 10 Best States in which to do business in 2014.

ChiefExecutive.net Best & Worst States May 8 2014

10 Best States for Business 2012: Slideshow

Here’s a look at the best states in which to do business in 2012 and what CEOs had to say about them.

ChiefExecutive.net Best & Worst States May 2 2012

10 Best States for Business 2013: Slideshow

Here’s a look at the best states in which to do business in 2013 and what CEOs had to say about them.

ChiefExecutive.net Best & Worst States May 6 2013

10 Cases of How Competition in Health Care Lower Costs and Raise Quality Outcomes

This lack of competition for patients has a profound effect on the quality and cost of health care. Providers typically do not disclose prices prior to treatment because they do not compete for patients based on price. Payments are usually not made by patients themselves but by third parties — employers, insurance companies or government. But according to Devon M. Herrick, Ph.D., a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, in health care markets where providers do compete for patients, not only do prices come down, but outcomes improve.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Health/Benefits February 27 2013

10 CEOs Earn ‘Only’ $1 a Year

CEO.com assembled a list of 10 “big-time CEOs” who earn a base salary of just $1 a year. At a time when most CEOs are notorious for enormous pay packages (on average $10.5 million, according to Forbes), these 10 have opted for something less lofty. They do have one thing in common: all are entrepreneurial with all but one—Eddie Lampert—having founded a business. Yes, Virginia, founder-entrepreneurs do think differently than manager-CEOs.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter March 27 2013

10 Companies with the Biggest Cash Stockpiles in America

Writing in Seeking Alpha, investment analyst and newsletter author David Sterman identifies 10 companies that are sitting on significant cash piles. Stunned to find how much some companies were sitting on, he says in some instances, these companies have such a large amount of cash that it equals or surpasses what some countries produce in terms of annual economic activity (GDP).

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Corporate Finance October 4 2012

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