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Chief Executive magazine (published since 1977) is the definitive source that CEOs turn to for insight and ideas that help increase their effectiveness and grow their business. Chief Executive Group also produces e-newsletters and online content at chiefexecutive.net and manages Chief Executive Network and other executive peer groups, as well as conferences and roundtables that enable top corporate officers to discuss key subjects and share their experiences within a community of peers. Chief Executive facilitates the annual “CEO of the Year,” a prestigious honor bestowed upon an outstanding corporate leader, nominated and selected by a group of peers, and is known throughout the U.S. and elsewhere for its annual ranking of Best & Worst States for Business. Visit www.chiefexecutive.net for more information.

5 Things Every CEO Must Do Now to Achieve Globalization 2.0

We have been riding the crest of a globalization wave over the last 10 years, Boston Consulting Group says. But now, the wave is over, and companies will have to work harder to reap the profitability globalization can offer.

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Credit Suisse’s Thiam Requests a Bonus Cut of Between 25% and 50%

Credit Suisse Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam has asked the bank's board to cut his 2015 bonus by between 25 percent and 50 percent, the Financial Times reported on Monday, after the bank posted a 2.94 billion Swiss franc ($2.96 billion) loss last year, Fox Business reports.

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5 Risks Associated with the Trans Pacific Partnership Deal

The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is designed to promote trade between 12 countries; Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States, and Vietnam. The TPP aims at trade liberalization in goods and services, including the reduction of over 18,000 specific tariffs. Of particular interest to the U.S. are the reduction of tariffs on agricultural products, lower barriers in services, and intellectual property (IP) protections. Despite the benefits of access to new markets and increased trade, there are still risks associated with the TPP.

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10 Predictions for Middle Market Oilfield Services Companies in 2016

Last year began with high hopes for a reset to the oilfield activity levels of mid-2014, which did not materialize. Market conditions appeared to stabilize in the middle of 2015 at an activity level to support an oil price of $60 per barrel, but that stability did not last long since 2015 concluded with oil below $40 per barrel, according to Haynes and Boone LLP, who published 10 oil industry predictions for 2016 for Lexology.

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Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley Cut Chiefs’ Pay

On the heels of Jamie Dimon increasing his own pay, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have both cut the pay packages of their chief executives after a year when Wall Street was challenged by increased regulation and market turmoil.

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Annual Physicals: The One CEO Perk that’s Not Fading Away

Since 2006 -- when the Securities and Exchange Commission began requiring companies to disclose more detail about executive compensation -- the perks of top managers have been under attack.

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Top 10 Greatest Causes of Leadership Derailment

Participants in Chief Executive's and GrowthPlay's Best Companies for Leaders survey were asked to give their top three causes of leadership derailment. Here is a summary of the top 10 causes reported overall.

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Daimler CEO Surprised by Apple’s Car Progress

Daimler CEO and chairman of the board Dieter Zetsche is returning home from a trip to Silicon Valley where he met directly with several companies, but without naming them specifically, according to 9to5Mac.com Though he didn’t disclose the companies he met with, Zetsche commented on the car industry effort of some Silicon Valley-based tech firms, namely Apple and Google.

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