JP Donlon

JP Donlon is the Editor-in-Chief of Chief Executive magazine.


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Global Greenspin

Is the sky really falling? Over the last several years a remarkable amount of disturbing news has been advanced calling [...]

JP Donlon Conversations with the Editor March 14 2007

Global & Mobile

London-based Cable & Wireless’s Dick Brown wants to lead the telecom world in integrated communications. Not bad for a Midwesterner who had never been to the U.K. before taking the CEO job.

JP Donlon March 1 1998

Georgia is the 10th Best State for Business 2014

Since the 2013 ranking, the legislature passed significant worker’s comp reform that cut business costs, and CEOs were pleased.

JP Donlon Best & Worst States , Best & Worst States for Business 2014 May 8 2014

Georgia is the 10th Best State for Business 2013

Previous State: Nevada Next State: Louisiana No. 10Georgia Taxations & Regulations Workforce Quality Living Environment Based on CEO Survey by [...]

JP Donlon Best & Worst States May 6 2013

Genes R Us

If The 20th century was the age of subatomic physics, the 21st century will belong to moleculare bioscience. CEO William Haseltine reckons his company,Human genome Sciences, is at the vangaurd of new genetic technologies, which will usher in bioscience’s next wave – regenrative medicine, It’s a wave he hopes will turn his seven year old startup into the next – hold onto your petri dish – Merck of Pfizer

JP Donlon June 1 1999

GE’s Jeff Immelt Says U.S. Companies Have the Capability to Compete Globally

When Jeff Immelt took control of GE as CEO in 2001, 70 percent of the company’s business was domestic. Today 65 percent is derived from outside the U.S. As a result, Immelt is pushing for American companies to become more competitive in world markets— something he believes whole-heartedly can be done. Here’s what the GE CEO had to say about interational operations and the effort to get more U.S. companies in the game.

JP Donlon Global Business , Leadership & Strategy , Outsourcing May 10 2012

GE CEO Jeff Immelt on the Future of GE-and of American Manufacturing

Not long ago, materials were cheap and labor was expensive. Today, the reverse is true, which is why it makes sense to re-shore production in many sectors. But more importantly, the product is increasingly part of the process, driving more companies to embed their know-how and innovativeness with the product itself, says GE CEO Jeff Immelt. That and the prospect of cheaper energy due to the fracking revolution will boost manufacturing in America.

JP Donlon CEO Briefing Newsletter , CEO2CEO Summit , Leadership & Strategy , Manufacturing , Operations March 10 2014

FORUM It’s Euro Move

Sit Geoffrey Howe, U.K. deputy prime minister, addressed American and European CEOs participating in Chief Executive ‘s Beyond 1992 roundtable [...]

JP Donlon April 1 1990

Florida is the 2nd Best State for Business 2014

“We’ve learned from Texas how to tell our story better and it helps that we’ve cut taxes 25 times, by about $400 million,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott told Chief Executive magazine. “When companies like Hertz, Amazon, Deutsche Bank and Verizon add jobs here, it causes more people to look at us. Business is comfortable that we’ll keep the tax base low and improve our workforce.”

JP Donlon Best & Worst States , Best & Worst States for Business 2014 May 8 2014

Florida is the 2nd Best State for Business 2013

Previous State: Texas Next State: North Carolina No. 2 Florida Taxations & Regulations Workforce Quality Living Environment Based on CEO [...]

JP Donlon Best & Worst States May 6 2013

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