JP Donlon

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


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A Wake Up Call For Europe

Amidst general Europhoria over monetary union, an intergenerational schism over Europe’s social and political direction is erupting.

JP Donlon April 1 1999

A Wired World

A Doonesbury cartoon of the early 1980s got it right. Mike Doonesbury asks a store manager, “Excuse me, sir. Do [...]

JP Donlon April 1 1997

A Work In Progress

No longer just an oil and gas company, Tenneco has been radically transformed. And CEO Dana Mead says he isn’t finished yet.

JP Donlon January 1 1996
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AEP Chairman & CEO Mike Morris: Future Power

AEP’s Michael Morris says that like it or not fossil fuels will remain our principal source of energy for much [...]

JP Donlon CEO Interviews September 10 2007

After the Euro…Now What?

Within weeks, the euro will have arrived. But will the true single market ever become reality?

JP Donlon December 1 1998

Agenda For The Future

In a world of constant, fast, and large-scale change, how can CEOs be effective leaders? At our 3rd annual gathering at JFK’s “Winter White House,” CE assembled leading business, education, and political thinkers and asked them to come up with a road map for managing complex change.

JP Donlon February 1 2001

AIG CEO Martin Sullivan: Act II: Finding a New Balance

Martin Sullivan got the CEO seat at AIG due to its regulatory crisis. But can he take the financial giant to the next level?

JP Donlon CEO Interviews August 14 2006

Alabama is the 16th Best State for Business 2013

Previous State: North Dakota Next State: Wisconsin No. 16Alabama Taxations & Regulations Workforce Quality Living Environment Based on CEO Survey [...]

JP Donlon Best & Worst States May 6 2013

Alabama Is the 17th Best State for Business 2014

Alabama’s GDP growth was up 1.2% in 2012 vs. 2011, while its unemployment and tax rates were both less than the national average. The Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Alabama is predicting a 2.4% output growth rate for 2014, which would, in turn, generate 25,000 jobs.

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

Alaska is the 32nd Best State for Business 2014

Alaska is considered a “best state” for startups. Since Alaska has no individual income or state-level sales taxes, more entrepreneurs are burning the long, midnight oil in the land of the midnight sun. That qualified it for the No. 4 spot in the Tax Foundation’s latest State Business Tax Climate Index. Last year, the state cut taxes for small businesses earning $222,000 or less, and oil-tax simplification will give Alaska a great economic advantage. The state tied for No. 4 in the three-year Kaufmann Index.

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

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