JP Donlon

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

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Who’s The Best?

Clemenceau once awarded the Legion of Honor to a business magnate whose only claim was his large contribution to the [...]

JP Donlon December 1 1996

Who’s Money Is It, Anyway?

Political scientist James Q. Wilson, a professor of public policy at Pepperdine University in California, recently spoke to the Manhattan [...]

JP Donlon October 1 1999

Who’s Afraid Of Free Trade?

Both this issue’s cover story on Gillette and our feature on the delicate future of U.S. trade relations with Japan [...]

JP Donlon March 1 1996

Who Should Fear Change Most?

I’m often asked whether CEOs, particularly those of traditional companies folks that actually make or sell stuff-are fearful of the [...]

JP Donlon April 1 2000

Who Has The Best Board…And The Worst?

Over the years, we’ve heard countless comments from CEOs and directors on the qualities and capabilities-or lack thereof-of corporate boards. [...]

JP Donlon October 1 1993

Who “Owns” the Customer?

No one. The Internet has seen to that, but that isn’t stopping financial services from tinkering with new business models. What’s at stake? $2.7 trillion in assets.

JP Donlon September 1 1999

Whatever Happened To Company Loyalty?

A gate sign on a Pennsylvania steel mill early in the century read: “Firings will continue until morale improves.”One might [...]

JP Donlon March 1 1989

What, No Transparency?

Transparency. It’s la mode juste; the new black. Everyone believes in it or is obliged to say they do. In [...]

JP Donlon Editor's Note December 11 2008

What’s Your Reputation Worth?

Probably more than you suppose. With so much at risk, he care and feeding of corporate reputation, as distinct from brand image, is becoming a high priority for CEOs. In the following roundtable discussion CEOs examine how best to build and maintain reputational “equity:’

JP Donlon July 1 1998

What’s Ahead for U.S.-Mexico Relations

Claudio Gonzalez, 72, is one of the few remaining members of a vanishing breed of senior business figures that have won both deep respect at home and a strong international reputation abroad. He served as the CEO of Kimberly-Clark de Mexico from 1973-2008. Here’s what Gonzalez has to say about the future for U.S.-Mexico relations.

JP Donlon CEO Interviews , Global Business , North America February 21 2012

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