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J.P. Donlon
J.P. Donlon is Editor Emeritus of Chief Executive magazine.

Why Chief Executive’s Judges Chose Jim McNerney as 2015 CEO of the Year

The judges of the 2015 CEO of the Year were Disney CEO Bob Iger, Frontier Executive Chair Maggie Wilderotter, Dan Glaser, President and CEO of Marsh and McLennan, Tamara Lundgren, President and CEO of Schnitzer Steel, Tom Quinlan, President and CEO of RR Donnelly, Christine Jacobs, former CEO of Theragenics, Robert Nardelli, CEO of XLR-8, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, President and CEO of the Leadership Institute at the Yale School of Management, Fred Hassan, Chairman of Zx Pharma and Partner and Managing Director, Healthcare, at Warburg Pincus, and Mark Weinberger, Chairmand and CEO, EY.

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CEO Red Alert: Millennials Prefer Socialism to Capitalism

If the victory of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire’s primary election showed anything, it revealed that 83% of voters aged 18-29 voted for the 74-year old democratic socialist. These voters represented one-fifth of the electorate. The only age segment Hillary Clinton won were people 65 and older.

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THORNS AND ROSES: Infrastructure Inefficiencies and Sunset Provisions

THORNS: Infrastructure Inefficiencies Delays in approving infrastructure projects cost the nation more than twice what it would cost to actually fix the infrastructure, according to a new report released by Common Good, a nonpartisan government reform coalition. Approvals can take a decade or longer, and a six-year delay in starting construction on public projects costs over $3.7 trillion, including the costs of prolonged inefficiencies and ...

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