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

CEOs Favor Pro-Growth, Low-Tax States

In our 11th annual survey of CEOs, Texas and Florida still dominate as the top two states for business, while California and New York continue to hold onto their traditional death grip as the worst and second worst states respectively.

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Jack and Suzy Welch Take Manhattan

DailyMail.com Answers To Correspondents With Jack & Suzy Welch

Jack and Suzy Welch, the original power couple,  were in New York recently appearing on the Today show in the morning and CNN and CNBC in the afternoon promoting their new book, “The Real Life MBA: Your no-BS Guide to Winning the Game, Building a Team, and Growing Your Career.” 

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CEO POV: Has Marissa Mayer Saved Yahoo?

“There is no one in the world like Marissa Mayer,” writes Nicholas Carlson in his book, Marissa Mayer and the Fight to Save Yahoo. In covering Yahoo for Business Insider, Carlson discovered that the demand for stories on this Wisconsin-born former Google executive, who once aspired to be a schoolteacher, was almost insatiable. He admits that he was equally fascinated by her, so he wrote a book about her and the predicament she faces in reviving one of the Internet’s earliest start-ups. In this Q&A with Carlson, JP Donlon walks through the findings in his book and Carlson's opinions of what is going right and what's going wrong at Yahoo.

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Andrew Liveris’s Winning Formula

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Dow Chemical’s CEO has a message for fellow U.S. manufacturers: Rethink your role in the evolving global supply chains and partner with others in training and developing the workforce you will need for the future.

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On Character: A Look at Those With vs. Those Without

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In his recently published book, Character: The Ultimate Success Factor, Jack Phillip London, the former CEO of CACI International, a $3.8 billion technology and professional services company, argues that there is really one thing that guarantees success: character.

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