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Companies and their CEOs are encountering job seekers who are looking for best corporate citizenship. A blog by Bob Langert, vice president for CSR at McDonald's tracks the trend  

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Former Chrysler chief Lee Iacocca, who wrote "Where have all the leaders gone?" in April, seems to have found one, finally. Chiefexecutive.net explores his blog

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Pitney Bowes Executive Chairman Mike Critelli has a strategy on reducing carbon emissions from vehicles through his blog Open Mike. Chiefexecutive.net felt it deserves the attention of readers

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Yahoo!’s yin and yang The world’s second biggest search engine company Yahoo! Inc. may have ridden over its yin and discovered its yang as it announced, last Tuesday, that its third quarter revenue grew to at $1.8 billion, a 12 percent rise from the same period last year, beating Wall Street’s lower expectations. Its net profit slid to $151 million from ...

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Fake Fortune 500 CEO blogs, and the real ones! The fear of an unhealthy explosion of blog havens notwithstanding, debates and discussions over whether CEOs should blog are on both within the mainstream media and the blogosphere. Irrespective of the brouhaha, some “real” CEOs are using them to speak for the companies they head as well as for themselves. Away from ...

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Skype and all that hype! A press release on October 1 said that Morten Lund, founding investor of “global technology giant” Skype (bought by dotcom auction giant eBay for $2.6 billion in 2005) and recent investor in United Mobile, and the company’s CEO Sven Donhuysen will embark on a risky yet adventurous flight around the world in a single engine Pilatus ...

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Coinciding moments of turbulence! Former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan’s book The Age of Turbulence topped the Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com online best-seller charts last week. The encouraging sale of the book coincided with a turbulent week for the markets that, according to the must-read blog Market Insider by CNBC’s Patti Domm “are trying to find the right pitch after ...

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