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No License, No Lemonade: How Over-Regulation is Squeezing the Life from the U.S. Economy

Regulation in the United States, always a nuisance, has reached staggering proportions. Bethesda, MD forbids children’s lemonade stands without trading licenses. Governmental reimbursement forms for hospitals have three codes for injuries from burning water skis and nine codes for injuries caused by parrots. Funny? Sure, but there’s no doubt that the U.S. is overburdened with regulations, and since complexity is expensive, these regulations could cripple our economic recovery.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 22 2012

7 Ways to Bring Your Board into the 21st Century Social Marketplace

Chances are that you’re using new technologies (like social media, mobility and the cloud) in your business. Whether you use [...]

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 22 2012

CEO Job Openings February 23, 2012

Looking for a new chief executive position? This week, Chief Executive brings you 8 CEO listings across industries and across the country. Among this week’s industries are chemicals and plastics manufacturing, energy, staffing & recruiting and hospital administration.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 22 2012

6 Ways Taxes Will Increase for CEOs

President Obama’s recently-released budget for 2013 relies heavily on tax increases, many of which will directly affect CEOs. Employers will be paying an additional $147 billion in taxes and will be required to pay taxes in their foreign markets as well as at home. Why would an American company bring back money to invest in our own country when it’s much less expensive to do so overseas?

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 17 2012

Only 11% of CEO Time Spent Alone on Work

According to a study by LSE and HBS, CEOs on average spend one-third of their work week in meetings and just under 11% (six hours) working by themselves on projects. While 18 hours is a significant portion of time to be spent in meetings, the study doesn’t differentiate between types of meetings. So what exactly is this survey saying?

JP Donlon CEO Briefing Newsletter February 16 2012

CEO Job Openings: Industrial Distribution, Financial Services and Nonprofits

Looking for a new chief executive position? This week, Chief Executive brings you 8 CEO listings across industries and across [...]

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 15 2012

Economic Dashboard February 16, 2012

Economic Dashboard January 26, 2012 Pulse Item Latest Date Latest Data Preceding Period Change Industrial Production Index Dec-2011 95.3 (p) [...]

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 15 2012

Economic Dashboard February 9, 2012

Economic Dashboard January 26, 2012 Pulse Item Latest Date Latest Data Preceding Period Change Industrial Production Index Dec-2011 95.3 (p) [...]

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 9 2012

CEO Job Openings February 9: Oil, Banking and Army/Air Force Exchange

Oil Refining/Petroleum/Drilling CEO – OK UNISON Bank President/CEO – ND Army/Air Force Exchange Service CEO/Director – TX Industrial Fabrics Association [...]

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 8 2012

Branson, Buffet and Jobs: Lessons from 11 Billionaires

There’s no one better to get business advice from than a billionaire like Warren Buffett, Richard Branson, Steve Jobs, Ted [...]

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter February 8 2012

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