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5 Qualities That Make Indian CEOs Successful

Some of the most well-known CEOs in business today are from India.  Vikram Pandit and Indra Nooyi are just a [...] CEO Briefing Newsletter November 17 2011

CEO Confidence Index: Data Over Time CEO Briefing Newsletter November 17 2011

Worst Boards of the 21st Century: Who Made the Cut?

Amid the economic turmoil of the 21st century, many companies have suffered.  Some observers place blame with their boards of [...] CEO Briefing Newsletter November 10 2011

CEOs Gather in Palo Alto: It’s Really About Ubiquitous Computing

Last week, CEOs gathered at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business to talk about how computing and communication are combining to become more personal—and how business should adapt. Editor-in-Chief JP Donlon recaps the event, and shares key takeaways from speakers such as Ebay CEO John Donahoe and Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor.

JP Donlon CEO Briefing Newsletter November 4 2011

3 Steps for a Smooth CEO Transition for IBM’s Virginia Rometty

Virginia Rometty has two months to get prepared to take the helm at one of America’s oldest and most successful [...] CEO Briefing Newsletter November 3 2011

8 Questions to Settle the CEO vs. Board Conflict

There can be an inherent conflict between a CEO and their board; the board may be focused on short-term gains [...] CEO Briefing Newsletter , Governance/Compliance November 3 2011

Reed Hastings: Risk Taker or Netflix Killer?

Netflix has revolutionized the way we consume movies and television shows; its DVD-by-mail and online streaming content has replaced traditional [...] CEO Briefing Newsletter October 27 2011

Is U.S. Manufacturing Making a Comeback?

There has been much discussion about American manufacturing and its subsequent outsourcing in recent years.  Many people, especially during tough [...] CEO Briefing Newsletter October 27 2011

Romney Has Highest Potential to Turn Around US Economy According to CEOs

Most CEOs think Mitt Romney is the Republican candidate with the most promise of turning around the U.S. economy. Over 82 percent of CEOs ranked Romney’s potential to turn around the economy as ‘good’ or better. Just over 59 percent of CEOs think Romney’s closest competitor, Herman Cain, has ‘good’ or better potential to turn around the economy. Texas Governor Rick Perry fell from 65.8 percent to 48.9 percent positive potential from September to October. CEO Briefing Newsletter , Election Center October 27 2011

Innovation Outperforms R&D, Says New Booz Study

Booz & Co. has just released its 7th annual report, The Global Innovation 1000: Why Culture is Key, and findings [...] CEO Briefing Newsletter October 27 2011

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