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Syngenta CEO Mike Mack: Seeds of Production

Syngenta’s Mike Mack says the need to grow more food on the same amount of land is pressing, and that organic farming is not the answer; technology is.

JP Donlon CEO Interviews , Marketing , Marketing & Sales , Strategy January 21 2010
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Zebra Technologies CEO Anders Gustafsson: Defending Its Stripes

Anders Gustafsson maps a future for Zebra Technologies.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Interviews , Marketing , Strategy January 21 2010
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Old Dominion Freight Lines CEO David Congdon : Family Values

David Congdon drives growth at family-run Old Dominion.

Jennifer Pellet CEO Interviews , Marketing , Strategy January 21 2010

Cerberus Operating and Advisory Company CEO Bob Nardelli: Secrets of an Operational CEO

The Essence of a Sound Recovery Strategy is Operationalizing One’s Strategy and Resourcing it with Top Talent.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Compensation , CEO Interviews , Leadership & Strategy , Marketing & Sales , Strategy January 20 2010
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Publishing Performer

Nancy McKinstry reshapes publishing products at Wolters Kluwer

Jennifer Pellet CEO Interviews , Leadership & Strategy November 23 2009
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Cancer Coup

Carol Gallagher leads a cancer drug race at Calistoga Pharma

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Interviews , Leadership & Strategy November 23 2009
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SEC Targets CEO Succession Plans

Stephen Miles of Heidrick & Struggles analyzes the likely impact of the new ruling.

JP Donlon CEO Interviews , Governance/Compliance November 20 2009
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Doubling Down on Data

Sohaib Abbasi drives growth with data integration.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Interviews , Technology November 20 2009
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Brightpoint CEO Bob Laikin: Back from the Brink

Bob Laikin’s Wall Street baptism-by-fire at Brightpoint.

Jennifer Pellet CEO Interviews October 13 2009
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Medtronic CEO Bill George: Still Searching for Authenticity

Under Bill George’s leadership the medical technology company’s market capitalization grew from $1.1 billion to $60 billion, averaging an annual 35 percent increase. Earlier in his career he was an executive with Honeywell, Litton Industries and served in the Department of Defense. Since leaving Minneapolis for Cambridge, Mass. to become a professor at Harvard Business School, George has turned into the Diogenes of executive management, searching for and occasionally finding what he calls “authentic” leaders–men and women who lead effectively because they are, first, honest with themselves.

JP Donlon CEO Compensation , CEO Interviews October 13 2009

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