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AmerisourceBergen CEO David Yost: Banking on a Robust Service Offering


Caught between rising costs for healthcare and increasing pressure on margins, pharmaceutical distribution companies continue to report increased revenues year after year. The reason lies in providing competitive services to customers, identifying competitive products and leveraging a timely information database. David Yost, president and CEO of Valley Forge, PA-based pharmaceutical distribution company AmerisourceBergen, says, “With margins being so low, it ...

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IHS CEO Jerre Stead: The Reluctant CEO


When Jerre Stead agreed to step in and aid an ailing IHS back in 2000, it was on one condition: “I said, I’ll be happy to be chairman, but I’m not going to do CEO again,” recounts the 65-year-old, who had left the chairman and CEO role at Ingram Micro. a scant six months earlier.For a while he kept his ...

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Pricelock CEO Bob Fell: Pumping Protection


Wouldn’t it be nice to pay $1.50 per gallon of gas when prices at the pump are $1.99 and up? Or how about having price protection on fuel for your company’s fleet of delivery or service vehicles – or offering it to employees? That’s the premise behind Pricelock, a growth-stage company looking to couple technology and price-protection hedging strategy to ...

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Philips Electronics CEO Scott Weisenhoff: Fine-Tuning Philips


At Royal Philips Electronics, heading a $9 billion market is apparently not quite enough responsibility for one executive. The organization’s matrix management structure gives regional CEOs an additional role in one of its three global sectors: healthcare, lighting and consumer lifestyle. For Scott M. Weisenhoff that translates to wearing two hats at the company: CEO of Philips Electronics North America ...

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