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CEO War of Words Over Middle East Airlines Heats Up

The head of one of Europe's biggest airline companies has defended the business practices of rivals in the Middle East, while criticizing U.S. colleagues hopeful that a Trump administration will clip their wings.

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Tech CEOs Feel the Heat as their Competitors Bite Back

It's not just CEOs in traditional industries such as auto and banking that are looking over their shoulder at tech companies. A new survey shows that tech executives themselves are growing increasingly concerned about disruption, signaling the businesses they've been threatening are finally fighting back.

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This CEO has Just Congratulated Trump by Making a Multi-Pronged Sales Pitch

Most CEOs in the tech industry have reacted to Donald Trump's election cautiously, issuing a string of somewhat nebulous calls for unity. Another, perhaps appealing to the businessman's self-styled reputation as a deal-maker, has grasped the opportunity to couple congratulating the president-elect with a detailed sales pitch.

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Ford CEO Stakes his Position as Showdown with Trump Brews

Ford CEO Mark Fields has sent a clear red signal to the incoming Trump administration, suggesting, in his opinion, that its plans to impose new import tariffs could steer the economic recovery off course.

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U.S. Tops Global Public Company CEO Pay Rankings

American CEOs of publicly-listed companies are paid a great deal more than colleagues anywhere in the world, though they slip down the list when their pay is compared to the earnings of average citizens.

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