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Some Tech CEOs are Facing a Backlash after Meeting Trump

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Around the same time Apple CEO Tim Cook was telling everyone why the tech sector should engage with Donald Trump, a manager at Oracle was resigning over CEO Safra Catz's decision to join the president-elect's transition team.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Shares His Trump Engagement Strategy

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Donald Trump may have rankled some CEOs by openly criticizing their business dealings on Twitter, but that doesn't mean leaders should timidly keep their distance from the president-elect.

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CEO Think Tank Decries American Policy Short-Sightedness

A non-profit think tank filled with CEOs has called on the incoming Trump administration to encourage investment in infrastructure and R&D to remedy what it calls a damaging short-term focus by lawmakers and business leaders.

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For CEO-Chairmen, the Corporate Governance Crystal Ball Doesn’t Look Good

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One of America's biggest corporate scandals in recent memory has just taken a large chip out of the CEO-Chairman model. And corporate governance professionals expect more cracks could appear next year as investors increasingly call for greater independent oversight of executive decisions.

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Wal-Mart CEO Lists his Top Six Reads for 2016

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It's hard to imagine the CEO of a $225 billion company having time to read one book a year, let alone six. But Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon has done just that, according his contribution to Facebook's #ReadtoLead social media campaign.

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Apple is Getting its CEO for a Bargain

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If anyone could feel justified asking for a pay raise next year it's Tim Cook. Yes, the Apple CEO's annual pay of around $10 million is nothing to be scoffed at. But when you compare it to the billions of dollars in profit made by the technology giant, he's actually relatively good value for money.

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