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Running Mates and Business Mates: Critical Selections Make or Break a Leadership Team

What can CEOs learn from Romney’s Vice Presidential choice of Paul Ryan when it comes to choosing a strong leadership team? Whether you’re a Republican, Democrat, Libertarian or other, Romney’s selection of Ryan reinforces the importance of choosing a running mate that’s right for the role, rather than one with simply a résumé or image that sells.

Amy K. Hutchens CEO Briefing Newsletter , Election Center November 2 2012

Want to know the One thing that can sink a CEO faster than an Obama victory?

Stress kills and for CEOs it’s self inflicted. A California investment banker says CEOs are likely to experience more of it the closer we get to the election.

Rick Andrade Election Center September 20 2012

How Healthy is Healthcare Reform?

The stakes in Washington’s epic battle to reform healthcare are high. Trillions of dollars, the re election prospects of dozens [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Election Center , Health/Benefits , Leadership & Strategy January 20 2010

Chief Executives Tell What’s on Their Mind this Election Year

War Takes Top Place, Energy Policy Jumps Ranks and Healthcare Drops Down

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Confidence Index , Election Center April 21 2008

CEOs Pick Their Best and Worst Presidential Candidates for Business

According to a recent survey by Chief Executive magazine, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney is the best and Arizona Senator [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Election Center August 24 2007

CEOs Prefer Romney as GOP Candidate, Cain Rising Fast

CEOs want Mitt Romney to be the Republican Party presidential nominee in 2012. Over 43 percent of CEOs would prefer to see Mitt Romney on the ballot vs. 25.6 percent who would prefer to see another CEO candidate, Herman Cain. Rick Perry’s favor plummeted; only 5.1 percent of CEOs prefer the Texas Governor now, compared to 27.9 percent in September.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Election Center October 13 2011

85 Percent of CEOs Rank Obama’s Performance as ‘Weak’ or ‘Poor’

According to a recent Chief Executive poll, CEO approval of President Obama’s performance is even lower than his overall approval ratings. More than 85 percent of CEOs think that the president is doing a ‘weak’ or ‘poor’ job, with fully 60 percent of CEOs saying that the president is doing a poor job (giving him a score of 1 or 2 out of 10). Heading into an election year, the president is going to need to sway the opinion of CEOs if he’s going to find success.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Election Center September 22 2011

Obama & Jobs: What the Former CEO Can Teach the President

Steve Jobs could teach the president a lot about being a leader. They both are – or were – taxed with the responsibility of overseeing a large group of people who all have a common interest – success.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Briefing Newsletter , Election Center , Election Center September 8 2011
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Growing Profits, Growing Jobs

CEOs, thought leaders, and the nation’s top policymakers gathered in the nation’scapital on June 8, 2010 to exchange ideas, build relationships and discuss the evolvingrelationship between business and government. Here are some of the highlights from the CEO2GOV Summit.

ChiefExecutive.net CEO Compensation , Election Center , Election Center , Leadership & Strategy September 16 2010
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Government & Economic Recovery: Friend or Foe?

Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), chairman of the House Republican Conference, spoke at Chief Executive Magazine’s CEO2GOV Summit about what Congress can do to accelerate growth and remove barriers to job creation. Here are excerpts from his remarks.

ChiefExecutive.net Election Center September 16 2010

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