Strategy

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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CEOs’ Top 4 Concerns for the Future

CEOs interviewed by Chief Executive cited 4 main areas of concern as they gaze into their crystal balls for 2017. This piece is a sidebar to the feature "CEO Outlook 2017," which you can access at the bottom, along with the roster of CEOs.

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How a Consumer Goods CEO Built a Post-Merger Executive Team

CEOs face all kinds of challenges when it comes to forming and maintaining an effective and cohesive leadership team. Trying to do so as the result of a merger during slack U.S. economic conditions is one of the most challenging situations of all.

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​​​What Employee-Centered and Employee-Owned Firms Can Offer Business Leaders

Most founders who want to empower their employees do it by selling their stock to an ESOP, which operates like a retirement trust fund and is regulated by the IRS and the Department of Labor. The number of worker-owned businesses in the U.S. is growing robustly, around 6% per year, and these businesses now account for about 12% of the private sector workforce.

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Lessons from Arcturus: How to “Do the Deal”

Joseph E. Payne is a scientist who worked for large companies such as DuPont, Merck and Bristol-Myers Squibb before taking a leap into entrepreneurship.

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“King Coal is Dead”; “Long Live King Coal”

Coal is back in favor with GE executives, according to The Wall Street Journal, which says they appear to have reversed their years-long position that the fossil fuel is on the outs.

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