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“The Data-Enabled CEO”- 5 Steps to Turn Data Insights into Competitive Business Advantages

Today’s CEOs face a host of complex business challenges, including how to harness disparate streams of data to generate pragmatic insights and deliver increased profitability. The difficulty CEOs face is not in obtaining the data, but in determining how to effectively use it in order to make intelligent business decisions and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

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Women in the C-Suite: Some Good News, Bad News


Spurred by the successes of women in shattering the glass ceiling to the corner office, the issue of how females are treated as business leaders continues to spawn fascinating new insights that CEOs and company owners – as well as their charges – can use to guide their decisions and their careers. The latest of these is a new study on female CEO pay.

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Are ‘Unicorn’ Startups Endangered?

A leading Silicon Valley investor has warned that tech investments may be reaching a new bubble stage and that leaders of digital-technology startups shouldn’t expect an easy ascension to “unicorn” status like many of their predecessors.

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Under Armour’s Fitness App Acquisitions Spotlight the Power of Wearable Data

In early February, Under Armour, maker of performance footwear, apparel and accessories, announced it would acquire two fitness apps for $560 million. The move would give UA a ready-made foothold in the digital world with 120 million members. This acquisition speaks volumes about the way technology is becoming pervasive among all companies and audiences and what types of tech acquisitions all companies should consider.

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The Pros and Cons of Obama’s Corporate Tax Plan

President Obama and Congressional Republicans could come together around some version of the new plan in his budget bill for overhauling U.S. corporate taxes and linking it to boosting infrastructure spending. But CEOs and independent analysts see plenty of potential complications before any agreement that could significantly address both of these pressing national economic issues.

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