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Charles Trimble

Christopher Columbus relied on the compass and stars as his navigational tools. As the harbinger of a new era, Charles [...]

Kate Button July 1 1994

Miscellany

MEETING THE CHALLENGEHere’s how to become an ineffective board director without really trying:Always arrive late for board meetings. Mutter about [...]

Chief Executive July 1 1994

Journey to the East

This article is written at my own risk. My business friends always say: “Ed, we value your public-policy insights, but [...]

Edwin J. Feulner July 1 1994

Cloning the Coasters

Last New Year’s Eve, 2,000 festive souls gathered in the Westchester County Center near my suburban New York home to [...]

Joe Queenan July 1 1994

CEOs On CEOs

When CEOs meet to evaluate their peers, on what do they base their judgment? In naming Microsoft’s Bill Gates the [...]

Chief Executive July 1 1994

Trashing Our Society

Last Sunday night, I was relaxing in my comfortable lounge chair studying Consumer Reports’ ratings of interior latex paints when [...]

Joe Queenan May 1 1994

How to Build a Great Board

Assertion: Most CEOs can build a good board of directors within their tenure in office.Question: So, why don’t more CEOs [...]

Robert W. Lear May 1 1994

Transitions

Norman E. Alexander, 79, was named chairman of Chock Full O’Nuts Corp. in New York. The chairman and CEO of [...]

Chief Executive May 1 1994

I Don’t Compute, I Think

The replies are coming in to my “Millennium Masterclass” questionnaire (CE: January/February 1994). I borrowed the answer I most admire [...]

Robert Brittlestone May 1 1994

Go-Go Global

With the bull run in U.S. stocks likely at an end, many investors can gain from opportunities offshore-after hedging against potential currency losses.

A. Gary Shilling May 1 1994

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