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Companies Seeing Backlash Over Moving Their Headquarters Overseas

As more corporate CEOs investigate whether changing the company’s headquarters from the United States will reduce burdensome taxes, the situation involving the latest company in the news chain—Walgreen—could be instructive for other CEOs.

Dale Buss Global Business July 10 2014

CEO Health Should be Part of Ongoing Succession Planning Discussions

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, who recently announced he had been diagnosed with throat cancer, is not the first corporate leader to disclose health issues. But without a manual to follow, CEOs and boards are often in a quandary about the best way to release information and manage the publicity around the situation.

Dale Buss Health & Fitness July 10 2014

Why the Judges Chose Bob Iger as CEO of the Year

With a formidable list of finalists, members of the 2014 Chief Executive of the Year selection committee faced a tough choice, but they concluded that Disney’s Bob Iger merited the honor. Comments from each of the judges follow.

Lynn Russo Whylly CEO of the Year July 10 2014

Employment and Revenue Growth Still Strong

Sixty percent of mid-market firms reported improved overall performance in the first quarter of 2014.

Lynn Russo Whylly Mid-Market Report July 10 2014

What CEOs Should Learn from Target’s CEO Resignation

No company—big or small—is safe from potentially devastating cyber attacks. Here’s how you can protect your company—and your own reputation.

Tom Pettibone Data Security/Cyber Security July 9 2014

Is U.S. Manufacturing on the Mend?

Does manufacturing have to take place on our own shores in order for the U.S. to have an innovative and competitive economy? There is no ready or simple answer.

JP Donlon Editor's Note July 9 2014

The New CEO Equation: Solving for X and Y

They’re under 40, leading $1 billion-plus companies and largely untested by adversity. What does the future hold for Gen X and Y CEOs?

Dr. Thomas J. Saporito CEO Perspective , Leadership , Personal Effectiveness July 8 2014

Steve Bradshaw’s Oklahoma Story

Over the last two decades, while scores of other regional banks struggled or were snapped up by nationals, BOK Financial has quietly thrived, expanding its operations from 20 branches within Oklahoma to nine West South Central states.

Jennifer Pellet CEO Interviews July 8 2014

Conflict Minerals Are Creating Compliance Challenges

If you are one of 6,000 U.S. CEOs whose company uses raw minerals in your products, it’s time to comply with the Dodd-Frank Act.

Dale Buss Global Business , Governance , Manufacturing July 7 2014

New Data Helps Manufacturers Determine Where to Expand

The 2014 Manufacturing and Logistic Report gave Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, Oregon and South Carolina an “A” for manufacturing health, while five states received Fs and 10 received Ds.

Lynn Russo Whylly Manufacturing July 7 2014

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