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Fred Hassan: The J&J Vaccine Pause And The Case For Covid Optimism

The legendary former pharma CEO on how the FDA's move could actually bolster use of vaccines and why we're well on our way to herd immunity in the next 90 days.

A Tale Of Two Cities: The Hypergrowth & Stagnant Decline In Tech

From the outside looking in, stalled tech companies and those experiencing skyrocketing levels of growth seem to be facing totally different challenges—but they share a common denominator.

Drive Capital Helps Build Technology Future In Columbus

VC cofounder Kvamme believes digitization of industry increasingly favors Midwestern outposts like Ohio capital.

Your New China Problem

The calculus for doing business in China just changed. Are you ready for the next front in the culture wars? 

CEO Optimism Again Climbs In April Amid Soaring Vaccination Rate

Chief Executive’s latest poll of U.S. CEOs finds growing confidence in the future of the economy; most now expect rising profits, revenue, hiring and capital expenditures in the coming months.

Investment Firm Pushes Collaborative Activism

If Mill Road Capital’s 'Sponsoring Investor' approach works for micro-cap companies, similar attempts by investment firms that focus on mid-cap and large-cap companies may follow.

What CEOs Can Do About Vaccine Hesitancy

New research suggests the 'moveable middle' can be swayed by effective workplace communications and engagement strategies—if the message starts at the top.
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It’s War: The New Dilemma For Corporations And Social Issues

How does a company walk the tightrope that looks more like a Gordian knot? Here are a few rules to get you started.

No Time To Wait—Or Waste

Whether you're struggling to keep pace with demand, or trying to stay afloat during the long lull, it's critical to ensure the pace the company is at is the one it needs to succeed.

Don’t Be A Firefighter—Be A Strategy Leader

Why do so many companies come up short in their strategy planning? Because CEOs end up playing the role of firefighter, implementer or counselor.

Mortgage Billionaire Builds Team To Take On The Champ

Ishbia brazenly pits United Wholesale against rival Rocket for pinnacle of the white-hot home-financing market.

Successful Sustainability Requires Strategic Partnership At The Top

The past year has become a tipping point for sustainability as a business imperative, but agendas can easily be derailed. What CEOs need to know.

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CEO Optimism Again Climbs In April Amid Soaring Vaccination Rate

Chief Executive’s latest poll of U.S. CEOs finds growing confidence in the future of the economy; most now expect rising profits, revenue, hiring and capital expenditures in the coming months.
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Seamless By Design: Michigan Manufacturing Consortium Soars

Collective approach to vetting startups and funding proofs of concept benefits members that range from Whirlpool to Amway.

CEOs Need To Take Leadership On IoT In 2021 To Drive Bottom-Line Benefits

Given the pile-up of urgent tasks on the CEO's desk in recent months, it's no wonder IoT has taken a back seat. But there are three specific focus areas where CEOs should be taking the lead to ensure successful IoT investment. 

Synchrony’s Rick Hartnack: ‘Remote Work Model Is A Competitive Advantage’

Synchrony's new hybrid "hub" model will let employees choose how they want to work, which is expected to improve recruitment, engagement and retention.

NFL’s Warrick Dunn On The Single Most Important Characteristic For Business Leaders

In this edition of our Corporate Competitor Podcast, Part Owner of the Atlanta Falcons and Former NFL Running Back Warrick Dunn discusses how three challenges shaped his career.

Doing Good, Companies Can Also Do Well—Especially On Workforce Performance

When demonstrating commitment to ESG, leaders must balance their instinctive desire to do what they feel is right with their responsibility to deliver results for not just their shareholders but also their key stakeholders, including employees.

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Best and Worst States For Business

Looking to relocate or expand? Evaluate each state's strengths with Chief Executive's annual Best & Worst States for Business raking.

CEO OF THE YEAR

CEO of the Year

Once a year, we celebrate the achievements of a CEO, honored for his or her success in and dedication to business, shareholders and customers.