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CEO Parenthood: Fostering Financial Responsibility

It may sound like a no-brainer, but you can’t expect your children to learn fiscal responsibility if you buy them whatever they want, whenever they want it.

How A CEO With An Autistic Child Manages His Business

Being a father of an autistic child has opened this CEO's eyes and changed his leadership style to be more inclusive of people with disabilities.

Executives’ Summer Vacations: Business Leaders Share Their Favorite Places

Here are some of CEOs' favorite vacation spots this year.

How to Protect Your Home Network from Fraud

Cybercriminals are making a mint impersonating CEOs. Find out how to lock down your home network and protect yourself from fraud.

Popular Summer Vacation Spots for CEOs

Still trying to decide where to take your family or go yourself on a summer vacation? Here are some great ideas from CEOs' and other executives' plans.

Countdown to April 15: What You Need to Know About Paying Nanny Taxes

Nannies, personal assistants, senior care providers, housekeepers, and chauffeurs… these are just a few examples of the more than 700,000 workers we hire in our homes nationwide. They help take care of our children and aging parents, manage our estates, and even assist us while traveling and managing our businesses. Hiring a household worker likely means you’ve become a domestic employer, making you responsible for collecting and submitting “nanny taxes” on their behalf.

How to Successfully Lead When Dealing with a Personal Crisis

For chief executives, workplace crises are a relatively common scenario that can be handled with the same calmness and clarity that earns CEOs their role. But what happens when the crisis occurs in an executive’s personal life, ultimately impacting the business’s health and vitality?

Launching Startup Kids: 3 Secrets to Raising Entrepreneurial Children

There’s nothing more entrepreneurial than becoming a parent. Newborns are the ultimate startup.

Collecting Earthly Treasures

Presented in partnership with PURE Insurance, our sixth column on CEOs who are notable collectors features SAS’s Jim Goodnight.

The Plane Truth: Business Aviation Is a Win-Win Solution for CEOs

The worst publicity the business aviation industry has ever received occurred on November 18, 2008, when CEOs from the Big Three automakers flew into Washington, D.C. using private jets to ask the U.S. Senate for a $25 billion taxpayer bailout package. With the country teetering on the verge of financial collapse, the CEOs’ seemingly lavish airborne arrival was excoriated in the media as tone-deaf, and an unflattering association with CEO excess was born.
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CEO1000 Tracker Full List

From the schools they went to to the types of companies they run, CEO1000 is tracking the trends among the CEOs of the 1,000 largest U.S. companies.

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CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

CEO Confidence Hits New Low For 2018 In July As Optimism In Future Growth Fades

Our monthly poll of nearly 300 U.S. CEOs found their outlook and confidence in future business conditions at a low for the year as the global trade war looms large.
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BEST & WORST STATES FOR BUSINESS

Best and Worst States For Business

Are you looking to relocate or expand? Evaluate each state's strengths with Chief Executive's 2018 Best & Worst States for Business.

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.

EDITOR'S PICKS

Five Tips For When You’re Ready To Sell Your Company

Founder-CEOs might have a hard time letting go of their baby, but when it’s time to sell, it’s time. Here are five tips on selling your company.

Sonnenfeld: PepsiCo’s Indra Nooyi Did It Her Way

PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi plans to step aside in October, leaving an impressive legacy at the beverage giant—not only in terms of performance, but in terms of corporate culture.

When Politics And Business Clash

When it comes to dealing with customers divided along ideological lines, there aren’t any simple choices.

Elon Musk Goes To Charm School

Wall Street thought Elon Musk was apologizing. He was letting them know he’s been studying for the next chapter of his incredible journey.