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J. Michael Nauman Named Brady Corporation CEO

Global manufacturer of identification solutions Brady Corporation, based in San Diego, names Michael Nauman as president, CEO and board director, effective immediately.

Edelman China’s CEO Missing From Work

Steven Cao is out of contact as he 'cooperates' with Chinese authorities' investigation.

ArrowStream CEO Steven LaVoie Shot by Disgruntled Employee

The recent CEO shooting in Chicago brings to light a critical point: Do CEOs need round-the-clock protection?

Pepsi’s Brian Cornell Named CEO of Target

Target has announced that it will fill its open CEO slot with Brian Cornell, currently CEO of the Americas Foods division of PepsiCo. In...

Encore Wire CEO Announces $30M Texas Expansion

Following in the footsteps of Kohls, Toyota and several other organizations that have either moved to Texas or expanded their operations there, Encore Wire Corporation President and CEO Daniel Jones announced that the company, which is celebrating 25 years in the McKinney, Texas community, will invest more than $30 million to expand its manufacturing facilities and provide more than 125 new jobs in the Texas town.

Greyson International Appoints Prasad CEO

Cosmetics and OTC technology firm Greyson International (Coconut Grove, Fla.) announced the appointment of Chaudhury Mukesh Prasad as interim chairman and CEO in the wake of the sudden death of CEO Harvey Tauman.
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