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Keeping Tabs on Top CEOs Through CEO1000 Tracker
Data plays a growing role in decision-making, with CEOs looking for hard information that can help them allocate investments, understand customers and shape strategy.

Now, a new research-based tool, the CEO1000 Tracker, applies the data-driven approach to another subject—CEOs themselves.

The Tracker, a joint partnership between Chief Executive Group and RHR International, brings together information about CEOs at the largest public and private companies—their education, work history, salary, etc. It also includes data about their companies, such as revenue, share price and profit history.

Starbucks: Schultz Passes the Torch

Although Howard Schultz is turning the CEO reigns over to Kevin Johnson, he will remain involved in many aspects of the company.

Disney: Staying the Course, for Now

The CEO1000 Tracker shows that 50 CEOs left their jobs in the first quarter of 2017. But one top executive decided to stay put: Disney’s Robert Iger.

Key Trends Among the Top 1000 CEOs

CEOs of the 1,000 largest companies (by revenue) vary by many factors. Here are seven of the top key trends.

Keys to an Effective Transfer of Leadership at the Top

From the persistently high CEO turnover rate to the declining tenure of those at the top, we are continually reminded that company performance is not the only factor that plays a role in failed transitions.