Reiss described the value of the audience of 10,000 CEOs
who receive the magazine: "There are only 4,379 companies listed on the NYSE and NASDAQ, with a combined market capitalization of over $15 trillion, which is larger than America's GDP of $14.9 trillion.
"We'll see less migration out of the specialties because those who have wanted to leave and had the capital will have done so," says the CEO
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Arnold, president and CEO
, Citizens Equity First Credit Union (CEFCU), Peoria, Illinois
Gemunder: President, CEO
and Director Omnicare Inc.
For example, when you begin an audit, it's normal to speak with the CEO
about the nature and extent of the audit work.
Latin America's Super CEOs
, a lineup of the 40 executives who are faster than speeding inflation, more powerful than labor unions and able to leap large devaluations in a single bound.
39, Owner, Chairman & CEO
, Continental Basketball Association.
But what does leadership mean, and how can a CEO
advised community policing officers that unless reassigned for promotion or lateral transfer to another division, they could expect to remain assigned to their neighborhoods for a minimum of 2 years.
2007--Mary Sammons Chairman, President, CEO
and Jim Mastrian Special Advisor on Corporate Strategy, Rite Aid
New York Life, for example, declined to join its insurance industry peers in shifting to a financial services focus for fear of moving into a soon-to-be commoditizing sector, said Sy Sternberg, chairman and CEO
of the insurer.