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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: executive - a very wealthy or powerful businessmantop executive - a very wealthy or powerful businessman; "an oil baron"
businessman, man of affairs - a person engaged in commercial or industrial business (especially an owner or executive)
oil tycoon - a powerful person in the oil business
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2) Jim Carrey, shown in "Ace Ventura Pet Detective," hasn't had a film flop because he always plays himself, a top executive says.
As the merger of M&I with BMO (NYSE: BMO) is getting closer, a top executive of Harris Bank, a unit of BMO, has left the firm.
Driven by Fortune 500 client demands, this practice focuses on one of the most challenging issues facing companies today: identifying, recruiting and mentoring culturally diverse managers to take on top executive roles.
It may defer most of the compensation for top executives for some time and also benchmark top executive pay against rival firms.
A top executive is to leave Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS).
Of the credit unions that offer a bonus payout plan for their top executive, loan growth, return on assets and membership growth are the three top factors in determining the payout, the survey revealed.
The first essay analyzes the characteristics of top executive officers that potentially predict company behavior of performance.
A top executive who resume his or her former office will find that completely reinventing the company and re-injecting new blood is a major challenge.
The study detailed the pay of Barclays' top executive Bob Diamond who, the study said earned pounds 4,365,636 - 169 times more than the average worker in Britain today.
Summary: ALGIERS- Many tax privileges are granted to investors in tourist industry, said Wednesday here a top executive at the Directorate General of Taxes.
Most recently a top executive at Dreyer's, Reed Howlett has spent almost two decades in the ice cream industry creating sales and distribution.
Pamela Thomas-Graham, 41, was replaced as president and CEO of CNBC after nearly four years as the cable channel's top executive.