CEO


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

CEO

abbr.
chief executive officer

CEO

abbreviation for
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) chief executive officer

CEO

or C.E.O.,

chief executive officer.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.CEO - the corporate executive responsible for the operations of the firmCEO - the corporate executive responsible for the operations of the firm; reports to a board of directors; may appoint other managers (including a president)
business executive, corporate executive - an executive in a business corporation
Translations
výkonný ředitel
administrerende direktør
toimitusjohtaja
glavni izvršni direktor
最高経営責任者
최고 경영자
vyriausiasis pareigūnas/vadybininkas
galvenais izpilddirektors
VD
ตัวย่อของเจ้าหน้าที่ระดับสูง
baş yöneticiCEOYönetim Kurulu Başkanı
Tổng Giám đốc Điều hành

CEO

(ˌsiː iː ˈou) noun (abbreviation)
Chief Executive Officer; the president of a large company.

CEO

مُدِيرُ الإدَارَةِ التَنْفِيذِيَّة výkonný ředitel administrerende direktør Generaldirektor Πρόεδρος εταιρείας presidente, presidente del consejo de administración toimitusjohtaja PDG glavni izvršni direktor direttore generale 最高経営責任者 최고 경영자 president-directeur adm.dir. dyrektor naczelny presidente executivo главный исполнительный директор VD ตัวย่อของเจ้าหน้าที่ระดับสูง CEO Tổng Giám đốc Điều hành 首席执行官
References in classic literature ?
Protagoras of Abdera, and Prodicus of Ceos, and a host of others, have only to whisper to their contemporaries: `You will never be able to manage either your own house or your own State until you appoint us to be your ministers of education'-- and this ingenious device of theirs has such an effect in making them love them that their companions all but carry them about on their shoulders.
Euphemus, son of Troezenus, the son of Ceos, was captain of the Ciconian spearsmen.
There is Gorgias of Leontium, and Prodicus of Ceos, and Hippias of Elis, who go the round of the cities, and are able to persuade the young men to leave their own citizens by whom they might be taught for nothing, and come to them whom they not only pay, but are thankful if they may be allowed to pay them.
According to one reader of The CEO Forum, Charlie Lanktree, CEO of Eggland's Best, "I just received the Fall issue of The CEO Forum and it is terrific!
2006--Mac Crawford Chairman, President, CEO, Caremark
When attracting a CEO from another company it often makes sense to offer packages that take care of various benefits he or she might otherwise be forced to forego.
At a time when there are more visible CEOs in courtrooms than in recent memory, the title and subtitle of this book, It Takes A CEO: It's Time to Lead With Integrity, seems, well, somewhat mixed.
In fact, it matters a lot--for reasons that speak to the power of the CEO's role and the nature of how word spreads in an organization.
Across the country at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, N.C., CEO William Fulkerson, MD, ran a similar planning meeting and summoned specialty physician leaders to pinpoint market trends.
4666 Faries Pkwy, PO Box 1470, Decatur, IL 62525; 217/424-5200, 800/637-5843, FAX: 217/451-7026 E-mail: info@admwodd.com Web site: www.admworld.com Year established: 1902 Fiscal year: July-June CEO: G.
"You could see the storm clouds gathering--it appeared to be increasingly impossible for the board to allow [Greenberg] to remain" as CEO, says Institutional Shareholder Services executive vice president Patrick McGurn.
As part of the tax title of the highway bill, See JCX-27-05, Description of the Chairman's Modification to the Provisions of the "Highway Reauthorization and Excise Tax Simplification Act of 2005" (April 19, 2005), the Senate Finance Committee approved a provision to require company chief executive officers (CEOs) to sign under penalties of perjury a declaration that the company has in place procedures to ensure that the annual federal tax return complies with the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code and that the CEO has received reasonable assurances of the accuracy of all material items in the return.