corporate executive


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Noun1.corporate executive - an executive in a business corporationcorporate executive - an executive in a business corporation
chairman of the board - the chairman of the board of directors of a corporation
CEO, chief executive officer, chief operating officer - the corporate executive responsible for the operations of the firm; reports to a board of directors; may appoint other managers (including a president)
CFO, chief financial officer - the corporate executive having financial authority to make appropriations and authorize expenditures for a firm
executive, executive director - a person responsible for the administration of a business
insider - an officer of a corporation or others who have access to private information about the corporation's operations
president - an executive officer of a firm or corporation
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4 January 2012 - Ziff Davis Inc, the US digital media publisher behind PCMag.com and A ExtremeTech.com, issued a statement to announce it had bought Toolbox.com from The Corporate Executive Board Company (NYSE:EXBD).
As member of the company's corporate executive committee, Jones will retain his current role as senior vice president and general manager of Global Tonnage Gases, Equipment and Energy, positions he has held since 2009.
And, as announced earlier, Makoto Kogure has assumed the position of Corporate Executive in Charge of Product Quality & Safety for the company.
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TEI is pleased to have the opportunity to submit its views on the subject of the proposed regulations relating to the limitation on deductions for corporate executive compensation.
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The Corporate Executive Board (NASDAQ:EXBD), which offers business insights and data to enterprises, unveiled yesterday an agreement to buy Minneapolis-based consumer research and advisory company Iconoculture.
Indeed, as a salesperson and corporate executive, Darwin was always a top performer among his peers, regardless of race, earning a place on our list of top blacks in corporate America in 1988.
Surely it is understandable that a corporate executive, or a human resources executive on the defensive, will try to quash really bad news in an effort to save her/his job and reputation.

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