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- Chief execs and fund managers were also asked to identify the most innovative companies.
- Although bad blood over the contract may hurt morale, for now execs are happy to have a victory in hand.
- Six of the top 10 earning chief execs in the US run IT companies, according to Forbes.
- Now these execs are starting to worry about getting socked with a payroll tax increase.
- Network execs, who say they will maintain a premium on rates, have the new shows under wraps.
- Too many U.S. execs are letting software vendors tell them how to run their business.
- He has slowed the pace of acquisitions and dismissed about a dozen senior execs.
- She had been in the job less than a year and had come from Citigroup where she was one of the top female execs.
- The company's top execs must have panicked when they realised how out of control the story had gotten.
- He sat by while execs let costs spin out of control and failed to deliver on promises to customers.
- It was all part of some pre-dinner entertainment for a group of top execs and managers from a large retail chain.
- Critics of air taxis charge that high prices will relegate it to a perk for senior execs.
- In the past, they say, he has held on to top execs long after they needed to be replaced.
- Top news execs pursue answers to seven key questions pegged to creating a watchdog culture.
- The BBC should then be governed by an executive board, combining a handful of the very top execs and some non-execs.
- GTech also got rid of its chairman and its chief exec earlier on in the year in the hope of building confidence in the company.
- To the extent the execs held on to their stock, they suffered along with other shareholders.
- Did pressure from corporate execs concerned about empty planes help change his mind?
- A Romanian-born man has pleaded guilty to sending threatening emails to top execs at eBay.
- The chief exec of BT Retail has admitted that the cost of broadband in the UK is too high.