Millman, Gregory J.
September 1999
Financial Executive;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p14
Academic Journal
This article presents information on five chief executive officers who have redefined the position. William Chiasson became CFO of Levi Strauss in 1998 he helped develop a new set of performance metrics to evaluate if the firm was acheiving company strategy. At Home Depot, Dennis Carey is making the relationship between headquarters and the chain of stores a priority. Stephanie Imhoff of The Longaberger Company, Terry Allison Rappuhn of Quorum Health Care and Warren Ligan of Chiquita Brands are also profiled.


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