CHARLES E. EXLEY JR
- NCR Hires Nuti as Chief Executive. // American Banker;8/2/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 147, p17
States NCR Corp. hired William Nuti as chief executive officer at the Dayton, Ohio company. Mr. Nuti's career highlights; Financial data for NCR whose shares quadrupled under the leadership of Mark Hurd, who is being succeeded by Mr. Nuti; Why Mr. Hurd left NCR.
- Tending the Till. Serwer, Andrew E.; Lee, Jeanne // Fortune;10/27/1997, Vol. 136 Issue 8, p306
Presents information on NCR Corp., a computer hardware manufacturing company. Information that NCR spun off from AT&T on January 1; Report that NCR has shed its personal computers biz, and is focusing on its market leading position in cash registers, retail inventory systems, and bar-code...
- NCR Earnings, Revenue Down. Cardline // American Banker;2/6/2009, Vol. 174 Issue 25, p13
The article discusses the fourth-quarter 2008 earnings if NCR Corp., reporting that the company's net income fell by 37% from the same period in 2007. Commentary is provided by Bill Nuti, chief executive officer (CEO) of NCR. Also discussed is China's heavy investment in its banking system in 2008.
- NCR CEO'S COMPENSATION MORE THAN DOUBLED IN 2007. // CardLine;3/14/2008, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p26
The article reveals the compensation of William Nuti, chairman, president and CEO of NCR Corp. According to the ATM maker's proxy statement, Nuti received $16.8 million in compensation in 2007, more than double the amount he earned the previous year. The Dayton, Ohio-based company says Nuti...
- Heirs not so apparent. // Westchester County Business Journal;05/21/2001, Vol. 40 Issue 21
Presents study results on the percentage of heirs-apparent of chief executive officers (CEO). Lack of connection between good corporate performance and the promotion of an heir-apparent to CEO; Advantages of a powerful CEO.
- Race for the Corporate Throne. Brown, Donna // Management Review;Nov89, Vol. 78 Issue 11, p22
Examines how companies handle the problem of chief executive officers (CEO) succession. Effects of choosing the wrong successor; Successor to Chrysler Corp.'s Lee Iacocca; Choice of John Reed as successor to Citicorp's Walter Wriston; Successors to Campbell Soup Co.'s Gordon McGovern;...
- CEO moves bad for business. // Personnel Today;7/16/2002, p7
Reports the effects of the decreasing length of time chief executive officers (CEO) spend in their job on business firms in Great Britain. Median tenure of a global CEO; Occurrence of short-term growth; Focus on succession planning.
- Executive Update. // T+D;Dec2002, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p18
Focuses on trends in tenures of chief executive officers (CEO) of companies across the U.S. Problems that CEOs are plagued with; Factors that account for majority cases of CEO departures; Ways in which the trend of short tenures among CEOs can be prevented.
- The generation game. Simms, Jane // People Management;2/6/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p26
Focuses on problems in succession planning for chief executives in British companies. Probable causes of the problems according to several reports from research firms; Consequences of the short-term tenure of executives; Reasons behind the decision of companies to accommodate external...