- Putting lightning back in the bottle. Feuer, Michael // Smart Business Columbus;Nov2009, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p46
The article offers the author's insights on the odds of a successful comeback or chance by business enterprises. He notes the potential success of company founders and chief executive officers (CEOs) for the second time if a disciplined process is followed. He mentions the role of money on the...
- EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION: A COMPARISON OF JAQUES' EQUITY THEORY AMONG ENTREPRENEURS. Rolle, Sherry; Major, Pandora; Saunders, Sabrina; Carraher, Shawn M.; Harris, Camille // Allied Academies International Conference: Proceedings of the Ac;Apr2009, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p46
Top managers and executives are a strategically important group whose compensation warrants special attention because of their significant ability to influence organization performance. The problem seems to be that in some companies, top executive pay is high regardless of profitability or stock...
- Retrospectives. Wriston, Walter; Bogle, John C. // Corporate Board;May/Jun2012, Vol. 33 Issue 194, p29
The article focuses on the findings of statistics about chief executive officers (CEOs), which show that up to 20 percent of CEOs last less than three years, and the author's view on the failure of business and financial model due to corporate character.
- The CEO Share Of Earnings: A New Approach To Evaluating Executive Compensation. Zhao, Kevin M.; Baum, Charles L.; Ford, William F. // Business Economics;Apr2009, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p120
The article discusses the Chief Executive Officer Share of Earnings (CEOSE), a new approach in assessing executive compensation. It mentions that the interest among both academics and financial practitioners in agency theory issues were triggered by business failures and concern over how chief...
- Why Canadian Pacific needs changing. FRAILEY, FRED W. // Trains;May2012, Vol. 72 Issue 5, p12
In this article the author presents his views on the failures of Canadian Pacific Ltd. and recommends that the company needs several changes to be in competition. He believes that inefficiency of the company to deliver its customer the returns and conflicts in the internal management led to its...
- So ... Do You Still Want to Be a CEO. Citrin, James M. // Conference Board Review;May/Jun2009, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p40
The author discusses the role and status of chief executive officers (CEOs) in the wake of the current global economic crises. He stresses that CEOs are being accused by the government, public, and shareholders and boards for the failures of their companies. The author highlights the increasing...
- How They Blew It. Oliver, Jamie; Goodwin, Tony // How They Blew It;10/21/2012, p1
In How They Blew It, Jamie Oliver and Tony Goodwin investigate 16 of the worldâ€™s greatest business failures in order to help readers avoid similar situations. To be successful entrepreneurs or CEOs, individuals must possess confidence and vision, have strong business sense, work hard, and...
- Preparing for tough Q&A at your next shareholder's meeting. Daley, Kevin R. // NACD Directorship;Feb95, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p4
Provides guidelines on how a chief executive officer handle tough questioning during a shareholders' meeting. Importance of preparation, procedure and practice; Skill of rephrasing; Selecting a questioner; Listening for the issue behind the question.
- Survey finds CEOs hold a lot of equity. Burr, Barry B. // Pensions & Investments;10/3/1994, Vol. 22 Issue 20, p30
Reports on the stock holdings of American chief executive officers (CEOs). Result of the analysis made by Compensation Resource Group; Median value of the stock owned by CEOs; Corporate guidelines on the stock holdings of executives; Ten CEOs owning the largest amount of stock in their companies.