March 2010
Rock Products;Mar2010, Vol. 113 Issue 3, p13
The article reports on the findings of the Conference Board CEO Challenge 2010 Survey to determine the ratings of chief executive officers (CEO) on their business concerns. Most of the respondents are optimistic about their recovery from the recession and have become confident about the stability of the capital market. The survey also found that customer retention, maintenance of quality service and expansion of the profit base remain their top concerns.


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