Citations with the tag: CHIEF executive officers
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- Selecting Leaders.
Fernandez, Jorge E. // Executive Excellence; Feb2003, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p14
Focuses on the recruitment, selection and development practices of chief executive officers (CEO) in the U.S. Assessment of the behavioral style of CEO; Factors considered in promotion of executive; Behavioral characteristics of CEO.
Fernandez, Jorge E. // Employee Benefit News; Jun2007, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p7
A correction to the article about Fred Barstein, founder and chief executive officer of 401Exchange, published in the April 15, 2007 issue, is presented.
- WHAT MAGAZINES CEOS ARE READING.
Fernandez, Jorge E. // SGB; Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p44
The article focuses on the favorite magazines of some chief executive officers including A. Stone Douglass, CEO of Orange 21, Bob Puccini, President Mizuno USA and Matt Rubel, CEO Collective Brands.
- Application Process.
Adams, Scott // Conference Board Review; Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p12
An excerpt from the writer Scott Adams' blog posted at the web site www.dilbertblog.typepad.com is presented.
- COMMUNICATION MAKES BETTER BOSS.
Adams, Scott // Broker Magazine; Jun/Jul2001, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p6
Discusses the traits of successful chief executive officers. Ability to listen and examine people's perspectives; Development of fair policies and solutions.
- CEOs gird for shakeout.
Solovy, Alden // AHA News; 05/06/96, Vol. 32 Issue 18, p6
Reports on the concerns of academic medical center chief executive officers (CEO) in New York City over possible shakeout in the city which was discussed during CEOs' panel discussion at the New York Hospital/Cornell Medical Center. Importance of demonstrating geographic coverage for academic...
- Overworked and underpaid.
Solovy, Alden // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 7/11/94, Vol. 21 Issue 30, p20
Discusses the results of a survey conducted by `Canadian Business' magazine for its July 1994 issue. The compensation packages that Canadian chief executive officers are typically offered.
- Block those cuts.
Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board; Mar1996, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p5
Reports on a survey related to the salaries of chief executive officers.
- Top CEO salaries.
Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Business News New Jersey; 1998 Book of Lists, Vol. 11, p138
Ranks chief executive officers (CEO) in New Jersey by total compensation received in 1997. Includes Melvin R. Goodes of Warner-Lambert; Lawrence A. Bossidy of AlliedSignal; Henry B. Schact of Lucent Technologies; Richard Jay Koogan of Schering-Plough.
- Tying CEO pay to performance: Compensation committees must do better.
Hampson, H. Anthony // Business Quarterly; Spring91, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p18
Looks at compensation committees' methods of assessing a chief executive officer's (CEO) performance and eventually judging the latter's compensation. Building an atmosphere of trust and understanding; Need for strong directors; Importance of good performance measures; Critical nature of...
- CEO alert: Is your board about to fire you?
Ward, Ralph D. // Business Quarterly; Autumn97, Vol. 62 Issue 1, p19
Deals with the personality element of the chief executive officers (CEO). Reasons behind the firing of CEOs; Information on the coup strategy of the board members; Importance of a solid CEO vision.
- A million dollars a year?
Cote, Marcel // CA Magazine; Oct96, Vol. 129 Issue 8, p76
Discusses the compensation rules for chief executive officers (CEOs) in Canada. Three principles; Creation of bias toward salary increases; Supply and demand of CEOs; Comparison of the salary between CEOs and unskilled workers; Criticisms on the large compensation received by CEOs.
- Top names for chief executives.
Cote, Marcel // CA Magazine; Jun/Jul2011, Vol. 144 Issue 5, p8
The article offers information on top names for chief executive officers (CEO) in Canada.
- SURGING OPTIMISM FUELS INVESTMENT.
Cote, Marcel // CA Magazine; Jun/Jul2011, Vol. 144 Issue 5, p9
The article reports that chartered accountant (CA) executives are more optimistic about the Canadian economy as noted from the first-quarter 2011 survey in the country..
- Highest paid CEOs.
Cote, Marcel // Crain's Cleveland Business; 12/30/2002 Book of Lists, Vol. 23 Issue 52, p12
Lists several chief executive officers ranked according to compensations received in 2001. Cash compensation received by executives in 2001 and 2000; Addresses of companies with which the executives are associated; Percentage of total company shares held by the executives.
Cote, Marcel // Crain's Cleveland Business; 7/16/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 28, p2
A correction to the article related to GrafTech International Ltd.'s CEO, Craig Shular, that was published in the July 2, 2007 issue is presented.
- HIGHEST PAID CEOS.
Cote, Marcel // Crain's Cleveland Business; 12/31/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 52, p62
A list concerning the highest paid chief executive officers (CEOs) in Ohio, including Robert J. Keegan of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., James L. Hambrick of Lubrizol Corp., and David L. Pugh. of Applied Industrial Technologies Inc., is presented.
- HIGHEST PAID NON-CEOS.
Cote, Marcel // Crain's Cleveland Business; 12/31/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 52, p66
A list concerning the highest paid non-chief executive officers (CEOs) in Ohio, including Parker W. Vande Steeg of Parker Hannifin Corp., Jeffrey D. Kelly of National City Corp., and Thomas W. Bunn of KeyCorp., is presented.
- HIGHEST PAID CEOS.
Cote, Marcel // Crain's Cleveland Business; 12/22/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 51, p4
The article lists the highest paid chief executive officers (CEOs) in Ohio, ranked by 2007 total compensation, which include Robert J. Keegan of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Zev Weiss of American Greetings Corp., and Joseph P. Keithley of Keithley Instruments Inc.
- If business is good, pay will be, too.
Cote, Marcel // Crain's Chicago Business; 5/27/96, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p15
Cites a report entitled `Executive Annual Incentive Plans,' by the Conference Board which shows that annual bonuses to top executives will continue to be a part of executive pay. Financial services as the most performance-oriented field; Median incentive award for chief executive officers (CEO).
- The fortunate 100.
Cote, Marcel // Crain's Chicago Business; 5/27/96, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p19
Presents the top chief executive officers in Chicago, Illinois as ranked by 1995 compensation. Biggest pay increases and decreases; Top performers in terms of revenues; Estimated value of 1995 stock option grants; Comparison with 1994 figures.
- Who's new.
Wolf, Alan M. // Crain's Chicago Business; 9/02/96, Vol. 19 Issue 36, pWW4
Profiles several chief executive officers in Chicago, Illinois. Includes Verne Istock; Lester Knight; Leo Mullin.
- The fortunate 100.
Wolf, Alan M. // Crain's Chicago Business; 12/30/96 Book of Lists, Vol. 19 Issue 53, p79
Presents statistics on chief executive officers in Chicago, Illinois, who were ranked by 1995 compensation.
- In hiring, no perfect exec, only a more perfect match.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's Chicago Business; 02/23/98, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p9
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- The Fortunate 100.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's Chicago Business; 2002 Book of Lists, Vol. 24 Issue 53, p77
Presents list of chief executive officers (CEO) from various companies with high compensation in Chicago, Illinois as of May 2001. Rank of the CEO based on compensation; Inclusion of salaries and annual bonuses; Appearance of Abott Laboratories as the highest market capitalization.
- The Fortunate 100.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's Chicago Business; 5/27/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p15
Presents a chart depicting the compensation of chief executive officers in Chicago, Illinois. Superiority of John A. Edwardson of CDW Computer Centers Inc. in compensation; Basis of ranking for the compensation; Identification of the highest market capitalization.
- The Fortunate 100.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's Chicago Business; 12/30/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 52, p71
Presents a list of chief executive officers (CEO) of public companies in Chicago, Illinois, with annual revenues of more than two million dollar and stock price above one million dollar as of December 31, 2001. Salary earned by CEO; Average compensation of top five CEO; Percentage change in...
- New York Area's Fortunate 100.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's New York Business; 12/30/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 52, p40
Presents statistics related to top 100 chief executive officers of New York area ranked by their 2001 compensation as of December 30, 2002. Employer of listed chief executive officers; Employer company's financial performance; Eligibility criteria for chief executive officers for their...
- New York's fortunate 100.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Crain's New York Business; 1994 Book of Lists, Vol. 9 Issue 52, p40
Presents a chart on the top chief executive officers (CEO) in New York state. Criteria used in ranking the CEOs; Total pay for the fiscal year 1992; Estimated value of 1992 stock option grants; Total percent change from 1991; Firm rank by 1992 revenues; Firm net income in 1992; Inclusion of the...
- Managers say chief executives make 20 to 30 times too much.
Wackerle, Frederick W. // Corporate Board; Jul/Aug91, Vol. 12 Issue 69, p27
Comments on the salaries of chief executive officers in the United States. Critical remarks of rank-and-file employees; Comparison of salaries with executive from Japan or Europe.
- Executive pay: Out of control?
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; Jan/Feb92, Vol. 12 Issue 72, p1
Discusses the issue of rising pay for chief executive officers (CEO) in the United States. Increase in executive pay while corporate profits stagnated or dropped; Criticism of corporate boards for their alleged responsibility in soaring CEO pay; Implications of huge pay for poor performance for...
- Careful review disputes the CEO pay multiple myth.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; Mar/Apr92, Vol. 13 Issue 73, p28
Presents information on the pay received by chief executive officers in the United States compared to other countries. Criticisms raised against the pay received by chief executives; Comment by Ira Kay, managing director for the Hay Group; Chief executive pay as a multiple of the average entry...
- CEO pay mix is focusing more on long term.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; May/Jun92, Vol. 13 Issue 74, p28
Interprets the data from the Hay Group's Executive Compensation Database. Projected present value of long-term incentives for chief executive officers (CEO) in 1985; Popular methods to encourage long-term performance from executives.
- CEO pay not immune to hard times.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; Nov/Dec92, Vol. 13 Issue 77, p28
Looks at a Towers Perrin study which analyzed salary and bonus patterns for chief executive officers in the United States in 1992. Evidence for a link between company performance and compensation increases; Indication of salary cuts.
- CEO compensation increased eight percent in 1992, with a stronger link to performance.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; Jul/Aug93, Vol. 14 Issue 81, p27
Reports on the increase in the total annual compensation for chief executive officers in 1992. Reflection on improved corporate earnings; Linkage of pay to performance; Percentage of increase of the median bonus; Cashing in on long-term awards; Stock options.
- Compensation & recruitment.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; Nov/Dec93, Vol. 14 Issue 83, p26
Reports on the annual compensation of corporate chairman who does not hold the title of chief executive officer (CEO). Percentage differential with CEO compensation; Median compensation among companies with annual sales in excess of one billion dollars; Separation of responsibilities between...
- Financial CEOs remain the highest paid.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; Mar/Apr96, Vol. 17 Issue 97, p27
Focuses on the results of the Conference Board's 1995 study on executive compensation which states that chief executive officers in the financial services industry receive the highest total compensation. Analysis of the 1994 total compensation of the five highest-paid executives.
- CEO pay rose 11.6 percent in 1995.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; Jul/Aug96, Vol. 17 Issue 99, p27
Reports that median total annual compensation for chief executive officers increased to $1,560,500 in 1995 from the previous year. Median bonus.
- Average 1996 CEO pay rose 11 percent, with options now a third of the pay package.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; May/June97, Vol. 18 Issue 104, p25
Reports on average chief executive officer (CEO) compensation rates in 1996. Total pay and stock options; CEO base salaries.
- CEOs have become major owners.
Levin, Carl // Corporate Board; Mar/Apr98, Vol. 19 Issue 109, p26
Details the survey by Pearl Meyer & Partners of chief executive officers (CEOs) of 200 largest companies which have become major owners of the companies they serve. Average paper value of the CEO's equity in the companies they serve; Scenario in the decline of the stock market.
- CEO pay: Facts and fallacies.
Lorsch, Jay W. // Corporate Board; May/Jun99, Vol. 20 Issue 116, p1
Investigates whether chief executive officers (CEO) are overpaid in the United States. Causes of criticisms on CEO compensation; Arguments supporting the current CEO compensation; Factors contributing to the increases in CEO salaries.
- `How do CEOs sell themselves'?
Greenberg, Herb // Forum (10566937); Jun96, Issue 169, p65
Discusses how chief executive officers can exercise leadership and exude confidence in promoting their vision. Testing leadership during difficult transitions; Personality attributes required in selling; Empathy; Need to persuade others; Inspiring confidence in others.
- Holtze takes boutique route.
Walsh, John P. // Hotel & Motel Management; 9/3/2001, Vol. 216 Issue 15, p1
Focuses on the property and facility improvement of Magnolia Hotels in Denver, Colorado. Renovation of the design and construction of the hotels into boutique-style hotels; Career background of Steve Holtz, chief executive officer of the hotels; Description of hotel services.
- Indiana's highest-paid CEOs.
Walsh, John P. // Indiana Business Magazine; Jul97, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p12
Lists Indiana's highest-paid chief executive officers based on 1996 pay and bonuses. 1996 long-term compensation and stock options exercised; Percentage change in pay and bonus between 1995 and 1996; 1996 company revenue and net income; Educational attainment.
- BUY THE BOSS--OR THE COMPANY?
Klee, Kenneth // Inc.; Mar2002, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p52
Discusses the contribution of chief executive officer (CEO) to stock and investment performance of a company. Characteristics of a hypothetical CEO; Examples of effective leadership; Ways to identify leaders.
- Taking Responsibility.
Koten, John // Inc.; Nov2002, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p14
Describes the readers of 'Inc' magazine, particularly chief executive officers, who take daily responsibility for their decisions. Business information and topics offered by the magazine to its readers; Expression of gratitude to the magazine's departing editor, George Gendron.
- Entourage meets the best of Tucson technology.
Delgado, Steve // Inside Tucson Business; 10/14/2002, Vol. 12 Issue 29, p10
Reports on the showcase of technological resources to the Canadian delegation of chief executive officers (CEO) in Tucson, Arizona. Duration on the visit of CEO; Assessment of the CEO on the technologies; Participation of the CEO on the knowledge exchange forum in optics and photonics.
- How does a CEO get a report card?
Liebermann, Thomas R. // Industry Week/IW; 1/22/96, Vol. 245 Issue 2, p29
Discusses a framework for the evaluation of chief executive officers (CEOs). Determination of performance through the use of an economic value creation (EVC) grading system; Description of scales, parameters and measurements used in the grading system; Responsibilities of CEOs.
- CEOs speak out.
Moskal, Brian S. // Industry Week/IW; 11/18/96, Vol. 245 Issue 21, p12
Reports on the plans of thirteen chief executive officers in the United States for 1997. Optimistic economic assessment; Increase in profitability and revenues; Expansion plans. INSET: Follow the leader, by Tim Stevens..
McClenahen, John S. // Industry Week/IW; 11/18/96, Vol. 245 Issue 21, p20
Reports on the concerns of chief executive officers about growth and globalization of businesses. Promotion of more non-Europeans into senior globe management; Management revolution; Priority given by companies to growth. INSET: Signal of sleeplessness..