chief executive officer

  1. the corporate executive responsible for the operations of the firm; reports to a board of directors; may appoint other managers (including a president)
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  • During the past four years, under the leadership of President and Chief Executive Officer Laura Murillo, the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has experienced a 600 percent growth in membership.
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  • Marriott will remain chairman and chief executive officer with law, finance and corporate relations departments continuing to report to him.
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  • Ronald W. Barrett, Ph. D., chief executive officer of XenoPort, stated, "We are focused on working with GSK to complete its CRL resubmission, which is still planned for later this year. Business Wire Travel News
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  • ICICI's chief executive officer K.V.Kamath said that in spite of steel prices hardening globally, ICICI will not lend any further to the industry.
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