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Articles from Chief Executive (U.S.) (January 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
Another M & A frenzy. 328
Bose's sound strategy: Bose says it's been able to innovate better than public companies. Shuldiner, Herbert Company Profile 1933
Building diversity: more than just a policy, getting true diversity is about execution. 437
China's high-tech hero. Dickie, Mure Brief Article 312
Darts & roses. 80
Data fatigue--go figure: we're all growing immune to large round numbers. Queenan, Joe 756
Don't blame the schools. Gardner, Walt Letter to the Editor 173
Eliot Spitzer's 'crusade'. Weston, Josh S. 324
Getting a grip on information technology: CEOs are learning how to manage their CIOs. Mitchell, Russ 1790
Going for growth: capturing technology to spur top-line growth. Mitchell, Russ 1529
Hesitant but hopeful. 627
How to ensure integrity: proper behavior must be defined and measured. Hooijberg, Robert Column 696
In defense of the dollar. Holstein, William J. Editorial 488
It's time to revise Sarbanes-Oxley. 364
Japan's elder power: most Western CEOs have yet to discover the nation's imminent spending boom. Aritake, Toshio 1252
Manufacturing pain: urgent action is necessary for the U.S. to maintain its muscle. 408
Mending transatlantic ties: to prosper, Europe and the U.S. need each other. Schrempp, Jurgen E. 668
Nonprofit muscle: buoyed by billions of dollars in new funding, NGOs are increasingly on CEO radar screens. Are they new pests or constructive partners? Birchard, Bill 2069
Rolls revs up: how Sir John Rose saved Rolls-Royce's aircraft business from the post-9/11 abyss. Heller, Richard 2237
Romancing the West: beach house? They'll take a Big Sky ranch. Fannin, Rebecca 1649
Route to the top: with the demands of the job intensifying, it's a tough slog to the top--and even harder to stay there. Warner, Joan 3363
Texas tops list of business-friendly states. 443
The estate tax lives: here's how to minimize its impact on your heirs. Pellet, Jennifer 900
The feds must open, link databases. Editorial 321
The fiefdom syndrome: former Microsoft and P & G exec Robert J. Herbold shares secrets on how to bust up bureaucracies. Herbold, Robert 1955
The K-12 dilemma: what can be done? Joel Klein, at the frontier of schools reform in New York, urges CEOs to lobby Washington on behalf of public education. Rogers, Paul 1863
The Sixth Annual CEO leadership summit: global forces are transforming the U.S. economy. Wise policy will be essential to maintain competitiveness. Holstein, William J. Panel Discussion 2123
The U.S. health care crisis: can CEOs turn up the heat on Washington for solutions? Mitchell, Russ 1941
Unintended consequences: it was meant to help, but Sarbox is wreaking havoc on the bottom line. Will CEOs take it laying down--or push back? Prince, C.J. 2156
Upwardly mobile: with its new A6, Audi earns full luxury status. Wilkinson, Stephan 595

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