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

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Title Author Type Words
Cars for connoisseurs: pricey wheels combine top style, with performance to match. Shuldiner, Herb 1958
CEOs treading water. 609
Dates changed for Korean Summit. 126
Desert luxury: a burgeoning oasis, Dubai is the new "in" place for the vacationing CEO. Fannin, Rebecca 1449
Finding the "right" shore: CEOs are getting savvier about choosing a location for outsourcing. Warner, Joan 2152
Fixing America's schools. Giuntini, Ron Letter to the Editor 249
Flight of the creative class: the U.S. must invest more in R & D and universities to retain its best and brightest. Florida, Richard 2193
George David steps out: chief executive of the year David wants to take United Technologies higher, faster and farther. Holstein, William J. Cover Story 2781
Getting R & D back on track: basic research, now at risk, needs major attention. Brody, William R. 669
HP chief faces short honeymoon. Girard, Kim 343
In defense of Sarbox: despite "noise" from some CEOs, Deloitte's James Quigley says Sarbanes-Oxley is working well. Interview 2105
In search of a new financial order: one global standard for financial reporting makes sense. Herz, Robert H. 599
Investors doubt CEO ethic. Prince, C.J. 449
Is Japan open for takeovers? Some, yes. But not the hostile variety. Aritake, Toshio 1233
It's time for Eliot Spitzer to step down. 675
Leapfrogging past today's IT mess: intelligence is moving toward the edge of networks. Jordan, Michael H. 641
Lessons from Baghdad: the military has much to teach CEOs about supply chains and RFID. Galuszka, Peter 2683
Not getting Asia: patronizing stereotypes can subvert entire business strategies. Interview 810
Out of the frying pan ... once a rising star at GM, Mark Hogan bolted to vie for a CEO's job at a smaller company. Buss, Dale 2084
Public vs. private companies. Cope, Richard Letter to the Editor 132
Putting your angriest customers to work: CEOs benefit by getting fed-up customers to tell it like it is. Queenan, Joe 694
Rick Wagoner: too much Mr. Nice Guy; GM's recent shake-up means it's make-or-break time. Buss, Dale 669
Should the top roles be split? The Brits say yes. But in the U.S., executives believe no one single model fits all companies. Palmer, Ann Therese 2049
The debate over Sarbanes-Oxley. Flynn, Timothy P. Letter to the Editor 519
The dollar, weak or strong. DiLiddo, Ronald Letter to the Editor 194
What kind of U.S. manufacturing survives? As the Henry Ford system goes away, a new model emerges. Nolen, George 644
What we stand for. Holstein, William J. Editorial 486

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