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Articles from Chief Executive (U.S.) (September 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
A dose of telemedicine: can use of broadband control health care costs? Smith, Bill 600
CEO transform thyself: in turning Textron around, Lewis Campbell found it necessary to turn himself around. Donlon, J.P. 1114
Confidence suffers again. 497
Data duty: federal courts insist companies police their recordkeeping. Sanli, Nevin 812
Do hedge fund activists have you in their sights? You pick up the phone one day and the caller says, "hello, I'm your biggest shareholder." Now what? Shiftan, Andrew 1875
Fit to be CEO: how some CEOs link fitness and performance. McLaughlin, Peter 1732
Going Dutch: as the company's first woman and non-Dutch CEO, Nancy McKinstry was both an insider and an outsider. Interview 1449
Inside M & A banking: how do you protect a CEO from paying too much? Kuhn, Robert Lawrence 1452
Lessons from the Wal-Mart wars: why CEOs should take a hard line against programs that compensate businesses and workers who can't compete. Epstein, Richard A. 2099
New deans, new directions: changes at the top bring innovation to the traditionally staid world of top business schools. Fannin, Rebecca A. 2403
P & G's A.G. Lafley honored. 479
Politics of the top job. Editorial 226
Protecting your assets: your life is complicated enough. Here are some ways to put your mind at ease. Kroll, Arthur H. 1702
Realizing the high performance enterprise: what are the commonalities among companies that achieve enduring success? And how do you instill them at your organization? Pellet, Jennifer 2643
Technology's impact on branding: in a tech-driven customer world, CEOs need to stay on top of brand building. Radzievsky, Yuri 1373
The essential epiphany: what it's like working every day in a "Harvard Business School" case study. Interview 2318
Thorns & roses. 97
Time for a new trope. Donlon, J.P. Editorial 426
Time to remove our SOX. Editorial 399
White-collar witch hunt or failure of nerve. Letter to the editor 1250
Whose ox was Gore-d? How to profit from the coming apocalypse. Queenan, Joe Column 608

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