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Who’s in charge here? By: Charles Whipple
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The Cost to Shareholders of Picking the Wrong CEOs is a Stunning $112 Billion a Each Year


As the public debates the merits of the recent corporate tax cuts, most people are dangerously oblivious to a bigger and in the long run costlier problem: that of picking the wrong CEOs to lead companies in the first place. After all, even the most aggressive tax cut affects only a relatively small portion of a company’s income. But a CEO chosen to lead a business impacts its entire bottom line and the livelihood and well-being of every employee and their families...

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