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chief executive officer

noun as in president

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AJAM chief executive officer Ehab Al Shihabi struck a defiant note.

“Olivier has done great work at Theory,” Andrew Rosen, the brand's chief executive officer, told WWD.

Henry Ford, founder, chief executive officer, and dictator of the Ford Motor Company, unilaterally raised—doubled!

After the deal to buy Heinz closed in February, 3G installed a new chief executive officer: Bernardo Hees.

But 3G brought him to the U.S. to run Burger King as chief executive officer in 2010.

A constitution was produced in which the chief executive officer was to be called the First Consul, with enormous powers.

The doughty seaman turned to his chief executive officer, Mr. Kell.

There was no chief executive officer, no court of national judges, no defined legislature.

After all, he is no more than the chief executive officer of the Government.

The governor is the chief executive officer of the bank and the final source of authority in most matters of vital importance.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chief executive officer, such as: boss, ceo, leader, premier, chief of state, and commander in chief.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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