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Agency executives said that they would be relying on NBCU to evaluate its own inventory’s contribution to an advertiser’s sales.

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By the end of March, it had announced a new editorial series, Business Insider Spotlight, which featured reporters interviewing prominent executives about major developments in their respective industries.

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Jake Hoffman, president and chief executive of the Phoenix-based digital marketing firm, confirmed the online workers were classified as contractors but declined to comment further on “private employment matters.”

Beyond Quinn, it’s not clear whether any executive branch officials have participated in von Spakovsky’s remote briefings.

We had all the free content, and then we had these very expensive, $15,000 executive conferences, and we had nothing in between.

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“Having been a legislator and a mayor, I particularly enjoy being a chief executive,” he said.

Reached for comment, one high-level industry executive refused to say a word.

Colfer adapted the later into a 2012 film, which he also executive produced and starred in.

All those bloodthirsty tweets and arcane exhortations and now we find out you were an advertising executive—an ad exec!

After the show, Executive Chef Michael Franey explained the process by which the theater selects its menu.

To Harrison and his wife there was no distinction between the executive and judicial branches of the law.

Polavieja, as everybody knew, was the chosen executive of the friars, whose only care was to secure their own position.

Its resolution will be put into practice with all fidelity by the executive power in its character of responsible government.

Up to that date the civil executive authority in the organized provinces was vested in the military governor.

But he was a man of marked executive ability, and when occasion demanded he wielded a facile and ready pen.


On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to executive, such as: managerial, governing, ruling, controlling, decision-making, and directing.

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