chief operating officer

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Synonyms for chief operating officer

the corporate executive responsible for the operations of the firm

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Costante previously served as chief operating officer and was responsible for all the company's operations, the company said.
Abbasi, while Richard Pence, a co-founder of the Company and its Chief Operating Officer, assumes the additional role of President.
Gary Tolman, president and chief operating officer.
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