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a person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization

of, for, or relating to administration or administrators

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To the executive they assigned the sole authority to implement the legislature's laws, but denied the executive authority to make law or appropriate money.
The executive with a mix of stock vehicles is ultimately more likely to realize much of the full $4.0 million value--first, because restricted stock is less risky and second, because investing in a mix of equity vehicles increases the chances the award will perform well under different financial circumstances.
Nunzio Dei Greco, RCE, Chief Executive Officer; David Diamond, Rosenberg-Diamond Development Corp.; Mark Engel, Langsam Property Services Corp.; and Sandra Silverman, Banquet Chairperson.
* Heinz Haller, joined the company on June 1 as senior vice president, Strategic Development and New Ventures, and will assume executive oversight for Dow's activities in Asia Pacific.
Executive education programs can be customized or open.
The NAVSEA executive director chairs the CDP Board of Governors, which is composed of NAVSEA Senior Executive Service members (SES-ers).
Reinhold says, women should consider attending a women-only executive education program.
We tend to hire low- or mid-level junior executives and groom them within our company, which usually involves international assignments for them.
When it comes to executive education, Latin American companies today are thinking more about growth and innovation than cost control, says Bandarkar of Stanford University.
Richard Grimes: President and Chief Executive Officer, Assisted Living Federation of America, Fairfax, Va.
With life insurance in place, a covered executive is free to choose a pension life-income option that provides the highest monthly payout.
Tell them--or, more important, tell their administrative assistants, who are the true source of power because they control the schedules--that you are doing an "executive communication audit."
She is an executive team member of the JPMorgan Chase Community Development Group; the senior officer in charge of Community Reinvestment Act compliance at JPMorgan Chase Bank, Chase Manhattan Bank, USA, N.A., and J.P.
This executive compensation compliance initiative will focus on eight issues: (1) nonqualified deferred compensation; (2) stock-based compensation; (3) the $1 million cap on deductible compensation; (4) golden parachutes; (5) split-dollar life insurance; (6) transfers of compensatory options to related parties; (7) offshore deferred compensation arrangements; and (8) executive perks.
Occasional and special publications which may be issued from time to time will be distributed as the Executive Board determines.