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    Successful CEOs Deserve their Huge Salaries Are America's CEOs paid more than they deserve? Many people's answer is a vehement: Yes. That view is reinforced anew every spring, when companies file their financial statements and we learn how much CEOs were paid last year. In 2003 the average pay for CEOs at 200 of the largest U.S. companies was $11.3 million--but there are a good number whose compensation packages approach the $100 million mark. Faced with these figures, Americans from all

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    What are some of the factors that determine whether it is the CIO or CEO who makes decisions within an organization? When would the CIO make decisions and why? Topic Three a. What are some of the factors that determine whether it is the CIO or CEO who makes decisions within an organization? When would the CIO make decisions and why? CIOs (Chief Information Officer) are senior executives responsible for all aspects of their information of company technology and systems. They direct

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    Memo to Martha Stewart, CEO of Martha Stewart Omnimedia Dear Ms. Stewart, I am writing to address some concerns I have about the future of your company, Martha Stewart Omnimedia (MSO). Perhaps the one issue that you are grappling with at present is about the Imclone scandal. You have been accused of selling $227,000 worth of Imclone stock based on inside information. Because of these charges of insider trading, your critics have summarily associated you with other disgraced company directors:

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    services in this province feel the pinch. In essence, if private corporations are going to be running all the services that the province of Ontario used to run, why bother having a provincial government? Maybe some day soon we’ll all be electing a CEO and not a premier. Bibliography 1. Redditt, Wayne. Interview. HighGrader Magazine Summer 2000 2. Scanlon, Barry. Press Release. OPSEU Website Sept. 7, 2000 3. Dawe, Brian. Interview. HighGrader Magazine Summer 2000 4. Daniels, Mary Lou. Press Release

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    Orin Smith CEO Starbucks

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    annual shareholders meeting. This was the last meeting for one of Starbucks’ most successful executives, Orin Smith. As the 62-year old Smith retires this month as Starbuck’s CEO, he will be remembered for his leadership in the company by turning the inspiration and vision behind Starbucks into a reality. When previous CEO Howard Shultz approached Smith to join the Starbucks team in 1990, there were only approximately 45 stores in the U.S. and Canada combined (Starbucks). Today, there are around

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    a New CEO INTRODUCTION Vermont Teddy Bear Company was founded in 1981 by John Sorinto selling hand sewn bears out of a pushcart in the streets of Burlington, Vermont. Since this time, the company's focus has been to design, manufacture, and direct market the best teddy bears made in America using quality American materials and labor. Until 1994, Vermont Teddy Bear experienced a great deal of success and profitability. Problems arose in 1995. Since 1995, the company has had two CEOs. It changed

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    Workgroups are defined as a set of two or more people who interact with each other to achieve certain goals or needs. A team is defined as a formal group who work together to achieve group goals. The Aberdeen organization is an organization that thrives off of team work. The tams ranged in size from 3 to 16 that managed every aspect of the plant's work. The teams are responsible for scheduling work hours, purchasing materials and tools, coordinating with other teams, evaluating team members' performance

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    Are CEO's Paid Too Much?

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    Pressure Being the CEO of a company is not an easy job. There is all kinds of pressure for a person in such a position to succeed. If they do not, then it is their job on the line. Therefore, they deserve to receive a large sum of money for the work that they do. It is the only way to compensate these employees for the tremendous strain that their job puts on them. It is essential that the employees get paid the amount of money that they deserve. Pay Should Reflect Performance When CEOs are being given

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    went global. And because of these very different strategies CNN is one of the major leaders in the television network industry, making about US$8 billion a year. Another similar example would be the airline industry. For the last fifteen years or so, CEOs of many major international airlines openly said how difficult it was to make savings in revenues and profits. Except one airline, whose operation has proven profitable since they start business activities in 1973 - Southwest Airlines of the US. This

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    of my own. As the roar dwindles into silence, we take our seats and the host presents last year's winner, who will in turn present this year's award to the Man of the Year. My eyes dart around the room spotting celebrities, professional athletes, CEOs, and other overqualified applicants, and previous winners, but my envious search ends as the host passes on the microphone to last year's winner. "Ladies and Gentleman," begins the speaker, "here is the moment you've all been waiting for." The speaker

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