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chief executive officer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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chief executive officerˌchief exˈecutive ˌofficer noun [countable]  BOHIGH POSITION OR RANK (abbreviation CEO) the person with the most authority in a large company
Examples from the Corpus
chief executive officerHe succeeds Robert L.. Gable, 65, who continues as chairman and chief executive officer.Marriott will remain chairman and chief executive officer with law, finance and corporate relations departments continuing to report to him.McGrory is now chief executive officer of Price Enterprises.It gave Becton the title of chief executive officer and conferred extraordinary powers upon him.
From Longman Business DictionaryChief Executive OfficerˌChief Exˈecutive ˌOfficer abbreviation CEOHUMAN RESOURCESJOBS the manager with the most authority in the normal, everyday management of a company. The job of Chief Executive Officer is sometimes combined with other jobs, such as that of PRESIDENTHe is the company’s chairman, president and Chief Executive Officer. officer
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