Some articles on senior executive, senior, senior executives, executive:
... served there until 1985, when he transitioned to the private sector, where he was a senior executive with Ernst Whinney from 1985 to 1989, responsible for a national practice that conducted financial feasibility ... From 1989 to 1997, he held several senior executive roles at Van Kampen Merritt, which after its merger with American Capital became Van Kampen American Capital, with over $50 billion in assets across 75 different ... Bob was a Senior Executive with The Hartford Mutual Funds where he also served as an Officer of all 55 funds with assets totaling $84 billion ...
... The Treasury announced their intention to buy senior preferred stock and warrants from the nine largest American banks ... including "(1) ensuring that incentive compensation for senior executives does not encourage unnecessary and excessive risks that threaten the value of the financial institution (2) required clawback ... On December 19, 2008, President Bush used his executive authority to declare that TARP funds may be spent on any program that Secretary of Treasury Henry ...
Famous quotes containing the words executive and/or senior:
“To me the sole hope of human salvation lies in teaching Man to regard himself as an experiment in the realization of God, to regard his hands as Gods hand, his brain as Gods brain, his purpose as Gods purpose. He must regard God as a helpless Longing, which longed him into existence by its desperate need for an executive organ.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“Adolescents have the right to be themselves. The fact that you were the belle of the ball, the captain of the lacrosse team, the president of your senior class, Phi Beta Kappa, or a political activist doesnt mean that your teenager will be or should be the same....Likewise, the fact that you were a wallflower, uncoordinated, and a C student shouldnt mean that you push your child to be everything you were not.”
—Laurence Steinberg (20th century)