“This was the week of the disappearing chief executive…This level of executive churn is part of a longer-term trend. Last year there was more turnover among chief executives at the top 2,500 public companies than at any point since 2000 when Strategy&, a PwC consulting business, started collecting statistics. A new record is likely this year…A separate monthly tally of US chief executive turnover shows 15 per cent more at this point than last year’s record, according to its compiler, Challenger, Gray & Christmas. Last month was the most active since the recession of 2008.”Financial Times
September 29, 2019
“Some public investors were rightly annoyed by the Business Roundtable of CEOs pronouncing grandly last month that the era of shareholder primacy was over.”
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