On-the-road CEOs spell trouble
It's an odd but often telling indicator -- when the chief executive commutes a considerable distance instead of moving to where his company is headquartered, problems mount. But why?
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The only people to have much to do with CEO's is the media and Wall Street - and they're the ones who decide if he/she is successful. In the company? Just a guy making an obscene amount of money with not a lot of useful skills. A rule of thumb - the higher up someone is in a company, the less likely they can find a bathroom. That's how useless they are. If it's anything like my office, everything runs more smoothly when the moron is gone.
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