CEO performance ranks as major concern of investors around the world

July 2001
Hudson Valley Business Journal;7/2/2001-7/16/2001, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p20
Reports on the result of the Russel Reynolds Associates' annual survey of institutional investors. Identification of a company's financial performance as most important factors influencing investment decisions; Focus on chief executive officer turnover, succession and severance packages; Evaluation of corporate governance practices and global standards.


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