Wall Street & Chief Executive Officer

Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City, named after and centered on the eight-block-long street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan. A chief Executive Officer (CEO, American English), managing director (MD, British English), executive director (ED, American English) for non-profit organizations, or Chief Executive is the highest-ranking corporate officer (executive) or administrator in charge of total management of an organization. 5.0/5

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An old-school vision for the future of Wall Street (Video): Thomas Michaud, chief Executive Officer at KBW,…
Well, for all of the doom and gloom and naysayers out there who've spent their time and energies damning President Obama and Universal Health Care, if you had bought stock, instead of advice from the Nabobs of Negativity, you would have made a bundle of money. The stock market closed out its best week of the year on Friday as investors focused on company earnings and brushed off another weak economic report. Campbell Soup climbed after reporting earnings that beat the estimates of Wall Street analysts. Cliffs Natural Resources, a mining company, also jumped after its earnings beat analysts' expectations and the company named a new Chief Executive Officer. The Standard & Poor's 500 has wiped out almost all of its loss for the year after a big slump in January, and is now just 10 points below its record close of 1,848 reached Jan. 15. Stocks slumped last month because of concerns about the outlook for growth in China and other emerging markets and worries about the health of the U.S. economy. “For all pra ...
World's leading airline for the fifth consecutive year is . At a ceremony in Doha, Qatar, Etihad Airways took home the prestigious titles of World’s Leading Airline, World’s Leading First Class, and World’s Leading Airline Cabin Crew. Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), enjoyed stunning success at this year’s World Travel Awards last night, taking top honours for the fifth year in a row. Established in 1993, the World Travel Awards recognise the very best travel organisations in the world through a global vote by travel professionals from 171 countries. The Wall Street Journal calls them the ‘Oscars of the Travel Industry’. James Hogan, Etihad Airways President and Chief Executive Officer, said: “It is a huge honour yet again to receive three of the travel industry’s highest accolades, and especially so as we mark ten years of successful operations. “The awards recognise Etihad Airways’ continued success and our focus on consistently delivering to hi ...
A MUST READ. This came in email today.A must read for all you Obama lovers.A MUST READ. Where are Jim, Tim, and Franklin now? Just in case you might have wondered how their ineptitude affected their lives after they ruined so many dreams and lives. Where are Jim, Tim and Franklin now? Here's a quick look into the three former Fannie Mae executives who brought down Wall Street. Franklin Raines - was a Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Fannie Mae. Raines was forced to retire from his position with Fannie Mae when auditing discovered severe irregularities in Fannie Mae's accounting activities. Raines left with a "Golden Parachute valued at $240 million in benefits. The Government filed suit against Raines when the depthof the accounting scandal became clear. Tim Howard - was the Chief Financial Officer of Fannie Mae. Howard "was a strong internal proponent of using accounting strategies that would ensure a "stable pattern of earnings" at Fannie. Investigations by federal regulators a ...
If you don't get it...whatever. This is from Wikipedia a group that has a lot more scruples than the man they describe. You can only imagine what the truth is. With the new Democratic administration under President Bill Clinton in January 1993, Cheney left the Department of Defense and joined the American Enterprise Institute. He also served a second term as a Council on Foreign Relations director from 1993 to 1995.[53] From 1995 until 2000, he served as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Halliburton, a Fortune 500 company and market leader in the energy sector. Cheney's record as CEO was subject to some dispute among Wall Street analysts; a 1998 merger between Halliburton and Dresser Industries attracted the criticism of some Dresser executives for Halliburton's lack of accounting transparency.[54] Although Cheney is not named as an individual defendant in the suit, Halliburton shareholders are pursuing a class-action lawsuit alleging that the corporation artificially inflated its st ...
To take one concrete measure of their support, records show that roughly two dozen members of Mormon families provided nearly $8 million of the financing for the “super PAC” working to elect Mr. Romney, Restore Our Future, putting them in league with its Wall Street, real estate and energy donors. Prominent Mormons including David G. Neeleman, the JetBlue founder, and Eric Varvel, the chief Executive Officer of the banking division at Credit Suisse, are on his finance team. -The NY Times Brad Malt, the trustee of the couple's blind trust, added that Romney and his wife last year claimed a deduction for $2.25 million of their $4.02 million in charitable contributions, reports the AP. In the previous year, a large percentage of those contributions went to the Mormon Church. Critics, including President Obama, have urged Romney to release more than just the two years of returns and follow his father's model. When George Romney ran for president, he released 12 years of tax returns. – -Newsread.com Not ...
the GOP Corruption never ends.are the Dems perfect, *** Nooo..but they care MOre about the average person.OBAMA - Biden 2012 Wall Street Critic Pawlenty to Head Financial Services Lobby By Jesse Hamilton - Sep 20, 2012 11:51 AM ET Tim Pawlenty, the former Republican governor of Minnesota who criticized Wall Street while running for president last year, is joining the Financial Services Roundtable as president and chief Executive Officer. Pawlenty, 51, will take over from the retiring Steve Bartlett as CEO of the Washington-based group that represents 100 of the biggest financial-services companies, including JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM), Bank of America. Corp. and Citigroup Inc. (C) The new job means quitting his post as national co-chairman of Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign, Pawlenty said today. June 8 (Bloomberg) -- Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty talks about his plans for economic growth, budget deficit reduction and entitlement spending. Pawlenty, former Minnesota governor, speaks ...
Will Durst: Romney for First Lady ... You might say it was a turbulent week for Mitt Romney. You could also say a light lemon sugar wash makes for ineffective mosquito repellent. He claims to have totally left Bain Capital to run the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics even though his company handed the government multiple signed documents stating otherwise and now financial questions plague his campaign like a swarm of dive-bombing bees in a bathroom stall. The presumptive GOP nominee finds himself in the uncomfortable position of having to convince skeptical voters someone can serve as a firm's President, Chairman of the Board, chief Executive Officer, sole stockholder, junior janitor, cafeteria server in a plastic hairnet and still have absolutely nothing to do with the direction of the company or anything that's going on. You might say he's invoking a modified Wall Street bankers' defense. It boils down to whether he played any active role after leaving in 1999 and his subsequent retroactive retiremen ...
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