October 19, 2009

The Business of Politics: Owner’s or CEO’s opinions can affect the bottom linePittsburgh Post-Gazette
CEOs Tally Health-Bill Score: Drug makers and hospitals figure to benefit, while insurers brace for a big hitWall Street Journal
Your CEO’s won one more top award? Too badCorporate Board Member
Why do many women execs leave? Xavier University business professor tries to find outCincinnati Enquirer
Executives keep low profile at CEO convention on energyWall Street Journal
Dell’s Extreme Makeover: How Michael Dell is trying to change almost everything about the computer company he foundedBusiness Week
Sabre Holdings’ CEO Sam Gilliland talksDallas Morning News
Sabre Holdings CEO Sam Gilliland talks (part II)Dallas Morning News
Mike Bloomberg Owns This Town: With shrewdness and luck, an imperious idea of democracy, and plenty of money, the mayor has made himself the only political player in New York who really mattersNew York Magazine
In appreciation of Bruce Wasserstein (1947–2009)New York Magazine
Video: Microsoft CEO predicts big things for next decade – NECN TV
Microsoft CEO: Economy not through all issues – Dow Jones Newswires
Patience is key to running a business, CEO says: Ross Manire of ExteNet Systems had to work through initial failures to sell antennasChicago Tribune
CEO in business to just create a buzzPalm Springs Desert Sun