Tag: CEOs

Report: 13 Percent of CEOs Plans to Leave Hong Kong

Bupa Global released the latest “Bupa Global Executive Wellbeing Index 2022” report on Nov. 23, indicating that high-net-worth (HNW) individuals and top executives, especially in Hong Kong, are planning a career change next year, and 13 percent of CEOs are planning to relocate out of Hong Kong. According to the report, business leaders are under…


CEOs Warn This Winter’s Energy Crisis Will Be Nothing Compared to Next Winter’s Crisis

CEOs during a recent panel discussion warned that an energy crisis during the 2023–24 winter months could be even more challenging than the coming “difficult winter.” “We’ve got a difficult winter ahead, and subsequent to that we’ve got a more difficult winter in the year ahead of that, because the production that is available to…


‘Batten Down the Hatches’: What CEOs Are Saying About the Recession

Despite the U.S. economy slipping into a technical recession in the first half of 2022, CEOs believe that economic conditions could further deteriorate over the next six months, according to a recent survey from The Conference Board, a nonprofit business membership and research group organization. The Conference Board Measure of CEO Confidence report, which was produced in…


What America’s Most Prominent CEOs Are Saying About Recession

Despite the U.S. economy slipping into a technical recession in the first half of 2022, CEOs believe that economic conditions could further deteriorate over the next six months, according to a recent survey from The Conference Board, a nonprofit business membership and research group organization. The survey found that 98 percent of chief executives were preparing for…


Facebook, Google CEOs Aware of Formal Advertising Market Deal: Court Filing

WASHINGTON—Chief executives of both Google and Facebook were aware of a deal to carve up part of the online advertising market, according to an amended complaint filed by Texas and other states who have filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google. The deal with Facebook, which Google called Jedi Blue, was signed off by Google CEO…


Chief Executives Name California as Worst State for Doing Business

Commentary California is the worst state in the union for doing business—again. For the second year running, California ranked dead last in a survey of chief executives regarding the best and worst states to run companies. Even though California is home to the Port of Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, Hollywood and Napa Valley—all best-in-class for…