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KUALA LUMPUR: Five government-linked companies (GLCs) and 10 family-controlled entities made up the top-20 listed companies on Bursa Malaysia with the highest-paid chief executive officers (CEOs) last year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Chief executive officers (CEOs) in Malaysia are maintaining a positive outlook with eight out of ten reporting confidence in the growth prospects for their company and the industry they operate in.
CHIEF executive officers (CEOs) globally rate revenue growth as the number one priority in their organisations' financial performance over the next three years, and have identified Asia as the catalyst for global growth, a study conducted by IBM Business Consulting Services said.
IN previous articles, I have discussed the problems associated with choosing independent non-executive directors (INEDs). These make the responsibilities of the nomination committees much more onerous than many members of such committees realise. What is true for INEDs is all the more true when it comes to appointing CEOs.
MOST Malaysian chief executive officers (CEOs) see foreign direct investment (FDI) as having a strong impact on the country's economy, with 55% of those polled by the 2003 Q2 Malaysian TEC Index citing declining or stagnant FDI as the greatest threat to the nation's economic future.
Nine out of 10 chief executive officers (CEOs) in Asia Pacific are upbeat about revenue growth in the next 12 months and over the next three years, according to the PricewaterhouseCoopers' (PwC) 10th Annual Global CEO Survey.
MALAYSIAN chief executive officers (CEOs) are becoming more bullish on the local economic conditions over the next 12 months, with 83% of those polled by the 2004 Q1 Malaysian TEC Confidence Index expecting improved conditions compared with only 79% in the fourth quarter 2003.