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A C-level executive is a high-ranking executive of a company in charge of making company-wide decisions. The “C” stands for “chief.” Some best-known C-level executives include the chief executive officer (CEO), chief operating officer (COO) and chief information officer (CIO). Of all the C-level executives, the CIO has the most bearing in IT, as the CIO is responsible for all of the company’s computer systems.

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  1. shinichi says:

    I Look At You And All I See Is Failure.

    Don’t fall for this type of life. It’s a trap.

    by Tim Denning

    https://medium.com/swlh/i-look-at-you-and-all-i-see-is-failure-c3f0d553c9cb

    Long hours, spreadsheets full of revenue numbers, a huge ego, weekly interstate plane trips, no partner, kids you don’t know and lots of money you don’t need.

    On the outside, you’re taking the business world by storm. Your MBA helps you talk in that C-Level business language that some people aspire to speak their entire career.

    You can throw huge statistics out there at a dinner party and you’ve done business with more brand name…

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