Hi, my name is Bob, and I made the unfortunate decision to remove the vending machines from the office: The
reports that local CEOs have been holding monthly support group/therapy sessions. "The meetings, called MindShare, echo support-group formats: Each executive stands . . . introduces himself, and announces a success or failure of the past few weeks."
is facing a hard battle as she attempts to gain the top post in Chicago-based
Teamters Local 743
, the third-largest local union, reports the
helps a 68-year-old former businessman with the age-old dilemma of how to "convince hiring managers that being a senior doesn't mean he's incompetent."
of the banking sector: The
will stay behind in Minnesota to show folks that the merged
still cares even as headquarters are being moved to San Francisco.
According to the
, "The simmering row between
Monopolies & Mergers Commission
boiled over yesterday after two senior members of the commission publicly criticized the behavior of
, Ladbroke's chief executive."
has the scoop on this year's Agenda. "The high-profile, exclusive, high-tech conference held in Phoenix annually by IDG will be held without
." Gates cited a prior engagement as a conflict. Perhaps a date with the
Department of Justice
will be working like an ox -- Babe the Blue Ox -- as he takes on the role of CEO of Canadian lumber giant
, according to the
Globe and Mail
If you think CEOs have to worry about the bottom line, think again. The
reports that things are getting cheeky between the
U.S. Coast Guard
and Seattle officials. The Coast Guard says that the average American behind is 46cm -- which is the standard allotment per person on the ferry between Seattle and a suburb. "But officials say the posterior standard has not kept pace with the expanding bottom line of citizens."