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 Translation for 'chief executive' from English to Serbian
NOUN   a chief executive | chief executives
SYNO Chief Executive | President | President of the United States | ...
пословођа {м}chief executive
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Translation for 'chief executive' from English to Serbian

chief executive
пословођа {м}
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Usage Examples English
  • In 2007, Amway Greater China and South-east Asia Chief Executive Eva Cheng was ranked no.
  • When she was elected in 2017, Owens was the first black woman to lead a mainline denomination as their chief executive.
  • Beckham was unveiled at Milan's training facility by the club's chief executive Adriano Galliani on 20 December 2008.
  • The charges were dropped on 29 January 2014 after much public criticism as well as a request by Iceland's chief executive, Malcolm Walker.
  • In early 1954, the Old Guard put forward a constitutional amendment, called the Bricker Amendment, which would curtail international agreements by the Chief Executive, such as the Yalta Agreements.

  • Krulak has served as the Senior Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of MBNA Europe (2001–2005) and was based at the Chester campus in the UK.
  • The prime minister is the chief executive.
  • In June 2017, it was announced that Alex Mahon would be the next chief executive, and would take over from David Abraham, who left in November 2017.
  • Cleveland operates on a mayor–council (strong mayor) form of government, in which the mayor is the chief executive.
  • In the 2011 International Professional Ranking of Higher Education Institutions, which is established on the basis of the number of alumni holding a post of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or equivalent in one of the Fortune Global 500 companies, Chalmers ranked 38th in the world, ranking 1st in Sweden and 15th in Europe.

  • The chief executive of a central bank is usually known as the Governor, President or Chair.
  • In nearly all cases, the monarch is still the nominal chief executive, but is bound by convention to act on the advice of the Cabinet.
  • Whereas Bell had become the chief executive in a sport that was largely seen as second-rate and heading a league still plagued by franchise instability, by his death the NFL was a financially sound sports enterprise and seriously challenging Major League Baseball for preeminence among sports attractions in the United States.
  • Often reporting to the chief executive officer, ethics officers focus on uncovering or preventing unethical and illegal actions.
  • The current chief executive of the council is Jim Savege and the elected Council Leader is Jim Gifford. Aberdeenshire also has a provost, who is Councillor Bill Howatson.

  • In 2005 Willie Walsh, managing director of Aer Lingus and a former pilot, became the chief executive officer of British Airways.
  • Norio Ohga, who had joined the company in the 1950s after sending Morita a letter denouncing the poor quality of the company's tape recorders, succeeded Morita as chief executive officer in 1989.
  • The council has had four Chief Executives since its formation – Sandy Watson 1996–2006, David Sawers 2006–2011, Richard Stiff 2011–2017 and Margo Williamson 2017 to date.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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