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Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

CEOs provide leadership that instills confidence in the company’s people and investors. Make the right choices, and your business will thrive. Make the wrong choices, and you may be looking for another job. From investments, restructuring and strategy to keeping costs and risk in check, CEOs set the course when it matters most.

Deloitte’s deep knowledge across industries, issues and markets can help CEOs make the right choices. We’ve supported leading companies around the world, analyzing their most pressing problems and tackling their toughest challenges. Here are some things we’ve learned along the way.

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