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exec

(ɛgˈzɛk)
n. an executive. The execs are well treated around here.
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For over 15 years, Execs In The Know has built a reputation of excellence in the Customer Management Industry and a worldwide community of over 50,000 Customer Experience Professionals.
Taxing issues While executives are in alignment with the general population in pointing to our tax system as a cause of economic inequality in the United States (84% execs vs.
Sentiments are less divided when looking at more outsized income groups, with majorities of execs and the general population alike seeing taxes as being too low currently for people with incomes of $1,000,000 per year (56% execs vs.
Emboldened by my encounter with the CEO who fired his president for wasting people's time, I started asking senior execs a new question:
Look for Berman to hire two senior development execs and commit to a three-year-plus, semi-exclusive deal at the Burbank-based studio.
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