Chiefs [adjective]

Definition of Chiefs:

most important, essential

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BlackRock chief investment officer of global fixed income Rick Rieder asks rhetorically in a note.

Over the past three months, the shop has seen three to four times the number of sales month over month, according to Rob DeChiaro, chief digital officer of Golf.

If all that weren’t enough, Dalio lost an arbitration fight with ex-staffers, is feuding with his former co-chief executive and has axed dozens of employees.

The former president and CEO of Bank Leumi, Israel’s largest bank by market cap, says no chief executive “should sit in their chair for dozens of years.”

That’s now halved to four, said chief revenue officer Josh Stinchcomb.

Jensen Huang, the chief executive officer of chipmaker Nvidia, has presented his decision to purchase semiconductor design firm Arm from Japan’s SoftBank as all about artificial intelligence.

The Phoenix-based company also said it terminated a former chief financial officer and that his departure was unrelated to the company refunding reservation deposits for its first truck prototype, as Hindenburg suggested.

Condé Nast’s women’s health and wellness title Self has licensed its brand in some capacity since it launched in 1979, according to editor-in-chief Carolyn Kylstra.

He is an operations-focused executive like Cook rather than a product visionary like Jobs or former design chief Jony Ive.

She is skilful in seizing salient characteristics, and her chief aim is to preserve the individuality of her sitters and models.