CEO Appointments Reach Record Levels  

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Companies in the first half of 2021 appointed a record number of chief executive officers, making up for a significant slowdown in the second half of 2020, according to the ‘2021 Route to the Top’ report from Heidrick & Struggles. The global intelligence survey shows that compared to their predecessors, new chief executives are more likely to be women (11 percent), to be from countries other than where the company is headquartered (30 percent) and to have cross-border experience (46 percent). “The appointments in early 2021 provide a first-look at the CEOs that will lead in a post-pandemic era,” said Jeff Sanders, the search firm’s

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