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As Chief Executive Officer at INTEL CORP, Brian M. Krzanich made $9,553,600 in total compensation.
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Last year, they held just 14.3 percent of executive officer positions at Fortune 500 companies
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executive officer (noun)

  • second in command of a military unit or ship
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Which has limited him a lot from executive (officer) positions at other companies.
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What is called a "government" elsewhere is called a "cabinet" in America, and is less important because federal executive officers serve at the pleasure of the President and have no independent power or electoral mandate.
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I took the Cisco Networking Academy classes through our Community College and I remember our teacher, who was an executive IT officer at M&T Bank (a CCIE), mentioned that the CCNP is only worth getting if you're in an environment where you will benefit from it.
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multiple breaches of League Rules and a discussion (by you or your agent on your behalf) with the head of U.S. Soccer that was in very poor taste and left a very bad impression with U.S. Soccermultiple incidents of insubordination with respect to the Club's Chief Executive Officer, including claiming at one point (in direct contradiction to the terms of the Employment Agreement) that he does not report to the Club's Chief Executive Officer.
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2014.11.17 | Afghanistan | Farah | 2 | 1 | A civilian and police officer succumb following at Taliban ambush.
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The basic or intermediate level is a good skill to have as a police officer at a minimum, as it helps you with stabilizing injured persons.
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Considering the following, I think a debugged engine for EverQuest is what the executives at Sony originally wanted, and that green-lighting Planetside 2 back in 2009 was just a shot in the dark.
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My great-great-great-great-great uncle is the namesake of the Bowie knife and was one of the ranking officers at the Alamo; James Bowie.
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Nice try, A.G. Lafley (Chairman of the Board, President & Chief Executive Officer of Procter & Gamble)
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I agree with what you say that the hate is directed at a minority of bad cops, but the fact that it does bleed into all other officers is a very dangerous thing (look at what happened to the two NYPD Officers; this week I think there were attempts at officers in Los Angeles and in Florida.)
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This part has me confused - you don't think that an officer speeding at over 120MPH, and not pulling over for an officer with lights and sirens for seven minutes shouldn't be arrested?
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The point when the police officer puts his safety first ahead of people he encounters is the moment society is better off if that person isn't a police officer at all.
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it's hard to hear on the tape but he blasts her when she was on the council the prior year as having voted against a safety officer at all.
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There may be an executive at the BBC that knows.
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Why is there a Banker class, and what is a Banker good for that a Police Officer won't excel at (both spawn with pistol, Banker has less ammo, what does Luck affect and why is the Banker lucky?)
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I also have been a safety officer at concealed carry courses, and we DRILL safe procedure into new owners until it is muscle memory to keep the finger far away from the trigger, and to engage the safety as soon as firing is done.
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If she's being pushed into this role by a boardroom of male executives at the risk of her career and livelihood, that's more coercive and oppressive.
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I'm a young white man, and don't trust police officers at all.
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Fortunately, they actually were able to dispatch an officer at the exact SFH residence so we were able to file a police report outside the house.
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What bothers me is you're spending your time posting things demonizing someone who was just sentenced, along with his brother, to several years of prison in a joke of a trial- the result of which was announced 2 weeks early with less than 24-hours notice, several thousand people still came out to protest, there were over 1000 OMON officers at Manezh and you don't want to talk about that.
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Your pseudonym would only be available to directors, executive officers, and law enforcement/courts if requested.
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the police union is governed by and represents the police themselves, so when dealing with police officers at large and in aggregate, the union can be seen as simply the formalized structure representing the aggregate body of officers.
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Also a bit of advice my Grandpa gave me (he was a state trooper) if you leave one arm casually out the window and the other hand between 12 and 2 on the steering wheel, it makes an officer much more at ease.
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There was an AMA several years ago with an executive chef at a steakhouse (remember because it was in my city), and he said he preferred his steak blue-rare.
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Your payment history and debt utilization has much more impact when a mortgage officer is looking at your application.
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Yeah DDoS-ing a huge corporation on Christmas might seem funny, but all it achieves is forcing their server admins to come off their Christmas breaks (unless there were staff who'd volunteered in any case) and work long hours while some executives scream at them while running around like headless chickens.
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Get a property receipt from the officer at the front desk.
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I believe Hunt swung the weapon towards Officers at some point.
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You think that two officers getting lunch at CiCi's pizza, filling their soft drinks at the machine don't have a "right to safety" to not get shot in the back of the head?
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The chief executive can fire any member of the executive branch, at any time, for any reason, period.
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I feel safer having a firearm and a large dog because I'm not naive enough to think that I can reason with someone who is robbing my place because they are in the throws of withdrawal and are desperate for their next fix and I live in a ruralish area with a rising level of robberies, thefts and very little police presence and if shit hits the fan, it could be 20 minutes or more until I have an officer at my doorstep.
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This small time offset would undoubtedly set into motion a series of events, id pass by a police officer at just the right time and get pulled over for speeding because im running a little late to work.
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I know for sure they have them Tuesdays at House of Rock (511 Starr Street) and Wednesdays at Executive Surf Club (309 N. Water), but I'm not sure what other locations have them on other nights.
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I can speak for Navy, all officers have at least secret clearance.
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By Stalingrad, their main role was reduced to one mostly of morale and indoctrination building, rather than a previous role of being basically the executive officer of a command.
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How much does an account executive at Comcast earn?
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I doubt you're an executive at all, Steve.
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RMPs always have two officers inside anyway, at least to my knowledge (which is fairly substantial).
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Yeah despite all the shootings around the city the last one I can remember directed at officers was that murder/suicide what, almost 2 years ago?
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We have a lot of gun crime in Richmond, but it's almost never directed at officers.
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GvG is basically taking 8 people from your guild/guild alliances/guild guests (at least one officer, at least two members of your guild) to fight and try to kill the enemy NPC Guild Lord.
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Ziade served as Ptech’s President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of its Board of Directors from February 1994 to 2003 while Peterson served as Ptech’s Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer from February 2001 to August 2002.
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There are tons of people waiting and jostling in line to become the CEO or executive at the top Canadian corporations.
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What he didn't know is that the MP's had seen him get into the jeep, and radioed down the hill, so as he's getting out of the jeep, two MP's approach him and tell him he has to go to speak to an officer at the MP headquarters, and that he's in deep shit for stealing the jeep.
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The guy was an executive at the fucking company.
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Section 32: Prohibited investment banking officers, employees and principals/ directors from serving as investment banking employees, directors, officers or principles at any member commercial banking institution.
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NCO is non-commissioned officer which starts at corporal or sergeant depending on your unit.
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