executive suite


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executive suite

An older term for a business center, a business arrangement granting no leasehold interests but allowing persons to enjoy the use of office space with a sharing of amenities such as conference rooms, lobby, phone system, copiers, and network facilities, as well as a sharing of clerical, support help, and facilities and personnel management.

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The Ritz-Carlton Doha has announced the launch of its Suite Dreams Package, which offers luxury travellers a five-star hotel experience in a 112sqm executive suite for QR3,320 per night.
This will be BusinesSuites' seventh executive suite location in Maryland.
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We who are blessed to have the opportunity to lead an organization from the executive suite should focus on how to manage our resources with honest leadership as our guide, not the manipulation of operating results for our own benefit.
And its employees -- from the executive suite on down -- routinely dress in outlandish costumes for Halloween and Mardi Gras.
A growing number of African-American professionals are finding career fulfillment not in the corner office of the executive suite, but in the cluttered office of the academic.
Usually, says Finkelstein, upper management has made some terrible mistake, despite having first-rate professionals in the executive suite.
It's eerily quiet in the executive suite these days--so quiet you can almost hear the earnings drop.
The exhibit floor's centerpiece is a 600square-foot, fully built-out, "forward-looking" executive suite.
People "lack access to jobs that pay decently," writes Ooms, as if workers are barred from the elevator that reaches the executive suite.

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