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President

Highest-ranking officer in a corporation after the chief executive officer.

President

In a publicly-traded company, the second-highest ranking officer in the company. In smaller companies, the office of president may be combined with the chief executive officer (the highest officer). The president may or may not also be a member of the board of directors.

president

A leading decision maker of a company. The president is sometimes the company's chief executive officer.

president

a North American term for the chief executive or MANAGING DIRECTOR of a corporation or JOINT-STOCK COMPANY.
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The BiH delegation will be led by the Presidency Chairman Bakir IzetbegoviA.
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Our Presidency is convinced that efficient use of the investment instruments, pursuing structural reforms and promoting a responsible approach to public finances are at the heart of an economically strong Europe.
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Those who oppose the executive presidency are opposing it as a matter of policy.
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The office of the presidency has said that it is "surprised" by claims that it is insular, withholds information, and is "cracking down" on journalists.