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CEO vs. Owner: The Key Differences Between the Two High-Level Positions

CEO vs. Owner: The Key Differences Between the Two High-Level Positions

Small businesses and big corporations have one thing in common: the person at the top is ultimately responsible for the success or failure of the organization. For larger businesses, particularly publicly traded companies, the chief executive officer, or CEO, is the highest-level person, while small businesses are typically started and run by their owners....

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