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Encyclopedia > Chief executive

Chief Executive may refer to:

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Chief Executive of Hong Kong - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (832 words)
The Executive Council is the de facto cabinet of the Chief Executive.
Under the Chief Executive Election Ordinance, the winning candidate to the election must declare that he is not a member of a political party, and will not become a member of any political party nor subject to the discipline of any political party during his term of office.
If the Chief Executive is not able to discharge his or her duties for short period (such as during overseas visits), the duties would be assumed by the Chief Secretary for Administration, the Financial Secretary or the Secretary for Justice, in that order, as acting chief executive.
Chief executive officer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (530 words)
A chief executive officer (CEO), or chief executive, is the highest-ranking corporate officer or executive officer of a corporation, or agency.
In these countries, the chief executive and the chairman of the board will always be different people.
In the United Kingdom many Charities and Government Agencies are headed by a Chief Executive who is answerable to a Board of Trustees or Board of Directors.
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