Definition of 'exec'
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What they resent is chief execs getting paid for failure. The Sun (2016)Her plans will include giving workers an advisory role on committees that decide pay and perks packages for senior execs. The Sun (2016)But do your senior business execs really understand the extent to which they are responsible for the information held by your organisation? Computing (2010)Hundreds of senior execs get the car allowance on top of their six-figure salaries. The Sun (2016)It is the last thing chief execs want to hear as Chinese clubs look to swoop for our big stars. The Sun (2017)The chief exec added:'We will keep them as minimal as we can. The Sun (2016)When the sale is carried out, the manager gets a piece of it again from either the agent or the chief exec as a thank you. The Sun (2016)DEALS will still be able to be completed, thanks to chief execs and club secretaries working away from stadiums right up to deadline. The Sun (2017)Critics pointed out top FTSE 100 chief execs typically only stay in the boardroom for five years. The Sun (2017)The first ad exec to work on the account discovered this. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It came out as though the club execs were getting straight on a plane. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She will perform a showcase for record execs there and will begin working on new songs for her album. The Sun (2007)Typically the chief exec moves up but this is frowned on by City watchdogs. The Sun (2010)It offers more than 200 places shadowing a chief exec or other senior company figure. The Sun (2015)Last night she met Universal record execs. The Sun (2013)It seems her record execs' plan to get her noticed is coming together nicely. The Sun (2009)TWITTER lost some characters after four senior execs quit the struggling social networking site. The Sun (2016)THE record exec is one of the most powerful men in the music business. The Sun (2011)But then this is the organisation that just a couple of years ago happily spent 25million on massive payoffs for senior execs. The Sun (2015)The record company exec hid under his hoodie in a feeble bid to go incognito after dining with the singer in London. The Sun (2009)The pace of change in senior positions has been swift, with one senior exec moving on and others pushed into different roles. Times, Sunday Times (2014) TV execs hope it will rival the huge success of shows likes Heroes. The Sun (2009)Now they have fired a warning shot by poaching two senior execs from offline AND online rivals. The Sun (2013)The singer has lined up meetings with TV execs to discuss ideas for shows that he would then produce. The Sun (2011)But it left me to sort out the mess with opponents furious and TV execs pulling their hair out. The Sun (2008)One day they're there for tea in a big ad exec's office. Christianity Today (2000)Its own regulator criticised the payouts, which included a dozen execs getting more than 150,000 each. The Sun (2014)Though don't expect TV execs to put two and two together here. The Sun (2007)She had jetted to Hollywood for meetings with TV execs. The Sun (2009)No reason was given but it's rumoured to please some TV execs. The Sun (2015)Top UK execs would get 400,000. The Sun (2013)I wrote asking for contact details of the chief exec of HSBC. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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