Axios Edge: Why firing the CEO doesn’t change anything

When a CEO is forced out of a company, a lot of people hope and expect big changes. Much like Inigo Montoya in “The Princess Bride,” those people are going to have to get used to disappointment.

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1 Response to Axios Edge: Why firing the CEO doesn’t change anything

  1. bdc says:

    So true. In grade school (1950s), I subscribed to Business Week. I would read an article that the departing executives were incompetent and the incoming executives would turn things around. After a few cycles over several years with this company, it seemed that the reporter was only changing the names, with the incoming executives being now identified as the outgoing executives. Then I stopped my subscription.

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