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Do CEOs Need Term Limits?

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Release Date: 08/06/2022

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The world’s energy crunch is a battle between platitudes and physics. Leaders may want to pay closer attention to the physics part. So for more insight on the world’s energy crunch we reached out to a cartoon chicken.  Wait, what?  Doomberg is an anonymous team of analysts covering energy and economic trends. Their newsletter is Substack’s #1 finance publication and the group is represented by a cartoon chicken.  Motley Fool Senior Analyst Nick Sciple caught up with Doomberg’s head writer for a chat about: - The state of Europe’s energy crisis.    -...

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What does it take to be a great CEO in 2022? Leading with a True North, and breaking down some of the crusty hierarchical structures. Some leaders get it, and some really don’t. During Bill George’s tenure at Medtronic, the company’s market cap rose from $1 billion to $60 billion. He believes that leading with authenticity is one of the reasons he was able to help do that. Ricky Mulvey caught up with George to discuss his forthcoming book, “True North: Leading Authentically in Today's Workplace” as well as:
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- Mary Barra’s big goals at General Motors
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Stocks mentioned: MDT, MSFT, META, BBY, VMEO, GM

Host: Ricky Mulvey
Guest: Bill George
Engineer: Dan Boyd