Chief executive officers or CEOs call the shots. And they ultimately get most of the credit when things go well and shoulder most of the blame when they don't.
Most Americans don't ever have the opportunity to hold the title of CEO during their working years. As they build their career, most people develop special skills or market knowledge but remain subject to decisions made at higher levels.
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