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Half of all CEOs don't quit, they're fired

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Half of all CEOs don't quit, they're fired

When companies announce that their CEO is departing for pastures new, they may offer a number of reasons why, from the boss choosing to take on some charity work or moving on to take on a new challenge.

It’s very rare that they will reveal that the CEO was in fact fired due to their poor performance during their tenure.

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