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- “The number of chief executives who announced their departures in 2019 was staggering,” said Andrew Challenger, Vice President of Challenger in a press release.
It’s official — 2019 was the year of CEO exits.
Thanks to 160 chiefs leaving their posts in December, 2019 totaled 1,640 departures by the heads of U.S. businesses, higher than the 1,484 exits in 2008 when the country was embroiled in the financial crisis, according to Challenger, Gray, & Christmas. The firm started tracking CEO departures in 2002.
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