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AZ needs better executive succession plan, otherwise called a ‘lieutenant governor’ (access required)

In today’s business world, one of the first things a business consultant asks the CEO or owner of a company is, “Do you have a succession plan≠”  In Arizona’s case, today’s answer would be: “Yes, my plan calls for my competitor’s top executive to take over my business, terminate my upper management, disregard my established ...

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