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Executive Perspectives

As part of an ongoing series, D CEO editors talked with top business leaders across various industries to see what they’ve learned in these unprecedented times, and how their companies are faring.

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Executive Perspectives: Charlie Morrison

Most people won’t feel comfortable going back to ‘life as usual;’ it’s imperative that brands position their businesses accordingly, says the Wingstop Restaurants CEO.
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Commercial Real Estate

Executive Perspectives: David Hicks

The CEO of HomeVestors says company franchises have bought more homes virtually in the last month than in the past few years combined.
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Executive Perspectives: Bill Munck

Tragic circumstances can define a business, says the managing partner of Munck Wilson Mandala.
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Commercial Real Estate

Executive Perspectives: John Zogg

COVID-19 has allowed the Crescent Real Estate managing director to collaborate and connect with customers like never before.
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Business

Executive Perspectives: Scott Kirksey

An environment of positivity with frequent communication will help fuel business continuity and success, says the BenefitMall CEO.

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Executive Perspective: Kate Rose Marquez

Physical distance isn’t stopping WiNGS nonprofit from providing women and families with resources needed to navigate the coronavirus, says CEO Kate Rose Marquez.
By Sofia Krusmark
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Executive Perspectives: Amy Power

Entrepreneurs and other leaders should not be afraid to ask for help, says the PR and crisis management pro.
By Plamedie Ifasso
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Executive Perspectives: Michael Newman

From virtual ‘Meditation Mondays’ to ‘Fitness Fridays,’ the emphasis is on staying connected, says the Dallas managing partner of Foley & Lardner.
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Commercial Real Estate

Executive Perspectives: Ray Sedey

Despite the pandemic our company culture has become stronger says CEO of McCarthy Building Companies.
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Executive Perspectives: Robert Quick

Doing what’s best for employees and the community is never a wrong choice, says il Bracco’s CEO and founder.