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Australia, December 6, 2016 –Thirty-three of the ASX 200 companies saw a turnover in Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in 2015, with the tenure of Australian CEOs edging above the global term in office for the first time in five years, PwC's Strategy& annual study of chief executive succession released today reveals.
Australia, November 1, 2016 –Australia still lags behind global peers on innovation with research and development (R&D) spend amongst some of Australia’s largest companies falling relative to their global counterparts, according to PwC Strategy&’s 2016 Global Innovation 1,000 study.
Sydney, November 26, 2015 – Thirty-five of the ASX 200 companies saw a turnover in Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in 2014, almost 35 percent more than the global average, including 8 forced succession events which cost $8 billion in foregone shareholder value, PwC’s Strategy& 15th annual study of chief executive succession released today reveals.