The myth of the "global CEO"

04/17/2013 | CNNMoney/Fortune

Despite the success of émigré executives such as Coca-Cola's Muhtar Kent and Sony's Howard Stringer, "global CEOs" remain a relative rarity, according to a Booz & Co. analysis. Even at the largest multinationals, only a quarter of incoming CEOs weren't born in the country in which their company was headquartered. In the U.S., meanwhile, just 14% of firms hired foreign-born bosses.

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