Published with permission from Knowledge @ Wharton , Wharton’s online business journal. When Kenneth Chenault first came to American Express more than 30 years ago as a young executive just off a two-and-a-half year consulting stint
This core bond fund remains one of the market's very best.
re also not yet sold on some of the company's recent acquisitions, or the price management paid for these firms. CEO Kenneth Chenault has been with the company for more than 30 years, serving in a variety of capacities. Overall, we think he guided the
insight over time, perhaps enhancing targeted customer offers and driving higher spending per card. Turning to people, Ken Chenault (age 62) has been CEO for 12 years, and we give him high marks. Working closely with his predecessor Harvey Golub, Mr
insight over time, perhaps enhancing targeted customer offers and driving higher spending per card. Turning to people, Ken Chenault (age 62) has been CEO for 12 years, and we give him high marks. He joined the company in 1981 and during that time has
headed by GE (GE) CEO Jeff Immelt and comprises 26 'private-sector leaders,' including American Express (AXP) CEO Ken Chenault . Today's Markets In Asia , Japan -0.7% to 9448. Hong Kong +0.4% to 22508. China -0.2% to 2701. India
growth in discount revenue and total revenue during the next five years. We project revenue to resume growth in 2010.CEO Ken Chenault has managed admirably through some difficult times. After recovering from the 9/11 attacks and heavy losses in non-investment
various customer segments, a strategy that we believe could get a boost if the Visa and MasterCard verdict is upheld. CEO Ken Chenault said Amex will renew discussions with banks and aims to have the first bank-issued cards signed up by the end of 2004