Among the findings of PwC’s “2018 CEO Success study”, women accounted for 4.9 per cent of incoming CEOs in 2018, down from an all-time high of 6 per cent in 2017. Photo: Alamy Stock

Among the world’s biggest companies, CEOs are spending less time at the top, while instances of ethical failings are on the rise, survey finds

  • PwC’s 2018 ‘CEO Success study’ shows a number of important trends underway affecting top corporate leaders
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Among the findings of PwC’s “2018 CEO Success study”, women accounted for 4.9 per cent of incoming CEOs in 2018, down from an all-time high of 6 per cent in 2017. Photo: Alamy Stock
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Ryan Swift

Ryan Swift

Ryan Swift is a senior business reporter focused on wealth management, green business, the shipping industry and the gaming industry. He was chief editor of The Peak and Asia-Pacific Boating magazines.