CIO: 'Career is Over' or the new route to being the CEO?

Sooraj Shah
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CIOs are no longer thinking of their title as Career Is Over, but can they make it in other senior executive roles?

When Philip Clarke was made CEO of Tesco in 2010, it marked an important milestone within the IT industry. Clarke's story was astonishing; he started stacking shelves at the company when he was 14,...

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