The Chairman of the Board of a corporation is a member of the Board of Directors elected by his peers to determine the agenda of reunions and corporate officers' presentations, and ensure that the board work efficiently. It's not uncommon for the Chairman to also hold the offices of President or Chief Executive Officer. In some corporations, the by-laws give the Chairman an additional vote when there is a draw.
Chairmen of the big ten. See also Corporate Terminology for duties and functions.
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