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Difference between CEO and President

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Forming an S Corp,with individual with great skill sets in Mgmt,his desire is to be CEO.
I located partnership,business,invited him to partner,and my expertise is acquiring business,marketing.He suggestd myself as President. I really don't want a competitive(who's the boss atmosphere) in a law firm you would just have Senior Partners,
Is there such a thing as President & Founder? Then if he were CEO, it may seem like a more level playing field> I did not see Founder anywhere in your material. Thank you very much. Bob Haunschild

Posted by Robert Haunschild (not verified) on Sat, 01/18/2014 - 19:46
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Hey Bob, 
Yes, there could be a President & Founder or CEO & Founder. Founder is a separate title that can stand as is or be attached to any other title. For example, if the founder of the company is working as the President of that company, then his title can be President & Founder. Similarly, if the founder of the company is fulfilling the duties of the CEO, then his title will be Founder & CEO. 

Posted by Vritika on Tue, 01/21/2014 - 11:00
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