On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 2:54 PM, <WJhonson(a)aol.com> wrote:
I would think that the CEO's of any
stock-exchanged company would be
notable, just from that alone. I have no idea what the market value of
is, but certainly it is, or was, at one time something substantial?
If it's only their involvement with the publicly traded company then
include a blurb about them in the article. Perhaps a redirect to
that section from the name.
When a person's project, company, singular achievement is the pretty
much the only noteworthy thing about them we're all better off if we
instead write about that thing and not about the person. In those
cases any article about the person will either be a POV fork of the
article about that thing in disguise, an uninteresting and
unencyclopedic yet invasive laundry list of factoids about the person,
or some mixture of the two.