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Which CEO Do You Have Less Confidence In?

CNBC.com
Monday, 22 Aug 2011 | 7:58 AM ET

Two Dow components are under fire: Hewlett-Packard's stock fell hard last week after CEO Leo Apotheker unveiled strategic changes that will take at least a year to execute. One analyst says "people just lost confidence in the company." Then there's Bank of America. CEO Brian Moynihan is cutting jobs to cut costs, but the stock has already lost 50 percent of its value this year.

Which CEO do you have less confidence in to turn his company around?

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HPQ
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