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The CEO admitted that she sent an attached file having the illegal nine-dash line.

Labor Ministry projects monthly salary of $3,000 for SOE chairs, CEOs

The monthly salary offered to chairs and CEO of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) has been described as ‘too low’ compared with the managers of private enterprises. However, many workers still compete for the posts.

More high-ranking IT executives leave foreign firms for domestic companies

VietNamNet Bridge - More high-ranking executives are applying for jobs at Vietnamese IT firms after spending years working for foreign multi-national groups.

Vietnamese CEOs at multinationals – who are they?

VietNamNet Bridge - Years ago, only foreigners were appointed by multinationals to key posts at their branch offices in Vietnam. But that has changed.

‘Hot seats’ at banks change hands

VietNamNet Bridge - Big changes in key personnel at banks have occurred recently, though they have not always been made public.

State-owned bank also hires foreign CEOs

VietNamNet Bridge - Though foreign CEOs are commonly seen in privately run commercial banks, few banks where the state holds the controlling stake employ foreigners.

Uber board to discuss CEO absence, policy changes: source

Uber Technologies Inc's board will discuss Chief Executive Travis Kalanick temporarily stepping away from the embattled ride-hailing firm and consider sweeping changes to the company's management practices

Big changes expected in banks’ key personnel

VietNamNet Bridge - The race of candidates for ‘hot seats’ at commercial banks is heating up as the shareholders’ meeting season has begun.

Land price soars on Phu Quoc Island as a result of billionaires’ race

The investment boom on Phu Quoc Island, with the appearance of the biggest real estate developers, from Vingroup and Sungroup to BIM and CEO, has caused land prices to escalate daily.

The race for ‘seats’ at banks gets hot

VietNamNet Bridge - Big changes in key personnel in the banking sector are occurring as the bank restructuring process gears up.

Former FPT CEO finds new opportunities in US

VietNamNet Bridge - Two years after leaving FPT, Truong Dinh Anh, its former CEO, moved to live and work in the US.

More Vietnamese become CEOs in foreign conglomerates

VietNamNet Bridge - The positions of CEOs of many multinational groups are being held by Vietnamese as the business employ strategies to localize staff.

2015: a year with brilliant successes for startups

VietNamNet Bridge - Successfully calling for tens of millions of dollars from the world’s large investment funds, Vietnamese startups did well in the Year of a Goat.

Banks rush to change players on chessboard

VietNamNet Bridge - Three banks with no dong have new CEOs and many other banks have appointed their CEOs. The changes in the banking sector have never been so big.

VinaPhone changes President, CEO

VietNamNet Bridge - Mr. To Thai Dung, director of the Vietnam Post and Telecommunications Group (VNPT), Hanoi branch, has been appointed CEO of the mobile network VNPT - VinaPhone.

Vietnam’s ‘aircraft dream’ still far away

VietNamNet Bridge - The distance between the dream and reality of an aircraft industry in VIetnam is very wide, experts say.

Facebook's CEO and wife to give 99 percent of shares to their new foundation

 Mark Zuckerberg will put 99 percent of his Facebook Inc (FB.O) shares, currently worth about $45 billion, into a new philanthropy project focusing on human potential and equality,

Vietnamese, foreign businesses vie by offering high pay

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese businesses are now offering extremely high pay to hunt for talents to compete with foreign invested enterprises.

Facts and figures about veteran Vietnamese CEOs

VietNamNet Bridge – Most seasoned Vietnamese businesspeople were born in the 1960s and are aged between 46 and 55.

How much do Vietnamese pilots really earn?

Like colleagues in many other countries in the world, Vietnamese pilots are very well paid. According to the national flag air carrier Vietnam Airlines, a captain of the airline can receive VND200 million a month.