C-suite

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From C in chief + suite.

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C-suite (plural C-suites)

  1. (management) The group of officers of a business organization who have the word "chief" in their titles.
    Synonym: CXO
    • 2012 September 22, “Schumpeter: The magic of good service”, in The Economist[1]:
      THE customer is king. So some firms have started appointing chief customer officers (CCOs) to serve the king more attentively. These new additions to the (already crowded) C-suite are supposed to look at the business from the customer’s point of view.
  2. (management) Senior headquarters executives.

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