Officer: What do you do?
As Mr Smith reacts, the officer puts him in a bear hug.
Chief risk officer Jehan Akhtar is also set to retire in May.
For the next minute, Officer Rolfe and Officer Brosnan stand over Mr.
He later served as the company's chief operating officer in 2013.
Brown was shot by Officer Darren Wilson after the officer encountered Mr.
As the officer was taking Taylor's license plate number, Taylor backed his car into the officer twice.
The man then threatened to attack the officer and began to struggle, which led the officer to use physical force, Winslow said.
Greg Macfarlane, Casper's chief financial officer and chief operating officer, is also leaving the company to take a job outside the sleep industry, the company said.
The insiders included directors, the chief financial officer, chief accounting officer, chief marketing officer, chief information officer, and the general counsel of Hertz.
Lütke announced in a blog post on April 14 that Chief Technology Officer Jean-Michel Lemieux, Chief Legal Officer Joe Frasca, and Chief Talent Officer Brittany Forsyth would be leaving the company in the coming months.
Noncommissioned officer (NCO), also spelled non-commissioned officer, military officer appointed by a commissioned officer, generally to supervise enlisted soldiers and aid the commissioned officer corps.
Surveillance footage reportedly shows Quaglin engaging with an officer while appearing "increasingly agitated and pointing his finger," before proceeding to "hold and push" the officer by the neck, which appears to contribute to the officer starting to fall.
Amid a broader strategy shift away from its famous pizza-making robots towards compostable packaging, Zume now finds itself without a chief business officer, a chief financial officer, a chief technology officer, and a chief revenue officer.
Other executives including Chief Operating Officer John Nallen, Chief Legal Officer Viet Dinh and Chief Financial officer Steve Tomsic will also forego their salaries through Sept. 30, effective immediately, the memo said, adding that pay cuts will impact about 700 Fox employees.
They are asking the Crown Office to hand over all correspondence between Peter Murrell, chief executive officer of the SNP and Nicola Sturgeon's husband, Liz Lloyd, Nicola Sturgeon's chief of staff, Sue Ruddick, chief operating officer for the SNP and Ian McCann, SNP compliance officer.
When I asked our chief information-security officer for policy advice on the medical data of our staff, he asked the chief people officer, chief information officer and chief technology officer to refer the query I had raised to my own office, on the advice of the chief medical officer.
(b) Definition — In this section, the term “no-knock warrant” means a warrant that allows a law enforcement officer to enter a property without requiring the law enforcement officer to announce the presence of the law enforcement officer or the intention of the law enforcement officer to enter the property.
But Vaynerchuk's point was that he's since hired a bunch of senior talent, including Jeff Nicholson, chief media officer, formerly a vice president of advertising at SocialCode; Andrea Sullivan, the chief marketing officer, from Interbrand; and Claude Silver, the chief heart officer (Vayner-speak for HR head), from Publicis.
Epstein is the latest in a series of new executive hires over the past year: New chief financial officer Tyler Sloat joined from Zuora in May, chief customer officer Pradeep Rathinam joined via its acquisition of AnsweriQ in January 2020, chief product officer Prakash Ramamurthy joined from Oracle in March 2020, and chief revenue officer José Morales joined from Atlassian in October.
- any person in the armed services who holds a position of authority or command
Example: an officer is responsible for the lives of his men
- direct or command as an officer
- someone who is appointed or elected to an office and who holds a position of trust
Example: he is an officer of the court
- a member of a police force
Example: it was an accident, officer
- a person authorized to serve in a position of authority on a vessel
Example: he is the officer in charge of the ship's engines
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Epstein is the latest in a series of new executive hires over the past year New chief financial officer Tyler Sloat joined from Zuora in May chief customer officer Pradeep Rathinam joined via its acquisition of AnsweriQ in January 2020 chief product officer Prakash Ramamurthy joined from Oracle in March 2020 and chief revenue officer José Morales joined from Atlassian in October