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NEW YORK: Corporate PROs may have less time than they think to

publicise their latest CEO, according to a Ketchum survey of 1,000

investors. David Rockland, director of Ketchum's Reputation Lab, said,

on average, CEOs have just 18 months to make a difference at a public

company before shareholders will boot them out. Rockland said the survey

reflects the onus placed on PROs to communicate rapidly and well within

months of a CEO change.

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