CEO's Personal Life Can Affect Company

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Studies show that chief executive officers' personal lives can adversely affect their companies' stock prices. For example, stock prices can plunge if a CEO buys a new house or yacht. A 15 percent decline can occur if a CEO's spouse dies.

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