Mo Wang
University Distinguished Professor, Lanzillotti-McKethan Eminent Scholar Chair and Associate Dean for Research and Strategic Initiatives Mo Wang

Aflac’s CEO gave us that obnoxious, genius duck and changed the insurance industry. Now, he’s facing his aging customers’ mortality—and eventually his own

Associate Dean and Lanzillotti-McKethan Eminent Scholar Mo Wang shares his insights on how companies with aging CEOs are impacted, like Aflac’s Dan Amos, who is now the fifth-longest-serving CEO of any Fortune 500 company.

For example, on average, companies’ financial performance tends to drop 29 percent from the mean after a CEO retires, according to a working paper by Wang. 

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