Why some CEOs want to call it a day

05/16/2013 | Reuters

A number of top executives at major corporations have quit in recent months without being under pressure to do so. That's perhaps a sign that being the boss of a big company is less rewarding than it might seem to outsiders, experts say. "The reality is it's grueling. It's really tough, and there comes a point where you don't want to do it any more," said executive headhunter Ian Butcher.

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