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One of America's Toughest CEO Jobs: Fixing PG&E

One of America's Toughest CEO Jobs: Fixing PG&E


Patti Poppe surprised her own board with a multibillion-dollar plan to bury the utility’s fire-prone power lines. Bold action—and compassion—is needed to stabilize the company, she says. She calls the plan a win for customers and investors alike.

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