By Martha Graybow NEW YORK, Dec 22 (Reuters) - Despite a push by investor activists to break the jobs of corporate chief executive and chairman into two, a lot of chiefs are adding more titles to their resumes than ever. In recent years, there has been a modest increase in the number of companies that split the jobs, bowing to pressure from shareholders who say a separation provides checks and balances. But they are still in the minority and many of the largest have bucked the trend. ...
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