What are 'Company President' duties?
It's actually a legal and structural thing. When a company is incorporated, the company must name a point person that is the key legal point-of-contact for the company - that person is called the President. Hence the President of a corporation is a legal role filed with the state of incorporation.
The CEO is an executive role - and not a legally required one. While almost all companies have CEOs, it is theoretically possible not to have a CEO, or to have multiple CEOs.
The Chairman is the leader of the Board of Directors - again a corporate norm, but not legally required.
If he/she has other duties such as financing, they will continue with those. They are only generally needed when the president of the company is not available or away, they will then have the presidents duties. Because they have been offered this position, they will also often be a close advisor to the president and next to step into that position when it is available
If both the president and the vice president are unable to fulfill their duties who takes over as president?
In the US government, there is no such title as President Emeritus. Ex-presidents have no duties unless the President or Congress asks them to take on some assignment. The title President Emeritus is sometimes given by Colleges or Universities to a retired President as a way of retaining a connection after retirement. A President Emeritus has no duties resulting from holding that title.
In the United States, the elected position of vice president does not have allot of required duties. Two duties, however, are important. The vice president is the presiding official in the US Senate. And, should there be a tie in the votes in the Senate, the vice president must vote to break the tie. If by chance the US president dies or is disabled, the vice president fills that office. Full time if the president…