Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
capitalization, capitalization and job titles
Which is correct?
The CEO is often the _______ of the company.
You only capitalize words like “president” when they are placed in front of a name to serve as a title. So you would write “President Obama,” but “The president’s name is Barack Obama.” In the case of Romney? Let’s not put those words together.
Jane Straus explains capitalization for job titles in more detail.
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