The Harvard Business Review has recently ranked top CEOs of large trade companies conducted over 2000 CEOs all over the world. This group represents 48 nationalities and companies in 33 nations.
1. Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs is the talented CEO of Apple company. Thus, Apple products under Jobs’s leadership continue to win mass appeal. Thanks to the contribution of Steve Jobs, Apple gains a revenue of $ 10.17 billion and net quarterly profit of $ 1.61 billion for the quarter ended December 27, 2008. During this period, Apple sold 2,524,000 Macintosh, a 9 per cent growth over the year-ago quarter. In addition, in 2008 Apple sold 10 million iPhones and more than 54 million iPods – a record 22,727,000 (iPods) were sold in the December.
2. Yun Jong-Yong
Yun Jong-Yong, the CEO of Samsung Electronics Company, has been with this group from 1966. In addition, during his long career in the group, he has won many awards. Among are bronze medal for contribution to industry, Republic of South Korea, 1990, gold medal for contribution to industry, Republic of South Korea, 1992, engineering alumnus award, Seoul National University, 1995, outstanding achievement in management award, most successful CEO in Korea, Korea Management Association,tion, 1999, Top 25 Managers of the Year, BusinessWeek, 2003, Asia’s Businessman of the Year, Fortune, 2000 and Asia Business Leader Award, CNBC, 2002.
3. Alexey Borisovich Miller
Alexey Borisovich Miller is deputy chairman of the board of directors and chairmanhe management committee (CEO) of Russian energy company Gazprom, and then the latter is Russia’s largest company and the world’s biggest natural gas producer. Besides that, in December 2005, Miller was named Person of the Year by Russian business weekly Expert.
Alexey Borisovich Miller
4. John T Chambers
Chambers who is chairman of the board and CEO of Cisco Systems, Inc joined Cisco in 1991 as senior vice president, worldwide sales and operations. Ever since Chambers assumed thed the role of CEO, and the company has grown from $ 1.2 billion in annual revenues to approximately $ 40 billion.
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5. Mukesh Ambani
Mukesh Ambani is the eldest of the Ambani brothers is the chairman, managing director and the largest shareholder of Reliance Industries with his own stake in Reliance Industries of 48 per cent. Moreover, his wealth valued at $ 32 Billion by Forbes makes him India’s wealthiest person.
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