Most powerful CEOs of the year 2014

Most powerful CEOs of the year 2014

Harvard business review (HBR) has been selected most effective CEOs of the world. Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos stands top among the list, because Jeff has increased the value of Amazon assets by $140 billion and delivering to meet the share holders returns. Amazon often reports quarterly losses, even as sales continue to rise says Harvard Review editor. The process has been started by listing out the most powerful CEOs of the world from the list of 832 current CEOs. They decided on the basis of the returns they have gained from the first day to as of now. Some other interesting facts revealed by this review are engineers are good bosses as decided by that most of the CEOs are engineering graduates and the major fact is that only two out of top 100 are women. Most powerful CEOs of 2014 are noted as below as per the Harvard business review:
1. Jeff Bezos of Amazon
2. John Martin of Gilead Sciences
3. John Chambers of Cisco Systems
4. David Pyott of Allergan
5. David Simon of Simon Property Group
6. Lars Rebien Sorensen of Novo Nordisk
7. Hugh Grant of Monsanto
8. J. Michael Pearson of Valeant Pharmaceuticals
9. Mark Donegan of Precision Castparts
10. William Doyle of PotashCorp
11. Tadashi Yanai of Fast Retailing
12. David Novak of Yum Brands
13. Michael Wolf of Swedbank
14. Pablo Isla Alvarez de Tejera of Inditex
15. Marc Benioff of Salesforce.com
16. Oscar Gonzalez Rocha of Southern Copper
17. Stephen Wynn of Wynn Resorts
18. James Taiclet Jr of American Tower
19. Elmar Degenhart of Continental
20. George Paz of Express Scripts
21. Tsai Ming-Kai of MediaTek (tie)
22. Paolo Rocca of Tenaris (tie)
23. Reed Hastings of Netflix
24. Ronald Havner Jr. of Public Storage
25. Michael Balmuth of Ross Stores

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