Tuesday, 18 June 2013

10 Most Loved CEOs In The World

10 Most Loved CEOs In The World
The list below shows 10 Most loved Amazing CEO’s in the world

10. Tim Cook

Tim Cook is the Chief Executive Officer of Apple. He was named the CEO in 2011 when Steve Jobs resigned. Tim Cook filled the position of one of the greatest visionaries of our time. Cook had worked for 14 years at Apple gaining great experience. He makes decisions in an organization that has revolutionized the manner in which people view and use technology. He is a soft-spoken man and works hard. He begins sending emails at 4.30 am before he even starts his morning jog.

9. Daniel Levy

Daniel Levy is the CEO of Premier League Football Club since 2001. He is a Cambridge Economics graduate. He was the CEO of Minor football clubs such as AEK Athens before taking the big role. His management skills have made the club participate for the initial time in UEFA Champions League

8. Jim Sinegal

Jim Sinegal is the founder and CEO of Costco. This is the third-biggest retailer in the U.S.A. He is an amazing leader and has proved this through increased sales of a variety of goods to members.
Sinegal is known for treating his staff very well and ensures that clients are satisfied with goods and services offered as well as ensuring shareholders as pleases. He utilizes 40 weeks traveling to check Costco’s 582 shops within the globe, ensuring shoppers are pleased and staffs are working hard.

7. Fujio Mitarai

Fujio Mitarai has served as the CEO of the camera giant Canon for a longtime. The company fortunes were steadily reducing until Fujio took over in the 90′s.
He is admired because of his concerns on retirement regulations and policies in Japan. He acted as the Chairman of Japan’s influential Keidanren Business lobby, pushing the authorities to overhaul the tax system and social security so as to make sure workers get paid after retirement.

6. Laura Lang

Laura Lang is the CEO of Time Inc. She previously headed the Digitas Inc. She got the job at America’s leading magazine organization even though she has never written a magazine story or sold magazines. She survived breast cancer and plays the electric bass.

5. Mohammad Shahjahan

He took over as the CEO of Grameen bank in 2011 when the founder CEO Mohammad Yunus resigned. He is dealing with a battle against loan, superstitious villagers, rival banks and governments to provide fair loans to deprived, mostly female workers in underprivileged communities.

4. Jorn Werdelin

He is the CEO as well as the co-founder of Linde Werdelin. This is an inventive watch brand specialized in creating ultimate limited edition mechanical watches with clip-on digital tools for skiing and diving. He was born into a family where watches have been considered as the basis of daily living for three generations. Werdelin spent his early days in a family-owned timepiece and jewelry boutique in Denmark. His passion for timepieces, outdoor games and adventurous lifestyle increased as he grew. He has done an amazing job by launching automatic timepieces incorporated with attachable diving and skiing tools. Linde is among the few companies that have fully embraced the online world and engaged in e-commerce.

3. Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. He has been on the list of Top Money Manager’s of the 20th century. He is also considered as one of the greatest investors on the globe. Buffett is admired for being modest and a relatively frugal man who offers his riches to charitable causes.

2. Wale Tinubu

Oando Plc CEO Tinubu speaks during a Reuters interview in Lagos
Tinubu is well known as the King of African Oil. He is the CEO of Nigerian Oil and Gas Company, Oando. He is recognized for investing in the Niger Delta and enhancing fundamental education in Nigeria.

1. Lakshmi Mittal

Lakshmi Mittal is the CEO of ArcelorMittal. This is the globe’s greatest steel producing company. He is among the richest men on the globe.