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   Of good and bad CEOs  

Page entitled : Good CEOs as entrepreneurs or poor CEOs, and American icons

Content of this page is about :
How the best CEOs are either "poor" or entrepreneurs and spontaneous listing of American icons, Jack Welch, Lou Gerstner, Roberto Goizueta, Michael Eisner and Reuben Mark.


Extract :
... out of 42) “Top 10 Best CEOs” were founders or heirs of the company’s founders, deriving most of their wealth from their original shareholdings rather than from their compensation. The best known among them are Jeffrey Bezos (Amazon), Irwin M. Jacobs (Qualcomm) and Charles W. Ergen (Echo Star) ...

 

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