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These Fortune 500 CEOs Are Most-Admired by Their Peers

May 14, 2019, 10:42 AM UTC
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Which Fortune 500 CEO is most admired by his or her peers?

That’s one of the questions that we asked on this year’s CEO poll, and got a flood of answers. But two names stood out:

J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon was the choice of 24% of the CEOs responding.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was the choice of 17% of those responding.

No one else came close, although Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Walmart’s Doug McMillon each got 7% of the vote.

Others with more than one mention: Disney’s Bob Iger, AGCO’s Martin Richenhagen, and Marriott’s Arne Sorenson. The one female CEO to get a mention: Occidental’s Vicki Hollub, who beat out Chevron in the battle over Anadarko.

And here’s a bonus question: If CEOs have the time to watch television, what’s the one show they watch? A lot of sports and business answers here. But when it comes to entertainment, CEOs apparently watch the same thing as the rest of us: Game of Thrones. Some 17% of the CEOs named the show as their one TV pleasure. Lessons in leadership, I guess.

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