The Wall Street Journal: Which CEO had the Best Year? (Apple’s Steve Jobs in the running)

The Wall Street Journal is looking for the year’s best CEO.

The candidates (and their current vote percentages):

• Steve Jobs, Apple (49.2%)
• James Dimon, J.P. Morgan Chase (24.1%)
• Kenneth Lewis, Bank of America (18.8%)
• Raj Gupta, Rohm and Haas (7.9%)

Vote here by clicking on the CEO’s name you choose for “Best CEO” here.

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8 Comments

  1. All those CEO people mentioned are really creative types.

    Unfortunately, there are a number who have done really creative things with your money such as squander it, or even make it disappear entirely so that a tax handout is required from YOU to make up YOUR losses thereby keeping the whole jolly system going.

  2. @ Uh oh:

    Well, since the stock price has been hammered along with the rest of the market, even when Apple “beats the numbers” on quarterly reports, and goofballs print stories to manipulate the stock price, I don’t really think the lower stock price is Jobs’ fault. He’s pretty much done what one would want the CEO to do for a company.

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