Apple’s Steve Jobs among candidates for 2010 MarketWatch CEO of the Year

This year, MarketWatch is asking readers to select the chief executive officer who has done the best job for his shareholders, customers and employees in 2010.

Review the five nominees, chosen by MarketWatch’s senior editors, from the list below and make your selection. You can only vote once. The CEO who gets the most votes will receive the MarketWatch CEO of the Year Award for 2010.

Current standings:
• 41.20% – Alan Mulally (Ford)
• 35.37% – Steve Jobs (Apple)
• 13.43% – Vikram Pandit (Citi)
• 06.51% – Reed Hastings (Netflix)
• 03.48% – Jeff Bezos (Amazon)

The winner of the CEO of the Year award will be announced on Wednesday, Dec. 8, along with MarketWatch’s choice for CEO of the Decade.

Vote here.

MacDailyNews Take: You know what to do.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Ben” for the heads up.]


  1. Greatness is determined not by a 1 or 2 year run!

    When you overcome disasters and plan right and execute on the long run, then and only then do you deserve a shot at being CEO of the year.

  2. They should outsource Vikram Pandit’s job to India. No, wait a minute…he’s…oh never mind.

    The bigger question though why is he even on the list? To have received $20 billion of TARP money only goes to show what a f***ing incompetent fool he is. Why does he still have a job at Citi when 1 in 10 Americans don’t have a job?

  3. Done!

    Current standings:

    Alan Mulally (Ford) 39.99% 
    Reed Hastings (Netflix) 6.02% 
    Vikram Pandit (Citi) 12.31% 
    Steve Jobs (Apple) 38.35% 
    Jeff Bezos (Amazon) 3.34%

    We almost got him there ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

  4. @Burrell
    Give me a break, you have to have a run of good years managing BEFORE the financial and product successes are out there. This stuff doesn’t design its self for crying out loud.

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