Two Indian CEOs Secure Top Positions In The List Of Top 10 CEOs of 2018

Two Indian CEOs Secure Top Positions In The List Of Top 10 CEOs of 2018

A list of the best CEOs for 2018 has been released by Comparably; companies rating platform and two India CEOs have managed a spot in top 3. Another big surprise is the fact that Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos did not even make it in the top 5 of the list. Well, here is a look at the top 10 CEOs for 2018.

Satya Nadella, Microsoft

Leading at the top position is this man from Indian origin who succeeded Steve Ballmer in 2014 to become the current CEO of Microsoft.

Craig Menear, The Home Depot

Home Depot is an American home improvement supplies retail company and Craig an American business executive leads the same.

Sundar Pichai

He is undoubtedly one of the most popular CEOs in the world and the history of Google. Born is India, Sundar heads the search engine platform.

Brad Smith, Intuit

Though Smith is all set to step down as the CEO of Intuit at the end of the year, he does make it to the list. Intuit is a business and financial software company that develops and sells accounting, tax preparation, and other financial software.

Brian Halligan, HubSpot

Brian Halligan co-founded HubSpot, a marketing software company based in Cambridge, MA.

HubSpot is a marketing and sales software company based out of Cambridge, and Brian who also is a professor at MIT heads the company as its co-founder and CEO.

Jeff Bezos

Declared as the richest man of 2018, Jeff Bezos heads the e-commerce giant Amazon

Bert Bean, Insight Global

Bert joined Insight Global as a recruiter in 2005 and since then worked his way up in the company and today he is the CEO of Insight Global.

Alex Shootman, Workfront

This Utah based software company that develops project management software is headed by Alex Shootman.

Marc Russell Benioff, Salesforce

Founder, Chairman, and co-CEO of Salesforce, a cloud computing company, Marc is a billionaire entrepreneur, writer and a humanitarian.

John Legere, T-Mobile

Apart from being the CEO of T-Mobile, this 60-year-old American businessman is also on the CTIA board of directors.

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