Powerful CEO’s including Mark Zuckerberg, Henry Kravis, Larry Page, and more.

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Powerful CEO’s including Mark Zuckerberg, Henry Kravis, Larry Page, and more.

  1. 1. Powerful CEO’s of 2013Powerful CEO’s including Mark Zuckerberg, Henry Kravis, Larry Page, and more.
  2. 2. Mark Zuckerberg• Name: Mark Zuckerberg, 28• Title: Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive of Facebook• By now almost everyone is on Facebook, but it just started off as a small social network out of his Harvard dorm room. While Mark initially came up with the idea, he worked with 4 other classmates to actually co-create Facebook.
  3. 3. Larry Page• Name: Larry Page, 39• Title: Founder and Chief Executive of Google• Larry was the CEO of Google from its founding in 1998 until 2001, and recently took the job back. Page, and co-founders Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt have 65.8 percent of the class B voting shares.
  4. 4. Henry Kravis• Name: Henry Kravis, 69• Title: Co-Chair and Co-CEO of KKR• Henry Kravis co-founded KKR (one of largest private equity firms) with his cousin George Roberts and mentor Jerome Kohlberg. In 1989 it orchestrated the $25 billion buyout of RJR Nabisco, as well as many other major brands.
  5. 5. Marissa Mayer• Name: Marissa Mayer, 37• Title: CEO of Yahoo• Marissa Mayer made headlines when she left Behemoth and became the CEO of Yahoo while expecting her first child. She has been the CEO for less then a year, and is working to turn Yahoo! around.
  6. 6. Warren Buffet• Name: Warren Buffet, 81• Title: Chairman and Chief Executive of Berkshire Hathaway• Warren Buffet is well known in the business world for his work at Berkshire Hathaway (a conglomerate holding company). In February of 2013, he announced a huge deal with Jorge Paulo Lemann’s 3G Capitalfor $23.2 billion.

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