Forty to forty
Rating of the most influential businessmen in the world under the age of 40 years.
Fortune magazine published a ranking of the most influential businessmen in the world, whose age reaches 40 years. The American edition has selected 40 people who are affected by decisions on the economic and social situation throughout the world. Topping the list is Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.
1. Mark Zuckerberg
Founder and CEO of Facebook
27 year-old founder of Facebook is among the top hundred richest people in the world. He created in 2004 a social network in 2011 gained 800 million users and has been estimated at $ 50 billion. Status of Mark Zuckerberg, who owns 24% stake in Facebook, grows annually by 2-3 times.
2. Larry Page
One of the founders and CEO Google
38 year-old Larry Page in 2011 again became Google CEO (after a 10 year hiatus). In his new position he first cut spending on non-priority projects, and put a maximum of resources to the new Google+ social network. According to the company, Google quarterly profit have never been as high as this year. State of the Page's estimated at $ 17 billion.
3. Greg Jensen
One of the CEO and CIO Bridgewater Associates
37 year-old CEO of the American hedge fund Bridgewater Associates has joined the company from the position of intern. Under his leadership (with 2 partners) state fund increased by 25%.
4. Aditya Mittal
35 year old son of the founder of ArcelorMittal steel giant is responsible for the company's European market, make decisions about expanding the business and manages all financial processes in the company. Father Aditya Mittal is ranked fifth in the ranking of the richest people in the world Forbes magazine. From his son waiting for nothing less.
5. John Arnold
Founder Centaurus Energy
37-year-old founder of Centaurus Energy hedge fund has an enviable flair for the situation in the gas market. Under his leadership, the state fund has reached $ 4 billion.
6. Brian Deese
Deputy Director of the US National Economic Council
to 33 years a graduate of Yale University became the deputy director of the US National Economic Council and Assistant to the President Obama on economic issues.
7. Daniel Ammann
Chief Financial Officer General Motors
39 year old New Zealander Daniel Ammann advised General Motors for years as a representative of Morgan Stanley Bank. In 2011, he moved to the car company for a permanent job. Career Daniel Ammann in GM started well: the year the company's revenues amounted to 6, $ 3 billion.
8. Jack Dorsey
Founder of Twitter, the founder and CEO Square
34 year-old Jack Dorsey - the author of several very successful startups. Invented them in adolescence system software to coordinate the logistics is still used by thousands of transport firms. The number of users of the social network Twitter, one of the founders of which he is already more than 200 million people. The latest idea Dorsey - mobile payment service Square is estimated at $ 1 billion.
9. Jeff George
The head of Sandoz, Novartis
38 year-old Jeff George came to work in a multinational pharmaceutical company Novartis in 2007. In 2008 he was entrusted with the management department of the Sandoz, involved in the production of generic drugs, the second largest company of this type in the world. Under the leadership of Jeff George Sandoz income doubled.
10. Sid Sankaran
Chief Risk Assessor, AIG
34-year-old Canadian, Sid Sankaran came to the US insurance company AIG after barely experienced severe crisis it. His task in the new position, make sure that this situation does not repeat itself. While he manages quite well.
The total list looks like this:
1. Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook
2. Larry Page, Google
3. Greg Jensen, Bridgewater Associates
4. Aditya Mittal, ArcelorMittal
5. John Arnold, Centaurus Energy
6. Brian Deese, US National Economic Council
7. Daniel Ammann, General Motors
8. Jack Dorsey, Twitter
9. Jeffrey George, Sandoz Novartis
10. Sid Sankaran, AIG
11. Sergey Brin, Google
12. Kevin Plank, Under Armour
13. Ryan Seacrest, Ryan Seacrest Productions
14. Cesar Conde, Univision Networks
15. Michael Hasenstab, Franklin Templeton
16. Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios
17. David Rhodes, CBS News
18. Daniel Ek, Spotify
19. Barry Silbert, SecondMarket
19. Boaz Weinstein, Saba Capital 20. Marissa Mayer, Google
21. Raj Shah, the US Agency for International Development (USAID)
22. Ryan Kavanaugh, Relativity Media
23. Libby Uedl, J. Crew
24. Koch, Franz, Puma (PPR)
25. Bow Bonin, PepsiCo
26. Mona Maurshed, McKinsey
27. Andrew Meissonier, Groupon
28. Dennis Crowley, Foursquare
28. Rio Karaeff, Vevo
29. Drew Houston, Dropbox
29. Arash Firdousi, Dropbox
30. Salman Khan, Khan Academy
31. Tony Hshieh, Zappos
31. Charles Best, DonorsChoose.org
32. Mike Karen, Elektra Records
32. John Janick, Elektra Records
33. Erin Burnett, CNN
34. Blake Mycoskie, Toms Shoes
35. Carolyn Everson, Facebook
36. Dan Yates, Opower
36. Alex Lasky, Opower
37. Thor Mirren, Grey New York
38. Scott Harrison, charity: water
39. Kevin Systrom, Instagram
40. Katrina Markoff, Vosges Haut Chocolate