Google CEO Larry Page develops as 'businessman of the year' for 2014
Larry Page, Google's CEO has developed as the 'businessman of the year' for 2014, edging past any semblance of Alibaba cofounde r Jack Ma and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, as indicated by Fortune magazine.
Page, who is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and fellow benefactor of Google, went ahead top in the 20 worldwide corporate pioneers' rundown assembled on the premise of different variables including organization's execution, authority style and aggregate shareholder gives back, the magazine said while bringing out its rundown.
Separated from Jack Ma and Zuckerberg, others in the race incorporated Apple's Tim Cook and fast food chain Chipotle co-Ceos - Montgomery Moran and Steve Ells - and Fedex executive & CEO Fred Smith.
Also, five ladies have made the sliced to the main 20 rundown.
Interestingly, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, who drove Fortune list in 2012, neglected to make into the main 20 rundown.
As Google's center business keeps on thriing, Page, who topped the rundown, is making "tremendous wagers on new engineering -ingestible nanoparticles, blow ups that shaft down broadband- that could characterize the future," the magazine noted.
Page and his organization have stuffed a great deal of development into a little more than 15 years of presence, it included.
The ladies contenders were Ultra Beauty CEO Mary Dillon, ITT CEO and President Denise Ramos, TJX Cos CEO Carol Meyrotwiz, Theranos Founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes and Williams-Sonoma President and CEO Laura Alber.
The rundown is focused around different parameters like money related consequences of the organization including 12-month and three year development in benefits and incomes, organization's stock execution and aggregate shareholder returns over the same periods.
Furthermore, a few non-money related components like business impact, initiative style, key activities had influence in assessment.