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Determining who belongs on CNBC's list of business influencers has led to spirited debates. Today, we pit Sandy Weill against Jamie Dimon.
If we're picking the most influential leaders of the past 25 years, we have to include Boeing CEO Jim McNerney, says CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
One is a maverick. The other, a master of the turnaround. But what they share is the belief you can do things better in the auto business.
From the birth of social media to streaming movies, the media industry has exploded in the past 25 years because of these guys.
Of course, when we talk tech game-changers there's Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. But do you know who Jony Ive or Hasso Plattner are? You should.
What follows is a list of shoo-ins that we think particularly deserving of inclusion, followed by a list of laggards to consider:
Lee Raymond, former CEO of ExxonMobil, and George P. Mitchell, the man who pioneered fracking, should be on the CNBC 25.
Much has changed over the past 25 years when it comes to retail. Here is a look at those who have changed the way people shop.
Of the 200 business leaders on CNBC's list, here are some who have had the biggest impact in the consumer goods category over the past 25 years.
Apologies to Harry Potter fans, but J.K. Rowling doesn't belong on the CNBC list of the top 25 business movers and shakers over the last 25 years.
As CNBC seeks to find the 25 most influential leaders, Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg argues it should include some famous failures, including WorldCom's Ebbers and Enron's Lay.
CNBC's celebration of our 25 years kicks off with our definitive list of people who have had the biggest impact on business over the past quarter century.
CNBC is remembering the most impactful leaders of the past 25 years — and we can't do that without acknowledging some of the villains who changed the world like Milken and Madoff.
We love $4 lattes but we can live without them. We can't live without our computers. And that's why, for Herb Greenberg, the list of most influential leaders comes down to these two.
From the iPhone to Googling it, these tech pioneers gave us stuff we couldn't live without. Check out the "Kudlow" team's picks for the 25 most influential leaders—then cast your own vote!
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen announces the list of top 200 business leaders who helped change and transform the business world, including some controversial names like Kenneth Lay and Michael Milken. Viewers are asked to cast their vote at Cnbc.com/25-vote.
Clotaire Rapaille has been called "a corporate prophet," and he has some interesting forecasts for China, the Mideast and women's role in the world.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen provides insight on the most influential people according to CNBC in changing business, leadership, and products and services we consume.
CNBC's Scott Wapner introduces Carl Icahn as one of the contenders for CNBC's most influential people of the last 25 years.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera takes a look at what the ultra-wealthy is likely to look like twenty-five years from now. London and New York will be among some of the cities with the most high-net worth individuals in 2039.
An era of innovation dominated by secretive corporate labs is ending. Time for you to help crowdfund the future.
Tips on the best-performing portfolio strategies and global market trends that can help you become a smarter investor.
CNBC and Institutional Investor host the 4th Annual Delivering Alpha Conference.