Who is the sexiest CEO?
There are a few winners on the list of the 50 most attractive chief execs.
Frankly, you won't see many of these folks on the cover of People magazine. But yes, I'll give some sexy points to the No. 1 choice, Ben Rattray of Change.org, and even Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan (JPM) has a little va-va-voom left.
There aren't many CEOs of public companies on the list. Maybe that's because running a public company could make you go gray and develop worry lines overnight. Instead there are quite a few heads of fashion websites, lingerie companies, dance exercise companies and candy stores.
Here are the public company CEOs who made the list:
Frederic Oudea, Societe Generale (SCGLF)
Angele Ahrendts, Burberry (BURBY)
Jeremy Stoppelman, Yelp (YELP)
Marissa Mayer, Yahoo (YHOO)
Kazuo Hirai, Sony (SNE)
Lisa Gersh Hall, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (MSO)
Kevin Plank, Under Armour (UA)
Bill McDermott, SAP (SAP)
Bob Iger, Disney (DIS)
Gregg Steinhafel, Target (TGT)
Who's missing? I nominate Tim Armstrong of AOL (AOL), who's also doing a great job turning the company around.
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