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Jeff Immelt

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

 He replaced fellow Haute 100 member Jack Welch as General Electric’s CEO in 2001. According to Forbes, GE has grown into the world’s second largest company, a multibillion-dollar conglomerate with more than 300,000 employees across the globe. Since then, Immelt has been named number one in Barrons’ list of World’s Best CEOs three times.

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Brian Benstock

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

After starting out under the guidance of Paul and Edith Singer in 1982 as a car salesman, Benstock quickly moved up to Vice President of Paragon Auto Group in New York City. Benstock created the online car sales site Paragoncars.com. The company’s digital strategy enabled them to dominate the crowded digital space allowing them to […]

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Larry Ellison

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

We can sum up his haute factor in one word: Oracle. The billionaire entrepreneur is CEO of the business hardware and software systems company and he used to count the likes of Steve Jobs as a weekend pal. He’s recently found a new passion for philanthropy, giving millions to health and education causes. Ellison is […]

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Nancy Bechtle

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

This is one busy haute lister. Nancy Bechtle was President and CEO of the San Francisco Symphony from 1987-2001 and was on its Board of Governors since 1984. She was the director and CFO of J.R. Bechtle & Co. from 1979-1998. She has sat on the Charles Schwab Board of Directors since 1992 and has […]

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