Microsoft's India-born CEO Satya Nadella has grabbed the top spot in Fortune's "Businessperson of the Year 2019" list. Other Indian-origin CEOs in the Top 20 list are Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga (8th spot) and Jayshree Ullal, head of California-based computer networking company Arista (18th position).
Fortune's annual Business Person of the Year list includes 20 business leaders who have achieved bold goals, find solutions to impossible situations and find creative solutions. Fortune has considered 10 points while preparing this list, ranging from the total return received by the shareholders to the return on capital.
Fortune's Businessperson of the Year 2019 List:Satya Nadella (CEO, Microsoft), Elizabeth Gaines (CEO, Fortescue Metals Group), Brian Niccol (CEO, Chipotle Mexican Grill), Margaret Keane (CEO, Synchrony Financial), Bjorn Gulden (CEO, Puma), Tricia Griffith (CEO, Progressive), Fabrizio Freda (CEO, Estee Lauder), Ajay Banga (CEO, Mastercard), W. Craig Jelineck (CEO, Costco), Jamie Dimon (CEO, JPMorgan Chase), Daniel Schulman (CEO, PayPal), Tom Linebarger (CEO, Cummins), Robert Greenberg (CEO, Skechers), Joey Wat ( CEO, Yum China), Julie Sweet (CEO, Accenture), Daniel Zhang (CEO, Alibaba) Strauss Zelnick (CEO, Take-Two Interactive), Jayshree Ullal (CEO, Arista), Gary Guthart (CEO, Intuitive Surgical), Chen Lin (President, Wuliangye Yibin)