Fortune's 30 Of The Most Powerful Business Shapers

Here's a list of some of the leaders Fortune magazine has selected as those who personify the promise - and peril - of the US business world in 2006.

Warren Buffett

Bill & Melinda Gates

Steve Jobs - CEO, Apple Computer

Larry Sonsini - Chairman, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

Henry Kravis - founding partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts

Lakshmi Mittal - CEO, Arcelor Mittal

Ben Bernanke - Chairman of the Federal Reserve

Henry Paulson - Secretary of the US Treasury

Alden McDonald - CEO, Liberty Bank & Trust

John Hueston, Sean Berkowitz, Kathy Ruemmler - Enron prosecutors

Hector Rui - CEO, Advanced Micro Devices

Al Gore - Enviromental evangelist

Eric Schmidt - GEO, Google

Steve Chen, Chad Hurley - co-foubders of YouTube

Katsuaki Watanabe - President, Toyota Motor

Mark Hurd - CEO, Hewlett-Packard

Rupert Murdoch - CEO, News Corp.

Chris DeWolfe, Tom Anderson - co-founders of MySpace

Lee Scott - CEO, Wal-Mart Stores

Patricia Woertz - CEO, Archer Daniels Midlands

John Thain - CEO, New York Stock Exchange

Bob Iger - CEO, Walt Disney

Eddie Lampert - founder, ESL Investments

Steve Schwarzman - CEO, Blackstone Group

Rex Tillerson - CEO, Exxon Mobil

Condoleezza Rice - US Secretary of State


Source - Fortune magazine

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