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Northwestern - Kellogg School of Management
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Kellogg can boast a trio of Fortune 100 CEOs, a tie with Cornell's Johnson School.
The alumni are:
Gregg Steinhafel, Target
Ellen Kullman, DuPont
Thomas Wilson, Allstate
NEXT: Cornell - Johnson School of Business
Last updated May 05 2011: 2:50 PM ET
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