Botched IPO be damned! When your CEO makes you really, really rich, you're bound to like him.
Employees' approval rating for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg jumped to a whopping 99% in the 2013 list, up from 85% the previous year. Facebook employees were able to cash out their stock grants for the first time in 2012 following the company's public stock offering, making several first-time millionaires.
That near-perfect score vaulted Zuck to the No. 1. position this year. Glassdoor quoted one Facebook ( employee who said the company is "an open community from Zuck on down. Mutual trust company-wide and sense of community and drive, instilled by our CEO, who we all truly respect." )
Zuckerberg beat out SAP's ( co-CEOs Bill McDermott and Jim Hagemann Snabe (99% approval); )Cognizant's (Fortune 500) Frank D'Souza (96%); , EMC's (Fortune 500) Joe Tucci (96%); and , Qualcomm's (Fortune 500) Paul Jacobs (95%). ,
After a decade as the head of Android, Google's Andy Rubin is taking on a new role.
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