Some 42 of Fortune 100 CEOs have an MBA or master's degree in finance or economics. Which business schools are most popular among the top corporate chieftain crowd?
HBS upholds its reputation as the Cathedral of Capitalism, with eight Fortune 100 chief executives, more than any other business school. Two of them -- Jeffrey Immelt and Jamie Dimon -- were even classmates at Harvard (class of 1982).
Together, the eight corporate chieftains employ more than one million people and run companies with a total market capitalization of $550 billion, a sum that exceeds the gross domestic product (GDP) of Switzerland.
The alumni are:
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