Michael Jordan: Road warrior

The greatest basketball player ever has only gotten busier since his playing days. Here's how he keeps his cool on the road.

How His Airness rolls
How His Airness rolls
His on-court accomplishments are unrivaled -- six NBA titles, five MVP awards, 14 All-Star games, two Olympic gold medals, and more -- yet Michael Jordan has had his share of achievements away from the game. In addition to deals with Gatorade, Hanes, and (of course) Nike, Jordan owns a motor-sports team, several restaurants, and a majority share of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats, all of which leaves him precious little time for his true passion: golf. We caught up with His Airness between rounds of his charity golf tournament in Las Vegas to see just how he rolls.

By Scott Gummer, contributor - Last updated October 20 2011: 11:19 AM ET

These CEOs may not have made it to the major leagues as athletes, but they did exhibit sports prowess at the high school and collegiate level. Here, a roundup of the Fortune 500's most successful CEOs on the playing field.

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