INSEAD Ties for Second in Global CEO Count

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INSEAD leads non-US business schools in CEO count among FT500 companies and comes second worldwide, according to analysis by the FT. Almost a third of chief executives currently in charge of the biggest global companies enhanced their careers with an MBA.  Harvard had the most with 24 FT500 chief executives, and  INSEAD tied with Stanford for second place with eight FT500 Chief Executives among its alumni.  INSEAD is the only non-US business school to have more than two MBA alumni represented.

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