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American Express CEO Ken Chenault '73 Shares His 'Most Admired' with Fortune

Story posted March 11, 2010

American Express CEO Ken Chenault '73 is one of nine CEOs asked by Fortune magazine to share with its readers the person and the company he most admires.

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Ken Chenault '73

Compiled for Fortune's online home, CNNMoney.com, the feature quotes Chenault's admiration for Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett.

"He embodies this incredible blend of high intellect and business judgment with the ability to emotionally engage with people," says Chenault in the article.

And the company he admires most? Apple.

"I admire... what Steve Jobs has been able to do by driving innovation in a hypercompetitive industry. At Apple retail stores, he's created an experience. I went in around the Christmas holidays. I got a laptop for my son. It was a really terrific experience. It was just fascinating to feel the energy in that place. The personnel could not have been nicer and more attentive."

Read the feature, "Who 9 CEOs Admire Most."

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