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In pics | From Warren Buffett to Bill Marriott, a look at longest-serving top executives in the world

Updated : December 28, 2020 01:30 PM IST

From chief executive officers, co-founders and chairmen who built companies from scratch and made them into empires, here's a look at some of the longest serving top executives in the world.

From chief executive officers, co-founders and chairmen who built companies from scratch and made them into empires, here's a look at some of the longest serving top executives in the world. (Image: Reuters)
From chief executive officers, co-founders and chairmen who built companies from scratch and made them into empires, here's a look at some of the longest serving top executives in the world. (Image: Reuters)
Warren Buffett | The 'Oracle of Omaha' has been heading Berkshire Hathaway for 50 plus years. He is one of the most successful investors of all time. (Image: Reuters)
Warren Buffett | The 'Oracle of Omaha' has been heading Berkshire Hathaway for 50 plus years. He is one of the most successful investors of all time. (Image: Reuters)
Roger Penske | The former professional auto racing driver has been leading Penske Corporation with 51 years and and owns Team Penske, DJR Team Penske, the Penske Corporation, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar and related businesses. (Image: Reuters)
Roger Penske | The former professional auto racing driver has been leading Penske Corporation with 51 years and and owns Team Penske, DJR Team Penske, the Penske Corporation, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, IndyCar and related businesses. (Image: Reuters)
Bill Marriott | With a leadership span of nearly 60 years, Bill headed Marriott International for 40 years and converted it from a family restaurant business to one of the world's largest hotel chains. (Image: Reuters)
Bill Marriott | With a leadership span of nearly 60 years, Bill headed Marriott International for 40 years and converted it from a family restaurant business to one of the world's largest hotel chains. (Image: Reuters)
Stephen Schwarzman | The co-founder of private equity firm Blackstone has helmed the company for 36 years He entered Wall Street with a stint at Lehman Brothers. (Image: Reuters)
Stephen Schwarzman | The co-founder of private equity firm Blackstone has helmed the company for 36 years He entered Wall Street with a stint at Lehman Brothers. (Image: Reuters)
Rupert Murdoch | The media mogul inherited a string of Australian newspapers at the age of 22 and went on to build News Corporation, which he helmed for 35 years. (Image: Reuters)
Rupert Murdoch | The media mogul inherited a string of Australian newspapers at the age of 22 and went on to build News Corporation, which he helmed for 35 years. (Image: Reuters)
Larry Ellison | Know for his lavish lifestyle, Ellison had dropped out from two universities. He worked as a computer programmer for nearly 10 years before founding Oracle, which is helmed for 34 years. (Image: Reuters)
Larry Ellison | Know for his lavish lifestyle, Ellison had dropped out from two universities. He worked as a computer programmer for nearly 10 years before founding Oracle, which is helmed for 34 years. (Image: Reuters)
James Sinegal | Better known as Jim Sinegal, he co-founded Costco Wholesale and has helmed the company for 28 years. (Image: Reuters)
James Sinegal | Better known as Jim Sinegal, he co-founded Costco Wholesale and has helmed the company for 28 years. (Image: Reuters)
Richard Fairbank | The Stanford graduate was a director at Mastercard Incorporated and has been heading Capital One Financial for 27 years. (Image: Capital One)
Richard Fairbank | The Stanford graduate was a director at Mastercard Incorporated and has been heading Capital One Financial for 27 years. (Image: Capital One)
Jeff Bezos | The Amazon CEO has been heading the company for 26 years. He's the richest person in the world and founded the company in 1994 from garage in Seattle. (Image: Reuters)
Jeff Bezos | The Amazon CEO has been heading the company for 26 years. He's the richest person in the world and founded the company in 1994 from garage in Seattle. (Image: Reuters)
John Chambers | As the CEO of Cisco Systems, Chambers took the company from $70 million annual revenue to $47 billion during his 20-year career.  (Image: Reuters)
John Chambers | As the CEO of Cisco Systems, Chambers took the company from $70 million annual revenue to $47 billion during his 20-year career.  (Image: Reuters)
Published : December 28, 2020 09:05 AM IST
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