Daniel Levy
Daniel Levy

Daniel Levy is the CEO of Premier League Football Club since 2001. He is a Cambridge Economics graduate. He was the CEO of Minor football clubs such as AEK Athens before taking the big role. His management skills have made the club participates for the initial time in UEFA Champions League

David  Thomson
David Thomson

He is the Chairman of Thomson Reuters Corporation. The company has interests in financial services, healthcare, law, science and technology, tax and accounting. He is also the owner of the Winnipeg Jets in the NHL.

David de Rothschild
David de Rothschild

He was born into wealth as part of the Rothschild banking family. He is the founder of Adventure Ecology, a company that helps to raise awareness on environmental and social problems. It also encourages people to practice initiative so that their dreams will come true.

David J. Lesar
David J. Lesar

David John Lesar is an American businessman who is the Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Halliburton Energy Services. Trained as a Certified Public Accountant, Lesar spent 16 years at Arthur Andersen. He had spent most of his career at Andersen, where he worked on their Halliburton account. In 1995, Lesar was hired by Halliburton as a new vice president.


Lesar was born in Madison, Wisconsin and is a 1978 graduate of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he earned both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Business Administration degree.


As a Certified Public Accountant, Lesar spent 16 years working at Arthur Andersen.

In 1995, Lesar joined Halliburton. Within a year of his arrival, Lesar was appointed as CEO of KBR, in addition to his duties as CFO of Halliburton. In 1997, Lesar was appointed as the company’s President and Chief operating officer. In 2000, Lesar became CEO of Halliburton.

He also serves on the board of directors at Lyondell Chemical, is a member of the Upstream Committee of the American Petroleum Institute and is on the board of directors of the American Iranian Council, an organization devoted to the normalization of American-Iranian relations.


The movie Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers claims that Lesar has been paid over $42,000,000 by Halliburton since the beginning of Iraq war, but this amount has risen significantly since the release of the film. According to the Wall Street Journal Lesar received about $14.9 million in 2010 alone, not including stock options or other deferred incentives – a 20% increase over his 2009 pay package, according to a securities filing.

In November 2014, Lesar faced criticism over his bid to take over Baker Hughes Inc : “the smaller oil-field services rival, in an email to Mr. Lesar, described Halliburton’s actions as intransigent and inappropriate”.

David Karp
David Karp

Full Name           :             David Karp

Born                    :             6th – Jul – 1986

Zodiac Sign         :             Cancer

Birth Place          :             New York City, New York

Country               :             USA

Education            :             The Bronx High School of Science New York City, Calhoun School New York City

Occupation          :             Founder, CEO, Entrepreneur

Industry              :             Technology, Internet, Entertainment

Networth            :             $ 200 Million

Bloggers around the world would agree that Tumblr is the coolest blogging platform in the best that exist. But know about the man (or the boy?) who created it all and you’d say that the site isn’t quite as cool as the founder himself. Meet David Karp, the 28 year old founder of Tumblr. By the way, Karp found the site when he was a 20 year old kid, a time when most teenagers would still be struggling with their petty teenage issues. Sometime back, David sold Tumblr to Yahoo for a $1.1 billion and continues to act as a CEO of the company. For creating a beautiful blogging world with 225 million users all by himself at a very young age, David Karp was named the ‘Best young tech entrepreneur’ by Business Week and as one of the top 35 entrepreneurs of the world by MIT reviews.
David Karp was what you could call a regular New York city-bred kid. He was born to Michael Karp, the television composer and Barbara Ackerman, a high school teacher. He went to Calhoun school, the same school where his mother worked as a science teacher up until he was in eighth grade. By then, he was already designing websites for money. And this made him drop out from school, resorting to home-schooling just so that he could save time. He did plan on going to one of the league universities later in his life but some great opportunities came his way and changed his plans completely.
At the age of 14, Karp started interning at various software companies and a few years later, he was made the head of ‘UrbanBaby’, a parenting forum that he developed software for. A few months after that, he took off for Tokyo to get better at his skills and that, he did. Within a few years, he formed an independent consulting firm, Davidville. Marco Arment, an engineer and David, together formed Tumblr a few months after Davidville began as they thought that a tumble logging platform was what the world needed. And it looks like they were right about that, for barely two weeks later, Tumblr had 75,000 users registered with it.

Davidville then became Tumblr Inc which was acquired by Yahoo in 2013 and David was retained in the rolls. And that’s how young genius, David Karp became one of the most successful entrepreneurs of the world. David however, doesn’t like to talk about his age as he isn’t entirely secure about people knowing how young he is. He doesn’t want the story of Tumblr to be “all about his youth.” Honestly, the story of Tumblr in fact, is about the remarkable genius of a young boy that who dared to believe and achieve.

David Koch
David Koch

He is the co-owner and Executive Vice President of Koch Industries, Inc., which is considered to be the second largest privately held company in the United States. He once ran for the vice presidency of the United States in 1980 as a member of the Libertarian Party.

Daymond John
Daymond John

Daymond Garfield John[3] (born February 23, 1969) is an American entrepreneur, investor, television personality, author and motivational speaker. He is best known as the founder, president, and CEO of FUBU, and appears as an investor on the ABC reality television series Shark Tank.

He is currently based in New York City.



Wool hats with their tops off and tied with fishing line were popular, and John noticed them being sold for $20, which he considered overpriced. He went home and sewed around 90 hats with his next-door neighbor. They sold their homemade hats for $10 each in front of the New York Coliseum, and made $800 in a single day.

Sensing potential, Daymond and his mother mortgaged their house for $100,000 to generate start-up capital. In addition to Brown, he recruited longtime friends J. Alexander Martin and Keith Perrin into the business, and began sewing the FUBU logo onto hockey jerseys, sweatshirts, and T-shirts. To make ends meet, John held a full-time job at Red Lobster, working on the FUBU business in between shifts. In 1993, he convinced LL Cool J, an old neighborhood friend, to wear a FUBU T-shirt for a promotional campaign. Later, while filming a 30-second advertising spot for The Gap, LL Cool J wore a FUBU hat in the commercial and incorporated the line “for us, by us” in his rapping.

In 1992, Daymond received $300,000 in orders and also an offer for participating in Macy’s (M) at a Las Vegas fashion trade show. Today, the brand is reportedly worth $6 billion.

Shark Tank:

In 2009, John joined the cast of Shark Tank, a show in which John and four other business executives listen to business pitches from everyday people, and decide whether or not to invest money in their projects.

Assuming every on-camera deal was followed through, John has invested $7,667,000 dollars in Shark Tank projects as of August 6, 2015.

Awards and reception:

Book cover of The Brand Within.

John has received numerous awards, including Brandweek Marketer of the Year, the NAACP Entrepreneurs of the Year Award (which he won twice), the Advertising Age Marketing 1000 Award for Outstanding Ad Campaign, the Essence Award, Crain’s New York Business Forty Under Forty Award, Ernst & Young’s New York Entrepreneur of the Year Award, the Brandeis University International Business School’s Asper Award for Excellence in Global Entrepreneurship, Details 50 Most Influential Men, and the Congressional Achievement Award for Entrepreneurship (which he won twice).
FUBU has received attention from the sports and entertainment industry, and has been worn or endorsed by LL Cool J, Janet Jackson, Will Smith, Mary J. Blige, Busta Rhymes, Magic Johnson, Lennox Lewis, and Whitney Houston.


The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005) as Proud Foot Joe
Shark Tank (2009–present) as himself
The Game (2013) as himself
The Real (2013) as himself, episode 3
Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014) as himself

Deepak Ghaisas
Deepak Ghaisas

Deepak Ghaisas is the chairman of Gencoval Strategic Services Pvt Ltd. Previously he was the CEO – India Operations and CFO of I-flex Solutions Ltd., India. He has worked in the software industry since 1987.

In 1993, Ghaisas joined as the CFO of I-flex Solutions Ltd., India for its global operations. In 1997, he added the role of the CEO (India Operations), while retaining the CFO position.

He was the recipient of the CFO Asia Award in 2001, the first Indian to win the award.[citation needed]

He has been involved in the software industry in a number of roles, including:

Executive Member of the NASSCOM Executive Council

Vice President of the Maharashtra Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), a governing body who actively participates in the decision-making process for the economic development of the State of Maharashtra, India.

Member of CII Executive Council for Western India

Committee Member of Indian Institute of Banking & Finance constituted for the purpose of drafting the curriculum for Information System Audit course for bankers.[citation needed]

Member of the Internet Banking Committee of the Reserve Bank of India, which formulated guidelines on Internet banking and security in India.[citation needed]

Deepak resigned from i-flex on August 8, 2008, just before it was renamed as Oracle Financial Services Ltd.

Denise Morrison
Denise Morrison

Denise M. Morrison is an American business executive who serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Campbell Soup Company. Named the 21st Most Powerful Woman in Business by Fortune Magazine, Morrison was elected a Director of Campbell in October 2010. She is Campbell’s 12th leader in the company’s 140-year history.

Early life:

Denise Morrison was born in Elberon, New Jersey, and is one of four sisters who have all enjoyed successful business careers. The “Sullivan Sisters” were featured in a 2007 Wall Street Journal article, “Raising Women to Be Leaders.” Denise is the first-born; Maggie Wilderotter is chairman and CEO of Frontier Communications; Colleen Bastkowski was a regional vice president of sales at Expedia Corporate Travel; and Andrea Doelling, a champion horse jumper, was senior vice president of sales at AT&T Wireless.Their father, Dennis Sullivan, a Korean War veteran and AT&T executive, wanted to share everything he knew about business with his girls. He reportedly talked with them while they were still in grade school about setting profit-margin goals. Their mother, Connie Sullivan, taught them that ambition is a part of femininity.

Denise Morrison graduated from Long Branch High School. She earned her B.S. degree in economics and psychology from Boston College, graduating magna cum laude. She was inducted into the Order of the Cross and Crown Honor Society for academic and extracurricular achievement.

Business background:

Morrison was named President and CEO of Campbell Soup Company on August 1, 2011. Campbell is a global manufacturer and marketer of consumer food products, focused on simple meals, soup, baked snacks, and beverages.

Morrison joined Campbell in April 2003 as President-Global Sales and Chief Customer Officer, and was named President-Campbell USA in June 2005. She was named Senior Vice President and President-North America Soup, Sauces and Beverages in October 2007 and handled the Campbell USA, North America Foodservice, and Campbell Canada businesses. She was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer in October 2010, leading all of Campbell’s global businesses, corporate strategy, global advertising & design and research & development.

Before joining Campbell’s, Morrison served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of Kraft Foods’ Snacks and Confections divisions, responsible for leading brands such as Planters nuts, Life Savers candies, and Altoids mints.

Morrison began her career in the sales organization at Procter & Gamble in Boston, Mass. She later joined Pepsi-Cola in Trade and Business Development. She then spent most of the 1980s at Nestle USA, where she held senior marketing and sales positions. In 1995, Denise moved to Nabisco Inc. She served as Senior Vice President and led the Nabisco Food Company’s sales organization and was General Manager for the Down the Street division.

Morrison’s compensation at the beginning of fiscal year 2012 included an annual base salary of $950,000, a fiscal 2011 annual cash incentive of $602,292 and a fiscal 2012 long-term incentive grant of $4,845,000. Campbell’s fiscal year runs from August 1 to July 31.


In 2011, Forbes named Morrison the 80th most powerful woman in the world.

Morrison was also named the 21st Most Powerful Woman in Business by Fortune Magazine. Morrison was a featured speaker at Fortune’s 2011 Most Powerful Women Summit, sharing the stage with her sister Maggie Wilderotter, Chairman and CEO of Frontier Communications. Morrison and Wilderotter are the first sisters ever to make the list together.

Morrison has been recognized with many other awards as well, including: Power 50, Supermarket News 2011; “Woman of Distinction” American Heart Association of New Jersey, 2010; One of the 50 Most Influential Irish Women, Irish Voice 2010; Trailblazer Award; “Top Woman in Grocery,” Progressive Grocer magazine, 2008, 2009, and 2010; One of the Top 50 Women in Business in the State of N.J., NJBIZ magazine, 2008; One of the Top 50 Women to Watch, Wall Street Journal, 2007; “Aiming High Award” by Legal Momentum, 2007; and Garden State “Woman of the Year” for Corporations, Garden State Women magazine, 2007.

Dennis Muilenburg
Dennis Muilenburg

Dennis A. Muilenburg (born 1964) is an American businessman, president and chief executive officer of Boeingef executive officer of Boeing as of 1 July 2015.

Muilenburg received a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Iowa State University, followed by a master’s degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from the University of Washington. He has worked at Boeing since 1985.

On 23 June 2015, Boeing announced that Muilenburg would succeed James McNerney, who was stepping down after ten years as CEO.

On 22 February, 2016 it was announced that Muilenberg would succeed McNerney as Boeing’s chairman.