The Harvard Business Review has rated Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang as the best-performing CEO in the world. Thanks to a booming AI market and some clever shifting of company intent towards the datacentre market, Nvidia is bathing in the glow of Wall Street’s favour. And that’s shoved its enthusiastic and zany CEO into the limelight. The Harvard Business Review’s thinking is much to do with the company’s recent AI-fueled success, which has seen the gaming graphics card company shift towards machine learning, autonomous vehicles, datacentres, medical devices, and other nascent or rapidly growing applications for parallel computing power. Huang himself has been keen to report the company’s new data-centric focus over the past year. Jen-Hsun Huang sits in first place for the top CEOs in 2019 – as chosen by the Harvard Business Review staff – for the first time in the company’s history, and kicks off a largely tech-heavy list. Marc Benioff, CEO of Sales Force, ranks in second place, and François-Henri Pinault of Kering, a luxury goods company that owns Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, among many others, sits in third.
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