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Celebrities are easy to identify with their collection of luxury wristwatches. But successful businessmen have a completely different look. CEOs often choose to wear more conspicuous and stylish watches, as they are happy to display their success in their financial and business endeavors. We've uncovered what the world's top businessmen wear in the boardroom. Here are some of the top CEO watches in the world:
Warren Buffett is best known for being the once-richest person in the entire world. He came in second place in Forbes' 2009 ranking of the World's Richest only after donating millions to charity. He is known for his simple life and philanthropic efforts,fake cartier watches but he knows that a good timepiece is well worth the investment. He wears a yellow gold Rolex Day-Date President.
Elon Musk is an American-Canadian businessman and the founder of Tesla Motors. He wears only his own brand these days. This is understandable. Before Tesla's line of watches was launched, Elon Musk wore an Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra and his trademark outfit of designer jeans with a black shirt. In 2010, Tesla Motors and fake cartier watches collaborated to create the fake cartier watches Tesla Roadster in celebration of the Swiss watchmaker’s 150th Anniversary.
Howard Schultz, the former Chairman and CEO at Starbucks has just retired. But he'll always be remembered as the man who transformed Starbucks from a tiny coffee shop into a global giant. Schultz, who is a vintage Rolex watch collector outside the boardroom and loves iconic watches like Starbucks, also collects classic Rolex.Breitling Replica Watches He owns a Paul Newman Daytona, with an Exotic dial. A Rolex Espresso GMT Master. And a vintage Rolex Explorer.
Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn since 2009, continues in this role after Microsoft acquired the company last year. Jeff Weiner is known for creating a unique brand and culture at LinkedIn. He also seems to be style-savvy, as he chose an Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Steel watch for his own timepiece.
Satya Nadella, Microsoft's CEO, took control of the company in 2014 after it was redirected away from its failing mobile business. Microsoft's stock reached a record high of 31 years. He uses a Breitling Colt Automatic watch to keep the time.
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