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On March 26th, Barron's cover story featured its annual list of the world's 30 best CEOs. Barrons' staff selects the 30 leaders, drawing on feedback from investors, analysts and executives. Criteria include stock-price performance, global perspective and entrepreneurial spirit as well as return to customers, employees and investors. According to the weekly financial newspaper, Intel CEO Paul Otellini was named for "stepping boldly into the wireless world", his customer orientation, and making Intel "relevant again -- and less reliant on personal computers."

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