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The 25 Most Influential Executives Of 2017

Here we present the 2017 class of the 25 Most Influential individuals in the technology industry.

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2. Meg Whitman, CEO, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Meg Whitman has turned up the volume this year on the the rebirth of HPE, leading the charge on the acquisition of four companies – including hyper-converged power house SimpliVity and all-flash superstar Nimble. At the same time, she has engineered the spin-off mergers of the enterprise services business and legacy software assets.

All in all, Whitman has created four industry-leading companies in what amounts to one of the largest business transformations in the history of American business. The net financial impact: a whopping $20 billion in value to shareholders and HPE itself. It's a far cry from the $12.5 billion in debt and demoralized partner network that Whitman inherited when she took the helm of HP six years ago.

Look for Whitman to accelerate the game-changing acquisitions and disruptive innovation over the next year.

 
 
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