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Irish America's 2011 Business 100 Photo by: Irish America Magazine

Irish America Magazine announce the 2011 Business 100

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Irish America's 2011 Business 100 Photo by: Irish America Magazine

To see a full list of honorees click here
 
Irish America magazine has announced the 2011 Business 100, the best and brightest Irish American leaders in corporate America. These honorees are at the helms of some of the most innovative and powerful corporations in the world. From insurance giant Mutual of America to Coca-Cola, the world’s most recognizable soft drink brand, the companies represented are not only globally successful but are also pioneers leading their industry in a new age of consumerism. Twenty-seven Fortune 500 companies are represented by Irish America’s honorees. Three of the Business 100 are among Forbes’ 2011 100 most Powerful Women in the World.
 
The 2011 Keynote speaker is William Clay Ford, Jr., Ford Motor Company’s Executive Chairman, who has demonstrated the leadership and creativity Americans have come to expect from the iconic Ford company, the powerhouse that put America on wheels.
 
The Business 100 honorees will gather at the Metropolitan Club of New York this December 15 to launch the December/January issue of Irish America magazine, in which they are featured
 
For information on placing a congratulatory message to the honorees or to reserve seats at the awards luncheon, click here.


 

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