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15 Tech CEOs Make The Cut In Glassdoor Rankings

Glassdoor's list of the Top 50 most popular CEOs includes 15 tech leaders. See how your boss of bosses stacks up.
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Brian Chesky, AirBnb
Glassdoor ranking: 48
Approval rating: 89% 
This is the first year that AirBnb had enough employees to qualify for inclusion in the Top 50. The growth of the company, and Chesky's approval rating, seem to validate his vision for the sharing economy.
(Image: Techcrunch via Flickr)

Brian Chesky, AirBnb

Glassdoor ranking: 48

Approval rating: 89%

This is the first year that AirBnb had enough employees to qualify for inclusion in the Top 50. The growth of the company, and Chesky's approval rating, seem to validate his vision for the sharing economy.

(Image: Techcrunch via Flickr)

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