25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010

Arabian Computer News picked the top 25 power players who are driving companies forward

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25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
Charbel Fakhoury, general manager, Microsoft is 2010's most powerful executive. Fakhoury has been at the helm, overseeing a slew of major customer wins, including Emirates Airlines, Fujitsu, Qatar Foundation and many others.
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
  • 25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010
2455 days ago
SR

It is not the right way of announcing the most 25 powerful executives in the region when they are representing the global corporates with endless resource and a well-known brand. Sometimes you don’t need to do much to make an influence since the brand its self will do most of the job. This is pure advertisement for highlighting some guys who have got the chance to run these branches of these corporates. It would be good to see who are the pioneers and those who have made a real impact in the ICT arena. These guys have paid for working hard and hopefully archive the objectives set by their companies.

2480 days ago
Walid Jaludi

Very nice article, but needs to be updated, some of the people listed are no longer with these companies. Also sure their are some local - regional companies( Middle Eastern) whose executives have had a great impact in the region.

2481 days ago
Iman Talmas

Regarding the article “25 most powerful Middle East executives of 2010”, I came across many of the faces through my career and I agree some of them had their influence on the industry in the region. One thought that strike me, through the 25 faces there is not one woman. Isn’t this intriguing taking in consideration that all the names are from a reputable multinationals who give huge emphasis on diversity and focus on promoting women leaders, also companies who happen to have a lot of women in the field. Does this support that it is very hard for a woman to make it to the helm in the middle east?

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