Forbes has named Microsoft's Steve Ballmer the worst chief executive to still have a job.
Ballmer was listed number one on Forbes' list of chief executives who should be fired. Microsoft's chief was ranked ahead of horrible bosses such as Cisco's Jeff Chambers and General Electrics Jeffery Inmelt.
"Without a doubt, Mr Ballmer is the worst CEO of a large publicly traded American company today," wrote Forbes contributor Adam Hartung.
Ballmer took over Microsoft in 2000, during Windows' heyday, with company stock swapping hands at $60 a share. During his tenure he's driven a company once accused of holding a monopoly on its industry into a $30 a share stock option.
Who could forget some of the lowlights of Ballmer's rein? The Zune, Windows Vista, Windows ME, and Internet Explorer 6 were all award-worthy failures from Microsoft's chief executive.
But maybe Forbes is being a bit harsh on Ballmer. Sure, he is a billionaire who's bad at his job. How many people can be voted worst chief executive and still have employment? He survived the Zune era with a job still intact. He must be doing something right.
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