With two CEOs leading companies that together earn $213.7 billion in annual revenue, the University of Minnesota is No. 25 on BestCollege.com’s list of 38 schools with the highest number of graduates who are CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. John Hammergren (B.S.B. ’81) leads McKesson, a health care services corporation, and John Stumpf (M.B.A. ’80) is head of Wells Fargo. Other schools on the list with two CEOs include Duke University, Georgetown, Tufts, Boston College, University of California-Berkeley, and Brown. Harvard leads the list with 25.
John Stumpf, above, Photo by Paul Chinn/San Francisco Chronicle and John Hammergren, Photo by George Nikitin/AP