Melbourne, Oct 19 (ANI): Steve Jobs has been named as the winner of the world's 49 most influential men survey.
According to the website AskMen's annual list, the late co-founder and CEO of Apple came out on top, whereas the men responsible for killing Osama Bin Laden came in second spot.
Jamie Watt, AskMen.com's Australian editor said that the list revealed those who had shaped what it meant to be a modern man.
"This year the tech pioneers really have redefined the notion of what it is to be an influential man. These men are confirming today's digital influence," News.com.au quoted Watt as saying.
"They are smart, successful, innovative, and changing the game in their worlds," he said.
Others to have made it to the list were Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Google Larry Page and eye-candies like Ryan Gosling and George Clooney.
The top top in the list were:
Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder, chairman and former CEO.
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