John Chambers( The American businessman)
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Biography John Chambers
Chambers (Chambers), John, . American businessman, . President and CEO of computer company Cisco Systems, . leading manufacturer of equipment for building the infrastructure of global networks (Internet), . organization interconnectivity, . creating sites for remote access and connecting corporate networks to the global,
. In late 1990 the company has become a global market leader. Its revenue in 1998 amounted to 8.5 billion. U.S..
Chambers graduated from Indiana University in the specialty finance and administration, and later received his law degree in the field of business. His professional career began in the company of Wang, then worked at IBM. Takeoff of his career began with the transition to Cisco, where he showed his outstanding abilities manager.
In 1996, a survey the magazine "Business Week" Chambers entered the top ten managers of. He was able to develop fruitful cooperation with computer giants Microsoft and Intel, which in the words of union magazine "Fortune" has been named strategic alliance.
In 1998, the Chambers, the only Americans, was awarded a special prize of the Japanese prime minister in the field of business. Chambers is an advisor to President Bill Clinton in business, Vice-President Al Gore and the U.S. Congress in the production.