American National Business Hall of Fame

The American National Business Hall of Fame (ANBHF), established in 1972, which researches and promotes examples of what it considers exemplary business leadership. It is managed by an executive office, and has representatives from universities throughout the United States. Its laureate program inducts American businessmen into the ANBHF, based on a combination of exceptional leadership and business ethics.

Laureates


*Wallace Abbott
*Mary Kay Ash
*H. H. Barber
*William M. Batten
*Stephen Bechtel, Sr.
*Charles Becker
*Olive Ann Beech
*William Blackie
*Jacob Bunn
*Alfred Burdick
*Leo Burnett
*Andrew Carnegie
*William Casey
*Gary Comer
*Fairfax Cone
*John Cotter
*G.D. Crain
*Frederick C. Crawford
*Harry B. Cunningham
*Arthur V. Davis
*Charles Deere
*John Deere
*D. J. DePree
*Hugh DePree
*Walt Disney
*Donald W. Douglas
*George Eastman
*Thomas A. Edison
*Harvey Firestone
*Benjamin Franklin
*R.J. Frisby
*Paul Galvin
*Roswell Garst
*Parker Gates
*William Gore
*W. B. Greene
*Walter A. Haas
*Joyce C. Hall
*Ken Hansen
*Henry J. Heinz
*James G. Hill
*Conrad N. Hilton
*Wayne Hummer
*R. B. Hulsen
*Roy Ingersoll
*Richard D. Irwin
*Kenneth Iverson
*Eric Jonsson
*James Johnson
*John H. Johnson
*Robert Wood Johnson I
*Robert Wood Johnson II
*Henry J. Kaiser
*William Karnes
*Bernard Kilgore
*Dale Kirlin
*Robert J. Kleberg
*Ray Kroc
*Edwin Land
*Albert Lasker
*James Lincoln
*Wesley H. Loomis III
*Frances Cabot Lowell
*Gust E. Lundberg
*Franklin Lunding
*Ian MacGregor
*Irl Martin
*Cyrus McCormick
*Robert R. McCormick
*Robert Francis McDermott
*Eugene McDonald
*William Marsteller
*George Mecherle
*Charles E. Merrill
*Joseph L. Miller
*George S. Moore
*J. Pierpont Morgan
*Louis Neumiller
*William Norris
*David N. Ogilvy
*John H. Patterson
*W. A. Patterson
*James Cash Penney
*William Cooper Proctor
*Tom Roberts, Sr.
*John D. Rockefeller
*Julius Rosenwald
*David Sarnoff
*John G. Searle
*Richard Sears
*Alfred P. Sloan
*Cyrus R. Smith
*Charles C. Spaulding
*A. E. Staley
*W. Clement Stone
*John Swearingen
*Gustavus F. Swift
*Herbert Taylor
*David Thomas
*Fred Turner
*Cornelius Vanderbilt
*Marion Wade
*Charles Walgreen
*Charles R. Walgreen III
*DeWitt Wallace
*Lila A. Wallace
*Sam Moore Walton
*Aaron Montgomery Ward
*Thomas J. Watson, Jr.
*Thomas J. Watson, Sr.
*Ken Wessner
*George Westinghouse
*Frederick Weyerhaeuser
*Joseph C. Wilson
*Robert E. Wood
*Robert W. Woodruff

External links

* [http://www.anbhf.org/ ANBHF Homepage]
* [http://www.anbhf.org/laureates.html ANBHF List of Laureates]


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