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The Dow Jones Industrial Average is comprised of some of Wall Street’s biggest names. The men and women at the helm of these 30 companies have a big responsibility, and in these tough economic times, being a big-name CEO is harder than ever. So who is leading their companies to success, and who is falling behind? Check out how the 30 Dow stocks have each performed under their current leadership and how the company has performed relative to its peers since its CEO first set up shop in the corner office. (Note: Stock performance reflects dividends)

STOCK CEO DATE APPOINTED STOCK
UNDER CEO
DOW
UNDER CEO
RECENT NEWS
3M3M
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Inge ThulinInge Thulin
2/24/2012Dow Jones Industrial Average Hits 23,000. Now What?
American ExpressAmerican Express
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Kenneth ChenaultKenneth Chenault
1/1/2001American Express Company (AXP) Q3 Earnings Surge 25%
AT&TAT&T
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Randall StephensonRandall Stephenson
5/9/2007Stock of AT&T (T) Downgraded to Sell
BoeingBoeing
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W. James McNerneyW. James McNerney
7/1/2005Dow Jones Industrial Average Hits 23,000. Now What?
CaterpillarCaterpillar
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Douglas OberhelmanDouglas Oberhelman
7/1/2010Healthy Earnings Growth Makes Caterpillar (CAT) a Buy
ChevronChevron
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John WatsonJohn Watson
1/1/2010High-End Sales Growth Metrics Raise Ranking of Chevron (CVX) to Strong Buy
CiscoCisco
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John ChambersJohn Chambers
1/31/1995Dow Jones Industrial Average Hits 23,000. Now What?
Coca-ColaCoca-Cola
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Muhtar KentMuhtar Kent
7/1/2008Quant Score Keeps Coca-Cola (KO) a Buy
DuPontDuPont
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Ellen KullmanEllen Kullman
10/1/20085 Blue-Chip Stocks to Buy as the Dow Breezes Past 22,000
Exxon MobilExxon Mobil
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Rex TillersonRex Tillerson
1/1/2006Quant Score Keeps Exxon Mobil (XOM) a Sell
General ElectricGeneral Electric
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Jeffrey ImmeltJeffrey Immelt
9/7/20013 Key Earnings Reports to Watch Next Week
Goldman SachsGoldman Sachs
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Lloyd BlankfeinLloyd Blankfein
5/31/2006Stitch Fix IPO: 14 Things for Potential Investors to Know
Home DepotHome Depot
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Francis BlakeFrancis Blake
1/2/2007Home Depot (HD) a Buy on Healthy Earnings Growth
IBMIBM
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Virginia RomettyVirginia Rometty
1/1/2012International Business Machines Corp. Stock Is Soaring Post-Earnings, But Can This Rally Last?
IntelIntel
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Brian KrzanichBrian Krzanich
5/16/201310 Funds and Stocks to Profit From Rising Interest Rates in 2018
Johnson & JohnsonJohnson & Johnson
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Alex GorskyAlex Gorsky
4/26/2012Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ) Strong Quant Score Makes it a Buy
JPMorgan ChaseJPMorgan Chase
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James DimonJames Dimon
12/31/2005Rent Bitcoin or Any Other Cryptocurrencies, But Don’t Buy ‘Em. Here’s Why.
McDonald’sMcDonald’s
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Don ThompsonDon Thompson
7/1/2012Dow Jones Industrial Average Hits 23,000. Now What?
Merck & Co.Merck & Co.
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Kenneth FrazierKenneth Frazier
1/1/2011Quant Score Keeps Merck & Co (MRK) a Sell
MicrosoftMicrosoft
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Satya NadellaSatya Nadella
2/4/2014Why Microsoft Corporation Stock Bulls Should Continue Their Celebration
NikeNike
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Mark ParkerMark Parker
1/26/2006Square Inc Is Up 33% in Two Months — Time to Take Profits?
PfizerPfizer
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Ian ReadIan Read
12/5/2010Quant Score Analytics Limit Pfizer (PFE) Upgrade to Hold
Procter & GambleProcter & Gamble
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A.G. LafleyA.G. Lafley
5/23/2013Procter & Gamble Co (PG) Stock Slides on Disappointing Sales
Travelers CompaniesTravelers Companies
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Jay FishmanJay Fishman
4/1/20043 Big Stock Charts for Tuesday: Allstate Corp (ALL), Chubb Ltd (CB) and Travelers Companies Inc (TRV)
United TechnologiesUnited Technologies
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Louis ChenevertLouis Chenevert
4/9/2008United Technologies (UTX) Industry Group Rank Hurts Rating
UnitedHealth GroupUnitedHealth Group
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Stephen HemsleyStephen Hemsley
12/1/2006Dow Jones Industrial Average Hits 23,000. Now What?
VerizonVerizon
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Lowell McAdamLowell McAdam
8/1/20113 Big Stock Charts for Friday: Verizon Communications Inc., General Electric Company and Procter & Gamble Co
VisaVisa
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Charles Scharf
11/1/2012Why Visa Inc Stock Has Me Singing the ‘Fear of Missing Out’ Blues
WalmartWalmart
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C. Douglas McMillonC. Douglas McMillon
2/1/2014Rent Bitcoin or Any Other Cryptocurrencies, But Don’t Buy ‘Em. Here’s Why.
Walt DisneyWalt Disney
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Robert IgerRobert Iger
10/2/2005Walt Disney Co Needs a Plan for ESPN — Now