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CBS MoneyWatch just released an article explaining why more leaders should resemble actress, Meryl Streep.


Who was the better CEO in his movie?

Well, both George Clooney and Brad Pitt are accomplished actors... but could they handle the pressure to perform in the boardroom? If you had to choose between the two, which one would you put on charge of a multi-million dollar company? Who would be the better CEO? Who do you think would be the better person to work for? [poll id="17"] Then, share with us in the comments below why you think George or Brad would make the better business leader. P.S. If we use your comment in one of our upcoming web TV shows, you’ll get a special prize! So, don’t be shy, give us some good solid reasons for your choice - it can’t be just about looks!
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