updated 07:40 am EST, Mon November 28, 2005
Ive influences US
UK native Jonathan Ive, Apple's vice president of industrial design, has been named one of the . The top 25 list, published by the Times Online, ranks Ive No. 3 because his music players have shaken up two industries — music and electronics, according to the report. "Ive may not be the richest or the most senior figure on the list, but he has certainly been one of the most influential. Born in London, Ive, right, studied design and art at Newcastle Polytechnic (now Northumbria University) and moved to San Francisco to join Apple's design team in 1992. The rest is design history." Martin Sullivan, President of AIG, and Sir Howard Stringer, Sony Chairman and Executive are No. 1 and No. 2, respectively.