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The Google Autocomplete Guide To Business Leaders

05/08/2014 14:15 BST | Updated 05/08/2014 14:59 BST
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Business leaders! Want to know what the general public think of you? Thanks to Google, you can.

Simply type in your own name followed by the word 'is'. You'll then see a variety of completed phrases based on what the public have previously asked Google to search for.

Some names produce a variety of colourful and wonderfully bizarre options. Did you know, for example, that some of the Googling public wonder if Steve Jobs is still alive? Others like to look for proof of how 'awesome' Virgin's Richard Branson is, while a few are keen to know if 'The Apprentice' star Lord Sugar is actually black. No, really.

From big British leaders to international businessmen, take a look at what happened when we Googled a variety of figures we were curious about...

Google Autocomplete: Business

See also: The Google Autocomplete Guide To Politicians