Elon Musk vs. Henry Ford: Who Is the Best Entrepreneur Ever?
Two titans of the auto industry face off in the final round of the Entrepreneur Madness Bracket Challenge
And then there were two.
In the midst of March Madness, we created our own bracket of the 64 best living, historical and fictional entrepreneurs ever. Now, after five rounds of voting, you've narrowed the field down to just two of the best entrepreneurs of all time: Elon Musk and Henry Ford. And, while there were plenty of great contenders in our bracket -- from Vito Corleone to Jeff Bezos -- it makes sense that they're the last two standing.
Ford, who was once worth today's equivalent of about $200 billion (more than Bill Gates, Warren Buffet and Larry Page combined), became the first man in history to mass-produce automobiles.
And Musk's company Tesla recently surpassed GM to become the most valuable company in America.
Which one is your favorite?
Vote by 4 p.m. ET on Thursday, April 13, to make your voice heard. Check the site on Friday, April 14, to see who won the final round of the Entrepreneur Bracket Madness Challenge.
Round One Exits: Al Capone, Apu, Arianna Huffington, Bill Gates, Bob Belcher, Evan Spiegel, George Bailey, George Lucas, Gordon Gekko, Jack Ma, Jim Henson, Joy Mangano, Julia and Suzanne Sugarbaker, Kiichiro Toyoda, Lex Luthor, Lorelai Gilmore, Martha Stewart, Michael Dell, Mr. Burns, Naveen Jain, Omar Little, Reid Hoffman, Ron Popeil, Russell Simmons, Sara Blakely, Scrooge McDuck, Steve Case, Tom Haverford, Tony Soprano, Tony Stark, Tyra Banks, Willy Wonka
Round Two Exits: Bruce Wayne, Coco Chanel, Jack Dorsey, J. K. Rowling, Jessica Alba, Mark Zuckerberg, PT Barnum, Sam Walton, Scarlet O'Hara, Shark Tank Crew, Shonda Rhimes, Steve Jobs, The Babysitters Club, Thomas Watson, Travis Kalanick, Walter White
Sweet 16 Exits: Berry Gordy Jr., Brian Chesky, Charles Foster Kane, Jay Gatsby, Mr. Monopoly, Richard Branson, Vito Corleone, Walt Disney
Elite 8 Exits: Jeff Bezos, Milton Hershey, Oprah Winfrey, Ray Kroc
Final 4 Exits: Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Warren Buffett