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By Helen Walters
The age of transparency calls for company leaders to wear their hearts on their sleeves. Why not their shirt fronts, too? BusinessWeek asked readers to come up with appropriate T-shirt designs for CEOs of their choice. Here are some of the best ideas submitted from designers based around the world, including this one by Sam Amis of Cincinnati, for Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, shown taking a bite out of archrival Apple. Our thanks to all who participated. So which is your favorite?