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In recent years, a pseudoscience has emerged around the theory that left-partedness signals leadership potential, while parting on the right suggests a little something off-kilter. Among CEOs of the 50 largest companies in the Fortune 500, only three part their hair on the right. Here's a sampling of top execs and their 'dos.

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Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway
Warren Buffett, <I>Berkshire Hathaway</i>
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America's richest man and chief of the 500's 11th-largest company comes across as the classic left-brainer: rational and assertive.
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Last updated April 25 2008: 12:32 PM ET