Presenting: Executive Bitches

For Valentine's Day this year, Fortune put together a slideshow of various executives, analysts, fund managers, and disgraced AIG CEOs posing with their one true loves-- their dogs. For the big names who missed the deadline to submit photos, fear not-- this feature is clearly going to become an annual thing. For those already mentally directing a photoshoot of yourself and Jamie the Younger, maybe running down Park Ave or shooting hoops at the Garden, you might first consider looking to this year's pioneering efforts for inspiration.
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For Valentine's Day this year, Fortune put together a slideshow of various executives, analysts, fund managers, and disgraced AIG CEOs posing with their one true loves-- their dogs. For the big names who missed the deadline to submit photos, fear not-- this feature is clearly going to become an annual thing. For those already mentally directing a photoshoot of yourself and Jamie the Younger, maybe running down Park Ave or shooting hoops at the Garden, you might first consider looking to this year's pioneering efforts for inspiration.


For instance, in addition to putting your love for each other on display, why not use the opportunity to showcase your credentials, as "Fortune All-Star Analyst" Mike Mayo does here?


Or, for those who would prefer not to defile their bond with garish self-promotion, something a little more subtle. Show potential investors what they have to look forward to if they invest with you and Jazz. Like a nice little place on the water.


...or perhaps a private island, perfect for alone time, just the two of you.


Or maybe drop the pretense and get personal.


REALLY personal. Say, "Screw it-- it's Valentine's Day and this is the real me, with my dogs, and we love each other in a way you can't possibly imagine.** Unashamed and unmuzzled. Bitch on bitch. And if anyone is wearing a dog collar, it's me."

An Executive's Best Friend [Fortune]

**Though if you've seen Marley In Me you get the idea.

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