New York, March 19 (ANI): Barack Obama has topped Rolling Stone's list of '100 Agents of Change', featuring those who "have powerful ideas" rather than the conventional meaning of the word.
The U.S. President grabbed the top spot followed by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who were hailed as "Lewis and Clark of the Internet".
The magazine ranked Apple's CEO Steve Jobs as number three Agent of Change in America, calling him "the greatest innovator in the place where people and technology meet," reports the New York Daily News.
The No.4 spot went to Bono for setting up an unprecedented example of being "the first rock star as statesman".
Wrapping up the top five were Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert for being "Good news for people who have given up on TV news."
Rolling Stone's Top 10 Agents of Change:
1. Barack Obama
2. Larry Page and Sergey Brin
3. Steve Jobs
5. Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert
6. Henry Waxman
7. Kanye West
8. Tina Fey
9. Rahm Emanuel
10. Arianna Huffington (ANI)