Radhika Gupta: Meet the young CEO of India's first domestic hedge fund
Radhika is also known as " the girl with the broken neck". She made the headlines recently when she shared her inspiring journey from being bullied for her "crooked neck" to becoming one of the youngest CEOs in the country. She shared her thoughts in a post for online portal Humans of Bombay. Gupta started her career in 2005 as a Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company.
Javier Olivan: Know the new COO of Meta
Olivan joined Meta(formerly known as Facebook) in October 2007 as Head of International Growth. Olivan had been associated with Meta when the company had less than 50 million users. He is 'one of the most influential people in Facebook's history' as described by Mark Zuckerberg. Olivan helped the company to build a 2+ billion-strong community across the globe.
PhysicsWallah : From Youtube Channel to India's first profitable edtech unicorn
The transaction values the company at $1.1 billion post-completion. PhysicsWallah is the latest Indian startup to enter the $1 billion club. PW that entered the Unicorn club, is the 1st company in 2022 to hit this milestone and the 101st company in India to achieve this height. With this new juncture, the company has entered the elite list of edtech unicorns like Byju's, Vedantu, Eruditus, and Upgrad. The company is the only profitable edtech unicorn at the moment.
Revathi Advaithi: Know the India-born CEO of Flex Ltd.
Revathi Advaithi is a co-chair of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Advanced Manufacturing CEO Community (2022) and joined the WEF Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders (2021). She was also named in Fortune’s Most Powerful Women list for 3 consecutive years, in 2019, 2020, and 2021. She was also recognized as one of the 'Most Powerful Women' in India in 2020 by Business Today.
Arvind Krishna: Meet the India-born CEO and Chairman of IBM
Arvind has been associated with IBM since 1990 and was promoted to senior vice president in 2015, managing IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software and IBM Research divisions. He is also credited for being a principal architect of the acquisition of Red Hat, the largest acquisition in the company's history. He later became the General Manager in Information Management Software and Systems and Technology Group of IBM.
Sandeep Mathrani: Meet the India-born CEO and Chairman of WeWork
After two years of hard work, he has also been given the charge of Chairman for the same company. Sandeep currently serves on the executive board and the board of trustees for the International Council of Shopping Centers, and on the board of directors of Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. Sandeep is an Indian-American real estate executive who joined WeWork two years ago following the co-working company’s descent into bankruptcy and departure of controversial former CEO and founder Adam Neumann.
Sonia Syngal: Meet the CEO of the largest specialty apparel company of US
Syngal was born in India but was raised in Canada after her family migrated when she was a child. The family later settled down in the US. She did her bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kettering University in 1993 and pursued her Master's in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Stanford University in 1995.
Raghu Raghuram: Meet the India-born CEO of VMware
He was born in India. Raghu completed his graduation from IIT Bombay and moved to the USA for further studies. Raghu Raghuram completed his Master's in Business Administration from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in the year 1996 and also holds a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from the (IIT Bombay) Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai.
Raj Subramaniam: Meet the India-born CEO of FedEx
He joined FedEx in 1996 and became the Vice president of Marketing of Asia Pacific and later on became the regional president of Canada Pacific. As President and Chief Operating Officer at FEDEX CORP, Rajesh Subramaniam made $7,966,929 in total. Of this total $987,667 was received as a salary, $1,991,136 was received as a bonus, $2,469,792 was received in stock options, $1,504,730 was awarded as stock and $1,013,604 came from other types according to proxy statements.
C.S. Venkatakrishnan: Meet the new CEO of Barclays Bank PLC
C.S. Venkatakrishnan was born in Mysore. His full name is Coimbatore Sundararajan Venkatakrishnan. He completed his schooling at Mysore's High school and pursued his graduation in operations research. He also did Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Before joining Barclays in 2016, he worked for JPMorgan Chase for 22 years where he held senior positions in assets management, investment banking, and risk management.