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Duvvuri Subbarao

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Duvvuri Subbarao Governor Reserve Bank of India

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Dr. D Subbarao took oversaw the 22nd Governor of Reserve Bank of India on 5th of September 2008. He was being revered in September 2011 but Government gave him 2 years of extension. Dr. Subbarao has earlier been Secretary to the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (2005-2007),Lead economist in the World Bank (199-2004), Finance Secretary to the Government of Andhra Pradesh (1993-98) and Joint Secretary in the Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India (1988-1993). D. Subbarao motivational

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Dr. Subbarao came into the Reserve Bank just a week before the global financial crisis erupted in full in mid-September 2008. He led the Reserve Bank’s effort to mitigate the impact of the crisis on India and was actively engaged in the G-20 effort to coordinate an international response to the crisis. The challenges ahead for the Reserve Bank, as he sees them, are to bring inflation down, support the growth momentum of the Indian economy, take financial sector reforms forward and deepen financial inclusion.

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RATAN TATA

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RATAN TATA

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ABOUT RATAN TATA RATAN NAVAL TATA (born 28 December 1937) is the present chairman of TATA Sons and therefore, TATA GROUP. Also, he is one among the few Zoroastrians in the world. He is also the chairman of major Tata companies such as Tata Steel, Tata Motors, Tata Power, Tata consultancy Service, Tata tea, Tata Chemicals, The Indian Hotels Company and Tata Teleservices. In 1981, JRD Tata stepped down as Tata Industries chairman, naming Ratan as his successor. He was heavily criticized for lacking experience in running a company of the scale of Tata Industries.

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At Tatas, we believe that if we are not among the top three in an industry, we should look seriously at what it would take to become one of the top three players.. or think about exiting the industry. RATAN TATA MOTIVATIONAL We’re responsible for the fortunes of the company but this is a bone-dry situation in terms of access to credit. Nobody can operate on that basis unless you have large cash balances, which we don’t. My concern is that the government doesn’t appear to care about manufacturing. He think the Tata Group’s greatest contribution to the growth of the Indian economy and Indian industry probably happened in the pre-independence era. The Group’s investments in industries such as steel, textiles, power and hotels were certainly driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, but they were driven even more, I think, by a desire to make India self-sufficient and independent of its colonial masters then.

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Biki oberoi

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These days, many Indians are treated as global successes, able to compete with the world’s finest. Few however, get to the stage where they are regarded as international legends within their own industries. And fewer still create global brands. Biki Oberoi is that rare exception, an Indian who is highly regarded by nearly everybody in the business. Ask a top hotelier anywhere in the world if he has heard of the Oberoi chain, and the chances are that not only will he know the company but he will also tell you about its charismatic head.

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And though the hotel business is dominated by global chains with massive resources (the Ritz-Carltons, Four Seasons, Starwoods and Mandarin Orientals), Biki has carved out an extraordinary reputation for the Oberois. His hotels regularly appear on lists of the world’s best hotels; often one of his properties tops the list and one year, he had three hotels in the top six.

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It is slightly unkind thing to say especially since his father lived to be over 100 years – but surely at 77,he must feel the twilight of his career? He says yes ,but everything about the way in which he behaves suggest the opposite. he still want to build another hotel in Delhi. He thinks that the older oberoi hotels are dated because the rooms are too small for genuine luxury properties .his dream ,he says ,is to pull down the Delhi oberoi and build a new hotel on the same location.

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Whenever someone ask him for retirement then he tells that his father lived to be 104 years so as compare to that he is just started and wants to carried for next few years...

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(born 28 October 1955) is an Indian-born American business executive. She is the current Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo, the second largest food & beverage business in the world.

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Anything that's done to address unemployment in terms of massive stimulus spending is going to exacerbate deficits. And anything that's done to address deficits in the short-term is going to exacerbate unemployment. As a leader, She is tough on myself and She raise the standard for everybody; however, She is very caring because She want people to excel at what they are doing so that they can aspire to be me in the future.

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When She was president of the company, she said, 'Okay, She can do this - piece of cake.' Then when you are the CEO, the responsibilities multiply enormously because you worry about everything.

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