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  • Fortune 500 List Sees Record Number Of Women CEOs

    Fortune 500 List Sees Record Number Of Women CEOs

    On Wednesday, Fortune Magazine released its 2017 Fortune 500 list, which ranks major U.S. companies by their fiscal 2016 revenues, and 32 of the companies, or 6.4 percent, were run by female CEOs.

  • Government Strongly Committed To Continuing Economic Reforms: PM Modi

    Government Strongly Committed To Continuing Economic Reforms: PM Modi

    Addressing the biannual Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, dubbed 'Davos of the East', that had Fortune 500 CEOs and global leaders in attendance, PM Modi said creating an enabling environment for business and attracting investments is his top priority.

  • Seven Indian Firms On Fortune 500; Rajesh Exports Replaces ONGC

    Seven Indian Firms On Fortune 500; Rajesh Exports Replaces ONGC

    Seven Indian companies have made it to the latest Fortune 500 list of the world's biggest corporations in terms of revenue with the retail giant Walmart topping the global rankings.

  • The Part-Time Job That Can Pay More Than $250,000 A Year

    The Part-Time Job That Can Pay More Than $250,000 A Year

    The people who sit on the boards of America's largest corporations got a modest raise last year. Corporate directors at Fortune 500 companies saw a three percent increase in their total direct compensation for 2015, rising to a median $263,500, according to a new report from the advisory firm Willis Towers Watson.

  • Why 8K Miles Software Services Shares Have Tripled in a Year

    Why 8K Miles Software Services Shares Have Tripled in a Year

    In the quarter ended December 31, the company has added three Fortune 500 companies to its customer base, said Mr Venkatachari.

  • Indian Oil Tops Fortune 500 List for Sixth Straight Year

    Indian Oil Tops Fortune 500 List for Sixth Straight Year

    State-run Indian Oil Corporation has maintained its No. 1 position in terms of revenue, followed by Reliance Industries, for the sixth consecutive year in the list of Fortune 500 Indian companies 2015.

  • At Dinner With Fortune 500 CEOs, PM Modi Serves up a New India

    At Dinner With Fortune 500 CEOs, PM Modi Serves up a New India

    India is open for business and the top priority for his government was reforms in governance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a group of more than 40 top executives of America.

  • Super Bowls and Fine Wines: Document Describes World of Dow CEO

    Super Bowls and Fine Wines: Document Describes World of Dow CEO

    Running a Fortune 500 company is a high-pressure occupation. But as documents from Dow Chemical Co suggest, the CEO job can offer some luxuries as well.

  • IOC is India's Biggest Company: Fortune 500 List

    IOC is India's Biggest Company: Fortune 500 List

    Indian Oil Corp (IOC) tops the chart with an annual revenue of Rs 5,00,973 crore, while Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Ltd's (RIL) full-year revenue is Rs 4,44,021 crore.

  • PM Modi to Launch Mega 'Make in India' Campaign Today

    PM Modi to Launch Mega 'Make in India' Campaign Today

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unveil his ambitious "Make in India" campaign today, with an aim to turn the country into a global manufacturing hub. The sales pitch for the ambitious plan will likely be made to the world's top 3,000 companies and comes just ahead of PM Modi's US visit, where he will be meeting CEOs of several Fortune 500 compani...

  • PM Modi's 'Make in India' Campaign: 10 Things to Know

    PM Modi's 'Make in India' Campaign: 10 Things to Know

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unveil his ambitious "Make in India" campaign on Thursday, with an aim to turn the country into a global manufacturing hub. The sales pitch for the ambitious plan will likely be made to the world's top 3,000 companies and comes just ahead of PM Modi's US visit, where he will be meeting CEOs of several Fortune 500 c...

  • PM Modi to Hard Sell India Story to Fortune 500 CEOs in US Visit

    PM Modi to Hard Sell India Story to Fortune 500 CEOs in US Visit

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet CEOs of several Fortune 500 companies during his maiden visit to the US later this week. The visitors' list will comprise of top bosses from Google, Boeing, IBM, Goldman Sachs, MasterCard and Pepsi, the Ministry of External Affairs said on Tuesday.

  • India-born executive may head Nokia: report

    India-born executive may head Nokia: report

    After Satya Nadella, it may now be the turn of another Mangalore University graduate to head a Fortune 500 company.

  • Fortune 500 companies' profits near record; Wal-Mart is No.1

    Fortune 500 companies' profits near record; Wal-Mart is No.1

    The 500 largest US companies scored near-record profits last year and retailer Wal-Mart replaced ExxonMobil as the biggest revenue maker on the annual list, Fortune magazine said today.

  • Indian Oil Corp retains top rank in Fortune 500 India list

    Indian Oil Corp retains top rank in Fortune 500 India list

    State-run Indian Oil Corp is the biggest company in terms of revenue, followed by Reliance Industries, according to the Fortune 500 list of Indian companies for 2012.

  • Pepsico CEO Indra Nooyi among 18 women leading Fortune 500

    Pepsico CEO Indra Nooyi among 18 women leading Fortune 500

    Nooyi is listed fourth among top women executives by the leading US business magazine.

  • IT giant Cognizant named a Fortune 500 company

    IT giant Cognizant named a Fortune 500 company

    After registering strong results over the past several quarters, IT Company Cognizant Technologies has now entered the list of Fortune 500 companies. The Fortune Magazine's ranking of America's largest companies, lists Cognizant at number 484, with $4.59 billion in annual revenue for 2010. Cognizant has managed to enter the list in jus...

  • Wal-Mart remains atop Fortune 500 list

    Wal-Mart remains atop Fortune 500 list

    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. remains atop the Fortune 500 list even as it struggled to keep its U.S. customers coming in the door. The world's largest retailer held onto the top spot for the second year in a row thanks to gains at its international stores. The company's U.S. division has had seven straight quarters of declines in revenue at stores ...

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