Indian Origin CEO Of US Companies: All the big companies of America are headed by CEOs of Indian origin. These Indian-origin CEOs have the power to boost the American economy and change its future. Last year, FedEx founder and CEO Fred Smith had said in a statement that Indian-origin Americans have taken over the American economy and America.
If we look at the Indian-origin CEOs of leading American companies, Sundar Pichai is at the helm of the world’s largest search engine Google i.e. Alphabet. The CEO of Microsoft is Satya Nadella. Adobe’s CEO is also Shantanu Narayan of Indian origin. The responsibility of YouTube is also in the hands of Indian origin Neil Mohan. The CEO of IBM is also Arvind Krishna of Indian origin.
Indian CEOs who are changing the America* Future:
CEO of Alphabet Google 🇮🇳
CEO of Microsoft 🇮🇳
CEO of YouTube 🇮🇳
CEO of Adobe 🇮🇳
CEO of World Bank Group 🇮🇳
CEO of IBM 🇮🇳
CEO of Albertsons 🇮🇳
CEO of NetApp 🇮🇳
CEO of Palo Alto Networks 🇮 🇳
CEO of Arista Networks 🇮🇳
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This year, the command of the World Bank is also with the Indian-origin CEO Ajay Banga, who was the CEO of MasterCard before becoming the head of the World Bank. In the past he has also been the Vice Chairman of General Atlantic. The CEO of American company NetApp is also Indian George Kurian. The CEO of the leading American pharma company Novartis is also a person of Indian origin, whose name is Vasant Narasimhan. The CEO of Starbucks (Novartis) is also Lakshman Narasimhan, who is a person of Indian origin. Sanjay Mehrotra is the CEO of American company Micron Technology which is setting up a semiconductor plant in Gujarat. The command of Honeywell is also in the hands of Indian origin CEO Vimal Kapoor.
Apart from this, American companies like Flex, Wayfair, Channel OnlyFans are also headed by CEOs of Indian origin. When FedEx’s Fred Smith was replaced by IIT graduate Raj Subramaniam, Fred Smith wrote, Indian Americans are taking over the entire American economy. The chiefs of Microsoft, Adobe and IBM are Indians. He called it shocking.
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