Kumar, a retired 1984-batch IAS officer of the Jharkhand cadre, will have a five-year tenure and retire in 2025. He will preside over the next Lok Sabha polls in 2024
IBM CEO Gini Rometty to step down; cloud boss Arvind Krishna who spearheaded Red Hat deal to take over in April
Rometty, 62, will continue as executive chairman and will retire at the end of the year.
Dutta, who is currently the CEO, has been redesignated with immediate effect and his term in the new role would be valid till 23 January 2024, according to a release
Rajan Anandan to log out of Google India by April-end after eight-year stint; to join Sequoia Capital India
Rajan Anandan will focus on developing Surge into the world’s top scale-up program for startups by acting as an investment advisor and mentor at Sequoia Capital India
Indra Nooyi, former Pepsico CEO, joins Amazon as new board member; second woman to be inducted on e-commerce board
Indra Nooyi, who will be part of the audit committee of Amazon's board, stepped down as the CEO of PepsiCo in October 2018 and as the chairman of the beverage-and-snack maker earlier this year.
NTPC's board has appointed Sreekant as Director Finance on the board through a circular resolution with effect from 12 February, the filing said.
Aditya Puri has been with the bank since 1994, making him the longest-serving head of any private bank in the country
Amitabh Chaudhry's tenure is for three years from 1 January 2019 till 31 December 2021.
TP Senkumar reinstated: Police reforms unlikely till states adopt SC's 2006 directives to the letter
Until the Supreme Court's 2006 directives are implemented to the letter across all states of India, TP Senkumar won’t be the last officer to be denied the police chief’s post for flimsy, political reasons
Incoming CEO Chuck Robbins reveals the changes he is making at Cisco as he takes over the networking giant from long-time CEO John Chambers.
The changes in the executive may well be the harbinger of the bitter pills Modi had once promised and then forgotten. Be prepared
The Opposition has already begun to jeer. Digvijaya and Azad have asked Rajnath not to give up his captaincy.