Arvind Krishna as IBM CEO: Before we celebrate this as India's achievement, time to ask why talent leaves the country
If we aspire to build world class enterprises in India that do not thrive on cost arbitrage arising from cheap labour, we need to ask why is that we have only managed to create best in class education institutes that provide a launching pad for further education and not necessarily to global leadership?
While the leadership change was largely expected, Wall Street analysts were surprised by the timing and the choice of Krishna as CEO
Indian-origin Arvind Krishna to take over as CEO of IBM in April; here's all you need to know about the man who succeeds Virginia Rometty
Currently, Senior Vice President at IBM, Krishna's responsibilities include the IBM Cloud, IBM Security and Cognitive Applications business, and IBM Research
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.
Rometty will continue at the company as executive chairman and will retire at the end of the year.
Apart from being incredibly small, IBM intends to make manufacturing these tiny computers cost as low as 10 Cents which is less than a rupee.