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Dec 11, 2017
Fortune 500 companies see only 13 percent women in cybersecurity roles : ReportThe CISO role is dominated by men and Fortune 20 companies fare a bit worse, with only two female CISOs within that cohort.
Dec 04, 2017
Infosys' new CEO Salil Parekh is a good fit, but questions loom on strategy amid disruptive technological changeNarayan Murthy has not been effusive in his early welcome for Salil Parekh. For Parekh, this might contain a watch-your-step message.
Jul 21, 2016
7 Indian firms feature in Fortune 500 list; IOC ranked highest but ONGC falls offIndian Oil Corp is ranked highest at 161st with revenues of $54.7 billion
Sep 25, 2015
PM Modi dines with several Fortune 500 CEOs, exhorts to make in IndiaPrime Minister Narendra Modi has dined with over 50 CEOs from the Fortune 500 companies while continuing his pitch that India is open for business.
Jul 23, 2015
Indian Oil, Reliance Industries among seven Indian firms in Fortune Global 500 listWhile Indian Oil, Reliance, Bharat Petroleum, Hindustan Petroleum, and Oil and Natural Gas slipped in rankings from the previous year, Tata Motors and SBI improved in rankings.
Jun 05, 2015
Walmart leads Fortune 500 list, Facebook surges in rankingsWalmart kept its lock on the top ranking of the Fortune 500 annual list of the largest US companies today, while Apple was the most profitable and Facebook the most upward-bound, Fortune Magazine announced.
Jan 19, 2015
RIL, ONGC, 6 other Fortune 500 cos spend $81 mn on CSRAs many as eight Indian companies in Fortune Global 500 list including Reliance Industries and ONGC spend as much as $81 million a year on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, a report says.
Dec 14, 2014
Fortune 500: IOC emerges as India's biggest company, RIL at number 2State-run Indian Oil Corporation is the country's largest company in terms of revenue, followed by Reliance Industries and Bharat Petroleum in the second and third place respectively, according to the Fortune 500 list of Indian companies for 2014.
Aug 08, 2014
Glass ceiling? Only four percent of Indian company directors are womenThe Companies Act, 2013 , passed by parliament in August last year, makes it mandatory for public and private firms with an annual turnover of at least three billion rupees ($50 million) to have at least one female director by October 1, 2014.
Aug 03, 2014
Google most attractive employer for Asia-Pacific grads; Indian firms don't make the cutGoogle is followed by Deloitte, Citi, Apple and P&G in the top-five firms for business students. Among engineering and IT students, Google is followed by Apple, Microsoft, Samsung and BMW.