The list has been topped by President of Baseball Operations at Chicago Cubs Theo Epstein, followed by Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma on the second spot.
Nadella has been ranked fifth among 50 global corporate heads by Fortune Magazine in its annual 'Businessperson of the Year' compilation, followed by CEO of Milwaukee-based maker of water heaters A O Smith Ajita Rajendra on the 34th spot, HDFC Bank's Managing Director Aditya Puri on the 36th position and Banga on 40th.
The second annual 'Change the World' list is topped by UK's GlaxoSmithkline, followed by Israel-based IDE Technologies and American conglomerate General Electric at the second and third positions, respectively.
Modi is ranked 5th on the 2015 roster of 'World's Greatest Leaders' with Satyarthi coming in at the 28th spot. The list has been topped by Apple CEO Tim Cook.
The tech giant's well-documented employee benefits helped land it the top spot on this list, the magazine said and added that its perks go beyond the office.
Sapient (NASDAQ: SAPE), today announced that it has been ranked among the top 10 Most Admired Companies in the IT, ITeS & BPO sector in India, according to an annual survey published by Fortune India. Described as the â€œdefinitive report card on corporate reputationsâ€, the Fortune Most Admired List is developed in collaboration with the Hay Group.
MasterCard's India-born CEO Ajay Banga and ICICI Bank chief Chanda Kochhar have been named by Fortune magazine among the '2012 Businesspersons of the Year', an annual ranking of 50 global leaders who are "the best in business".
Sallie Krawcheck, the once most powerful women on Wall Street has had many ups and downs in her career which is perhaps best described in the cover story of Fortune Magazine in 2002. She admitted that all the volatility in her career has taught her how to be a better manager.
The beginning of this week saw the unceremonious ouster of Yahoo!‘s CEO, Carol Bartz, over a telephone conversation with Roy Bostock, the company‘s Chairman.
Warren Buffett has been buying amid this week's sharp declines in the market, and has not yet seen anything that suggests another downturn is emerging, the legendary investor told Fortune magazine.
Eight Indian companies have made the cut in the list of world's 500 largest companies compiled by Fortune magazine, with Indian Oil finding a place in the top 100 and Reliance Industries in 134th spot.
US Federal prosecutors are negotiating a settlement with Ranbaxy that could result in fines and payments exceeding USD 1 billion, as mentioned in the Fortune Magazine, for fraudulent conduct alleged by the FDA, reports CNBC-TV18's Ekta Batra.