biz@india interview

Maurice Lévy

Maurice Lévy

June 1, 2017

While online platforms are essential for the future of advertising, combating issues specific to the medium can only be done by the companies leading in the medium, says Lévy. Maurice Lévy, the chief executive officer (CEO) of leading advertising and public relations company Pu...

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Paul Sheard

Paul Sheard

June 1, 2017

Brexit and Trump are the two main disruptions for 2017, and the world will have to keep an eye out to see how exactly they will react and affect the economy, says Sheard. Paul Sheard, the executive vice president and chief economist at S&P Global, goes deep to find the root c...

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Nitin Gadkari

Nitin Gadkari

June 1, 2017

With new projects in the pipeline and increasing support of the people, the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways and Shipping is making consistent progress in India, says Gadkari. The minister of Road Transport & Highways and Shipping in India, Nitin Gadkari, talks to Bi...

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Takehiko Nakao

Takehiko Nakao

June 1, 2017

It’s not just China that is booming, the rest of Asia is also showing steady progress, while developing nations have their own obstacles to overcome, they are distinctly different from the issues of more developed economies, says Nakao. Takehiko Nakao, the president of Asian De...

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Philippe Brassac

Philippe Brassac

June 1, 2017

Since 2016 was an unpredictable year, some might take a pessimistic look at 2017, but instead the year has brought forth more clarity and optimism in businesses, says Brassac. Philippe Brassac, the chief executive officer of Crédit Agricole shares with Biz@ India his optimism re...

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Andrew Witty

Andrew Witty

June 1, 2017

Balancing the need for providing access to medicine while simultaneously striving for innovation are the main reasons behind a successful run as the CEO of GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), says Witty. Andrew Witty speaks to Biz@India while he is on the cusp of exiting as the chief executiv...

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Tom Finke

Tom Finke

June 1, 2017

While Asia’s economy is holding up fairly well, the United States of America (US) is likely to continue its slow growth, but barring any surprises, stability is expected in 2017, says Finke. Being the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of a global investment management ...

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