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Best CEOs 2019
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Mukesh Ambani has transformed RIL into a manufacturing plus consumer-centric company


 
 

Shiv Nadar's contribution goes far beyond the success of HCL and its companies, to being a mentor and a visionary

Uday Kotak has ensured phenomenal growth without adding too much risk

Rajeev Jain has achieved growth by doing more business with existing customers and focusing on risk

At a time when most pharma companies are cash-strapped, Divis has undertaken big capex with its cash surplus

I.S. Jha has ensured that Power Grid is able to rise up to the challenge of ever RISING demand for power in the country

Buoyed by big deals and focus on digital, CP Gurnani is looking at industry-beating growth

B.C. Tripathi has served under four ministers and set the stage for future growth

Mukesh Ambani was chosen as the champion of champions by the jury from the four winners of the size categories.
 
 

Epitaphs for Maruti Suzuki, India's largest carmaker, have been written many times, but under Kenichi Ayukawa, it remains rock-solid as ever

As the head of one of India's largest consumer electric companies, Anil Rai Gupta believes employees matter more than revenues, profits or market share

The Maggi crisis gave Nestle India supremo Suresh Narayanan an opportunity to reinvent the company

India's automobile industry is going through its worst phase but Nirmal Minda has used his experience to help Minda Industries buck the trend

Mukesh Kumar Surana transformed Hindustan Petroleum Corporation into a profit-focused company and earned it the Maharatna status

Corporate success is increasingly short-lived and CEOs need to address their core responsibility of building a fit-for-future organisation

Bhaskar Bhat's parting gift to Titan is handing over a far more valuable business

Finding growth even in a tough environment

Vinod Dasari's focussed leadership helped debt-ridden Ashok Leyland avoid a crash and turn around.