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India-born Punit Renjen appointed as Deloitte Global CEO

Hailing from Rohtak, Haryana, Renjen will assume his new role of Deloitte Global Chief Executive Officer from June 1.

Chopra, who is Director - Vodafone Business Services (VBS), will succeed Sunil Sood, who will be the MD and CEO of the company effective April 1.
Banga, is also the current chairman of the US-India Business Council representing more than 300 of the largest global companies investing in India.
"My priorities will be on operational excellence, building the company as a technology powerhouse and creating a knowledge organisation," Raju said.
The Telegana government has released Bhattacharya, who was the CMD of state-run Singareni Collieries Company, with immediate effect, the sources said.
Says Ram Charan, who advises some of the world's best-known and most successful CEOs.
Bhattacharya takes over the charge from Additional Secretary (Coal) AK Dubey who was given the additional charge as CMD of CIL from June 26.
According to private wealth consultancy Wealth-X, Alibaba Founder and CEO Jack Ma's fortune increased 173 per cent to US $29.2 billion.
The economic outlook is positive and organisations believe that a stable government will give a spurt to their business prospects.
Taranjeet will lead the company's partnership with brands for maximising their creativity and deepening their customer engagement on Twitter's platform.
Tata Global Beverages said Sushant Dash is taking charge as Regional President, India, in place of Sanjiv Sarin, who is moving as CEO designate to Tata Coffee.
The two-day Business Today MindRush 2014 offered huge takeaways for corporate leaders on how to stay at the top of their game at all times.
Sumeet joins Nando's from Reliance Brands where he most recently held the position of Business Head for Superdry, Brooks Bros, Diesel and Kenneth Cole brands.
The departures included global marketing chief DJ Lee, the source said, confirming earlier media reports.