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Outgoing Twitter CEO Dick Costolo

Costolo will be replaced by co-founder Jack Dorsey on an interim basis. He will step down on July 1 and will continue to serve on the board

Conducted by Glassdoor, the survey recognises 50 highest-rated CEOs at large companies (1,000 or more employees) judged by the people who work for them in the US.
She is the ultimate comeback heroine. Whenever political pundits have written her off, Jayalalithaa Jayaraman has managed to bounce back from the brink.
Counted among the most valuable start-ups in the world, Uber has lagged local rival Ola in India.
Harsh Chitale, CEO of Philips Lighting Solutions, South Asia, talks about his new role at the recently-joined company and the changing landscape in lighting.
Talent is the scarcest resource in business and it's time to invest in the talent economy for growth. Here are four steps to reboot reactive talent agendas.
Twiplomacy Study 2015 shows foreign minister Sushma Swaraj is the most followed foreign minister on the microblogging platform.
BlackBerry's India head Sunil Lalvani has put in his papers after a two-year stint with the Canadian handset maker.

Munjal took over the new managerial role from his father Brijmohan Lall, who has been the company's chairman since its inception in 1984.
Featuring: Nita Ambani, Yash Birla, Subrata Roy and Pradip Baijal.
Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma on his love for top-end gadgets, speed and new-age technology.
The state-run Global Times has been using the word "pragmatism" to describe the Indian prime minister's diplomatic initiatives.
At Xiaomi, India head Manu Kumar Jain wants to continue like a start-up and aims to scale his team up to 50 members by the first anniversary.