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Best CEOs of India 2012

Best CEOs of India 2012

The unlikely leader - A.M. Naik

Jan 18, 2012

The Chairman and Managing Director of Larsen & Toubro Limited talks of L&T's diverse interests and the philosophy he applies for managing the company.

The timekeeper - Bhaskar Bhat

Jan 18, 2012

Titan Industries' Bhaskar Bhat says that among the huge portfolio of products, watches are his favourite.

From centre-half to referee - Y.C. Deveshwar

Jan 18, 2012

In a candid conversation with Business Today's Editor Chaitanya Kalbag, the chairman of ITC talks about the company's acquisition strategies, its structure and of his days in Air India.

Driven to succeed - R. Sridhar

Jan 18, 2012

Shriram Transport Finance's Managing Director R. Sridhar talks about his approach to customers and how he created an ecosystem for commercial vehicle finance.

India's best-performing CEOs

Jan 18, 2012

We present 25 top leaders of corporate India, who through long stints shepherded a range of companies and took them to greater heights. Visit INSEAD Knowledge for more insights into the CEO ranking and a video interview of Bala Vissa, one of the authors of the study.The Top SixNaveen Jindal | A.M.Naik | Y.C. Deveshwar | Bhaskar Bhat | Sunil Mittal | R. Sridhar | The other nineteen

How the ranking was created

Jan 18, 2012

We ranked best Indian CEOs based on the shareholder returns they generated during their tenure.

L&T chief A.M. Naik

'An L&T man is always more sought after'

Jan 18, 2012

A.M. Naik of Larsen & Toubro, ranked second in the list of India's best CEOs, talks about his plans for the company.

From centre-half to referee - Y.C. Deveshwar

Jan 12, 2012

Yogi Deveshwar's crack team has converted every penalty corner into a goal.

Naveen Jindal with his family. Photo: www.naveenjindal.com

Naveen Jindal: Not your usual CEO

Jan 12, 2012

Do not go by the detached demeanour of Business Today's top-ranked CEO; he has transformed a tiny, ailing factory into a Rs 47,000-crore empire.

Mittal's mettle

Jan 12, 2012

Guts, smarts and luck have catapulted Sunil Mittal to the top of the Indian corporate sweepstakes. And, he is comfortably perched there.

The unlikely leader - A.M.Naik

Jan 12, 2012

When A.M. Naik started out, his odds of getting a job at L&T were low. But the company's success owes much to his doggedness.