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To be precise

October 2, 2008

“Our financial reforms are carefully calibrated. We do not take decisions without considering the pros and cons”
P. Chidambaram, Finance Minister, to Agencies

“Quite top-notch actually”
Paolo Canali, Global Marketing Director, Canali, on the Indian luxury goods market, in The Economic Times

“We are going to put what matters to you most at your fingertips”
Tapan Bhat, Senior Vice President, Yahoo!, on the radical redesign of the Internet giant’s home page, to Reuters

“The biggest happiness I felt in my life was the day in 1980 when I had my first $1 million in the bank, a result of the Indonesian business. After that, everything has become normal”
Lakshmi N. Mittal, Chairman and CEO, Arcelor Mittal, in Financial Times

“Stocks are painful. You need to track a lot of things. They get affected by central banks, politics, corporate governance, balance sheet and environment issues”
James B. Rogers, Co-founder, Quantum Fund, in DNA

“Statistically, there should be four Steve Jobs in India because we have 300 million people, and you have 1.2 billion. So, there should be four Steve Jobs in India. You just have to find them. A programmer in India shouldn’t want to be just a recipient of American outsourced work”
Guy Kawasaki, MD, Garage Technology Ventures, an early-stage, Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm, in The Economic Times

 


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