New Delhi, Aug 27 (IANS) Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA ) and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is impressed at the way Indian-origin people have taken over as CEOs of most of the top tech companies, as well as some of the non-tech organisations, and the list is only growing.By holding top positions, the Indian-origin people are earning millions of dollars which puts them among the highest paid CEOs in the US.
When the World of Statistics posted on X (formerly Twitter) the list of Indian-origin people at top companies, Musk reacted late on Saturday: “Impressive”.
His followers reacted, saying “Indians are some of the hardest working people”.
India is even the “CEO of Moon's South Pole,” a Musk follower chuckled, after the country successfully landed its Chandrayaan-3 Moon mission.
Currently, Sanjay Mehrotra is the CEO of Micron Technology (NASDAQ: MU ); Shantanu Narayen is the CEO of Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE ); Satya Nadella is Chairman and CEO of Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ); Sunder Pichai is the CEO of Alphabet and Google (NASDAQ: GOOGL ); Jay Chaudhry is the CEO of Zscaler which is a cloud security company; Arvind Krishna is the CEO of IBM (NYSE: IBM ); Neal Mohan is the CEO of YouTube; and George Kurian is the CEO of NetApp, among the top tech giants.
Leena Nair broke all barriers by becoming the first ever Indian-origin global CEO of French luxury fashion house, Chanel. While Laxman Narasimhan is the CEO of Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX ), Amrapali 'Ami' Gan became the CEO of adult entertainment platform OnlyFans (before stepping down in July this year).
Anjali Sud is the CEO of Vimeo (NASDAQ: VMEO ), the online video platform and Rangarajan Raghuram is the CEO of VMware.
Meanwhile, Musk is looking forward to visiting India next year, as he plans to establish a Tesla supply chain ecosystem in the country.
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