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Elon Musk finds list of Indian-origin CEOs of global companies ‘impressive’

Elon Musk finds list of Indian-origin CEOs of global companies ‘impressive’

The ‘World of Statistics’ account on X (formerly Twitter) has shared a list of CEOs of the world’s largest companies of Indian origin. The list quickly went viral and prompted many to weigh in, including SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Elon Musk responded to a tweet that listed the CEOs of the world’s leading companies of Indian origin. (REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/File Photo)

Among the listed companies, Sundar Pichai heads both Google and Alphabet, Sanjay Mehrotra heads Micron Technology, Shantanu Narayen is the CEO of Adobe, and Satya Nadella is the chairman and CEO of Microsoft. The list does not end here.

Zscaler, a cloud security company, is led by Jay Chaudhry, while Arvind Krishna is the CEO of IBM, Neal Mohan heads YouTube, and George Kurian is the CEO of NetApp. And let’s not forget Leena Nair, CEO of Chanel and Laxman Narasimhan at the head of Starbucks.

Elon Musk reacted to this list, but before we share how he reacted, check out the full list of global CEOs of Indian origin here:

Amazing, isn’t it? Well, Musk had the same reaction after looking at this list. He simply commented, “Impressive.”

Here’s how others reacted to the tweet:

“Indians are one of the most hardworking people. Dubai has so many millionaires who came from India with nothing and worked their way up. Bless them,” one individual posted.

Another commented: “Indians rule the world.”

“It is wonderful to see Indians leading many global organizations. Jai Hind,” expressed a third.

A fourth said, “This is called world-class representation.”

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The individual even remarked that India is the “CEO of the Moon’s South Pole,” after the country successfully soft-landed the Pragyan rover on the South Pole of the Moon’s surface.

Since it was shared on August 26, the tweet has garnered close to 16 million views, and the numbers are still growing. What do you think of this list?

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Source: newstars.edu.vn

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