David E. Simon is chairman and chief executive officer of Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group, an S&P 500 company and the largest U.S. publicly traded real estate company.
Early life and education:
Simon is the son of Jewish American real estate developer Melvin Simon and his first wife Bess (née Meshulam).He obtained a B.S. degree from Indiana University in 1983 and an M.B.A. from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business in 1985.
Simon started his career at First Boston. From 1988 to 1990, he worked at Wasserstein Perella & Co. as a vice president.
He joined Simon Property precursor Melvin Simon & Associates in 1990 as Chief Financial Officer. In 1993, he led the efforts to take Simon Property Group public with a nearly $1 billion initial public offering that, at the time, was the largest real estate stock offering. He became CEO in 1995 and Chairman in 2007.
He is a member and former chairman of the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (NAREIT) board of governors and is a former trustee of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). He has received numerous industry honors, and in 2000, he was inducted into the Indiana University Kelley School of Business Academy of Alumni Fellows.
In 2013, he donated $5 million support the construction Columbia Business School’s new facilities.
In 1986, he married Jacqueline Susan Freed. They have five children: Eli, Rebecca, Hannah, Samuel, and Noah.
Donald Edward Graham (born April 22, 1945) is Chairman of Graham Holdings Company. He is also the lead independent director of Facebook’s board of directors.
Donald Edward Graham was born on April 22, 1945. His parents were Katharine Graham (née Meyer), later a publisher of The Washington Post, and her husband, Philip Graham. His maternal grandmother, Agnes Meyer, was a German Lutheran. His maternal grandfather, Eugene Meyer, was German Jewish and descended from a rabbinical family in Strasbourg. He bought the bankrupt Post shortly after stepping down as Chairman of the Federal Reserve in mid-1933. His mother was baptized as a Lutheran but attended an Episcopal church.
Graham graduated from St. Albans School and then attended Harvard College. In 1965, he was elected president of The Harvard Crimson, the college’s breakfast daily. After graduation in 1966, he volunteered for military service and served in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968. There “he worked as an information specialist with the 1st Cavalry Division in Vietnam from 1967 to 1968.” From January 1969 to June 1970, Graham joined the Washington Metropolitan Police Department as a
patrolman and was sent to the Ninth Precinct in Northeast Washington. Graham excelled as a patrolman, despite the harsh conditions of the Ninth Precinct.
In 1967, Graham married Mary Wissler. Wissler earned a law degree from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s from Harvard-Radcliffe, where she met Graham. She is a research fellow at the Kennedy School’s Taubman Center at Harvard focusing on such issues as health and safety regulations. In 2007, they announced that they were separating. The Grahams have four grown children, including:
Laura Graham O’Shaughnessy is the Chief Executive Officer at Socialcode.
Will Graham is the executive producer of The Onion News Network.
Molly Graham is an executive with Quip.
On June 30, 2012, he married Amanda Bennett, a senior editor at Bloomberg News, a former editor of The Philadelphia Inquirer, and a colleague from the Pulitzer Prize Board.
Daniel Truett Cathy was born into the world in 1st March, 1953 in Jonesboro, Georgia as the primary offspring of Jeanette (McNeil) and S. Truett Cathy. He is an American finance manager. He is director, president, and CEO of inexpensive food chain Chick-fil-A, which was established and extended by his dad, S. Truett Cathy. He has a total assets of $7.1 billion as of November 2020.
Cathy said in July 2012 that he goes against same-sex marriage and supports moderate Christian causes. Duty records acquired in 2011 showed that Chick-fil-An’s administrators, the WinShape Foundation, and the Cathy family burned through huge number of dollars to crush same-sex marriage drives and to give change treatment. In March 2014, he told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that it’s anything but a “botch” for the WinShape Foundation to “support political or social plans” in the period before 2012, when this was accounted for and a public discussion broke out during a period of discussion about same-sex relationships. Regardless of this assertion, Cathy keeps on adding to crusades zeroed in on his philosophical political plan. Cathy father had as of late began a café known as the Dwarf House. Cathy has a more youthful sibling, Bubba Cathy and sister Trudy. Also their family encouraged various kids throughout the long term. He started doing radio advertisements for his dad’s unique Dwarf House eatery in Hapeville, Georgia in the last part of the 1960s, while he was going to neighborhood schools. At that point, his dad was building up extra cafés around Atlanta and Georgia as he made the establishment chain known as Chick-fil-A. Cathy acquired a four year certification in business organization from Georgia Southern University in 1975. After graduation, he started working all day for his dad’s organization, which had effectively been set up as an establishment chain. Cathy is hitched, with two youngsters. He and his family live in Atlanta, Georgia.
Cathy began as head of activities, ultimately being elevated in 2013 to president and CEO. Cathy invests a lot of his energy visiting the chain’s 2,000 eateries. Cathy holds privileged doctorates from the University of West Georgia, Anderson College, Carver Bible College, and Pepperdine University. His family runs the WinShape Foundation, a non-benefit which upholds a gathering of Southern Baptist services.
Daniel H. Schulman was born in 19th January, 1958 in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up in Princeton, New Jersey. He is an American business leader. He is president and Chief executive officer (CEO) of PayPal, once in the past filling in as gathering leader of big business development at American Express. Schulman was responsible for American Express’ worldwide procedure to extend elective versatile and online instalment administrations, structure new associations, and fabricate income streams past the conventional card and travel businesses. Earlier, he filled in as leader of Sprint’s prepaid gathering and the establishing CEO of Virgin Mobile.
At the point when he was CEO of Virgin Mobile, Schulman drove an organization with Stand Up For Kids, a charitable that conveys endurance packs and a hotline number to destitute youth. To get a more genuine feeling of what destitute children experience, Schulman once went through 24 hours in the city of New York City, bristly, enclosed by a cover, and without cash, a watch, or a wireless. His mom, S. Ruth Schulman, was partner dignitary of Rutgers’ Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) from 1974 to 1999. His dad, Mel Schulman, was a substance chemical engineer. Schulman has practiced Krav Maga since his youngsters has expressed that he follows a similar way of thinking in business. He said in a meeting, “there’s a way of thinking in combative techniques which is, ‘Never stop.’ Standing actually is requesting to be hit. You generally must face a few challenges going ahead. You can’t tolerate stilling”. He has been an occupant of Warren Township, New Jersey.
Schulman started his business profession at AT&T, working over 18 years there and turning into the most youthful individual from the organization’s senior chief team. Schulman began at a section level record the board position; when he left AT&T, he was leader of the $22 billion customer significant distance business, overseeing 40,000 employees. He then, at that point became president and COO, and afterward CEO of Priceline.com. During his two years there, Priceline’s yearly incomes developed from a detailed $20 million to about $1 billion. Schulman recently filled in as Non-Executive Chairman of NortonLifeLock (once Symantec Corporation). In September 2018, he was chosen as an individual from the Verizon Board of Directors. Schulman additionally served on the warning panel of Greycroft Partners, a private value organization zeroed in on beginning phase new media and innovation organizations. On 30th September, 2014, it was reported that Schulman would become CEO of PayPal, which would proceed as a different legitimate substance, split from eBay in 2015. His residency was additionally set apart by the $2.2 billion obtaining of European installment supplier iZettle, PayPal’s second biggest buy to date. He has expressed that his objectives at PayPal incorporate giving monetary instruments to the 70 million Americans underserved by the U.S. monetary framework. PayPal had its most grounded strong financial results ever in the primary quarter of 2021. Schulman has reported designs to expand on PayPal’s effective quarter with a PayPal “Digital wallet”.
Dara Khosrowshahi was born into the world in 28th May, 1969 Iran into a rich family and grow up childhood in a mansion on the family compound. is an Iranian-American financial specialist and the CEO of Uber. Khosrowshahi was previously CEO of Expedia Group, an organization that owns a few travel fare aggregators. He is additionally an member from the directors of BET.com, and Hotels.com, and recently served on the leading group of The New York Times Company.
He is the most youthful of the three children of Lili and Asghar Khosrowshahi, has two youngsters from his first marriage; a girl, Chloe and a boy, Alex. On 12th December, 2012, Khosrowshahi wedded Sydney Shapiro, a previous preschool instructor and entertainer. He commended his wife for wearing a Slayer T-shirt to the wedding, which was held in Las Vegas. The couple has twin children, Hayes Epic and Hugo Gubrit. His uncle, Hassan Khosrowshahi, additionally escaped Iran because of the Iranian Revolution and is currently a billionaire person.
In 1978, just before the Iranian Revolution, his family was focused on for its riches and his mom chose to abandon everything and escape the country. Their organization was later nationalized. In 1991, Khosrowshahi joined Allen and Company, a investment bank, as an analyst. In 1998, he left Allen and Company to work for one of his previous customers at the bank, Barry Diller, first at Diller’s USA Networks, where he held on the positions of senior VP for vital arranging and afterward president, and later as CFO of IAC, another organization constrained by Diller.
David L. Calhoun (conceived April 18, 1957 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He experienced childhood in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where he moved on from Parkland High School in 1975. is an American money manager, and president and CEO of The Boeing Company since January 2020. He was formerly Boeing’s chairman. He was designated after the then CEO, Dennis Muilenburg, ventured down in the midst of security issues in regards to the 737 MAX after two lethal accidents that killed 346 travelers and group ready.
He was in secondary school, Calhoun was one of three commanders of the varsity ball group and he played golf. In 1979, he moved on from Virginia Tech with a degree in bookkeeping. In 2018, Calhoun gave $20 million to Virginia Tech.
After Calhoun moved on from school, he acquired work at General Electric (GE). He chose to work for GE around then, because of its nearness to where he lived in Lehigh Valley. He worked at GE for a very long time, supervising transportation, airplane motors, reinsurance, lighting and other GE units, before eventually being named as bad habit administrator of the organization and an individual from GE’s Board of Directors in 2005.
Calhoun left GE to join secretly held worldwide data benefits firm VNU as CEO in 2006. Under his initiative the organization rebranded itself as Nielsen Holdings, gotten back to the public business sectors in 2011, and was added to the S&P 500 Index in 2013. In 2014, Calhoun became chief executive of Nielsen, and furthermore joined The Blackstone Group as a senior overseeing chief and head of portfolio tasks and an individual from Blackstone’s administration board of trustees. Blackstone had been one of six private value firms that supported Nielsen’s transformation. During his profession, Calhoun was on the governing body of Caterpillar, Gates Corporation, and Medtronic.
Since 2009, Calhoun has filled in as a chief at Boeing, and was named lead free chief in 2018. In October 2019, he was named executive of Boeing in the wake of the Boeing 737 MAX groundings, and on December 23, 2019, he ventured down as director in anticipation of turning into Boeing’s CEO and president, powerful January 13, 2020. In 2020, Boeing had a truly downright terrible, as the organization announced a $12 billion misfortune and laid off 30,000 specialists. Simultaneously, Calhoun procured $21.1 million in remuneration.
David Michael Solomon was brought into the world in around. 1962 in Hartsdale, New York. He is an American speculation financier, and the (CEO) of Goldman Sachs, a position he has held since October 2018. He has additionally been director of the bank since January 2019. Before expecting his job as CEO, Solomon was president and head working official from January 2017 to September 2018, and was joint top of the speculation banking division from July 2006 to December 2016. Solomon officially succeeded Lloyd Blankfein, the past CEO, on October 1, 2018, and was named director after Blankfein’s retirement. Solomon likewise casually delivers electronic dance music (EDM) records under the stage name “David Solomon” (recently known as DJ D-Sol ). He has performed at dance club and concerts around New York, Miami, and The Bahamas. He delivered his presentation single, “Don’t Stop” with an all-inclusive form on Spotify in June 2018.
Solomon wedded Mary Elizabeth Solomon (née Coffey) in 1989 when they were both 27 years of age in Bernardsville, New Jersey. They separated in mid 2018. He has dwelled in The San Remo on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City from 2002 onward. He recorded the loft for $24 million in May 2016. He bought a 13,000-square-foot bequest in Aspen, Colorado in 2004 for $4 million and recorded it for $36 million in July 2016. In January 2018, Solomon found that an individual right hand had taken around 500 containers from his uncommon wine assortment, among them, seven from the French bequest Domaine de la Romanee-Conti. The individual aide, Nicolas DeMeyer, was captured in late January and prosecuted for the burglary of $1.2 million worth of wine. On October 9, 2018 Nicolas DeMeyer ended it all by jumping to his demise from the 33rd floor window of the Carlyle Hotel, minutes after he was booked to show up under the steady gaze of a Manhattan judge comparable to the supposed wine theft. Solomon has served on Hamilton College’s leading group of trustees since 2005. He will end up being the director of the board beginning July first. He is on the governing body of the Robin Hood Foundation, a beneficent association which endeavors to lighten issues brought about by destitution in New York City.
In the wake of Irving Trust, he went to work for Drexel Burnham in 1986. At Drexel Burnham he previously filled in as a business paper sales rep, yet later changed to garbage bonds. His openness to high return obligation incited him to join Bear Stearns. At Bear Stearns he was accused of driving the garbage securities division and selling higher-hazard bonds. On one event, he helped a striving cinema organization in Dallas, Texas, to fund-raise through a “convoluted security exchange”. He worked with an assortment of Goldman Sachs chiefs during the last part of the 1990s which enlivened his transition to the firm in 1999 to work with their utilized money group as an accomplice, matured 37. His move from Bear Stearns was “stunning” to counterparts who trusted him to be on the “authority track at Bear”. Starting in 2006, he was elevated to and gone through the following ten years driving Goldman’s venture banking division. In July 2007, he got the first sale of stock (IPO) of LuLulemon Athletica wearing a maroon overcoat and workout pants, an examining of the organization’s clothing to “distract everybody” in a suit-required meeting. During his time as head, he carried out “year-end pay roundtables” where he would pepper the leaders with inquiries concerning their strategic approaches to “remove under-performers”. Upon his takeoff, he was credited with professionalizing the speculation banking division and multiplying net revenues from 11% to 22% with deals ascending by 70%. In April 2014, Sheldon Adelson, a customer of his from Drexel Burnham, offered Solomon functional power over the Las Vegas Sands casinos. Solomon declined the offer in light of the fact that Adelson “wasn’t willing to surrender everyday control, and [he] didn’t have any desire to be an understudy.” In 2021, Goldman Sachs reported it would be cutting Solomon’s compensation in 2020 by 36% for the bank’s affirmation because of the 1MDB outrage, making Goldman pay almost $3 billion in October 2020 to government authorities in four nations to close an examination concerning the work the bank performed for 1MDB. Solomon got a $27.5 million remuneration bundle in 2019 and was given a $17.5 million bundle for 2020.
Defsys Solutions Pvt. Ltd., is a leading Indian private manufacturer of Electronic & Electro-optical Systems for the Defence and Aerospace applications. Defsys Solutions GM S Gupta.
Defsys have valuable experience in System-Level Design, Electro-Mechanical and Electronic Engineering with platform integration. Development of RF& Microwave Systems, Software Design and integration of complicated military electronic systems.
Industries Defence & Space
Company Size 201-500 employees
Headquarters Gurgaon, Haryana
Type Privately Held
Specialities Ariborne Systems, Electro-Optics, RF Test & Measurement Systems, EW Systems, IRST/EOIRST, ATEs, Avionincs, Missile Sub-Systems, Software Development, Designing & Manufacturing, and Military Electronics.
Denise M. Morrison was born into the world in 13th January, 1954 in Elberon, New Jersey, and is one of four sisters who have all had business professions. The “Sullivan Sisters” were included in a 2007 article in The Wall Street Journal named “Raising Women to Be Leaders.” He is an American business leader who filled in as president and CEO of Campbell Soup Company from 2011 through 2018. Named the “21st Most Powerful Woman in Business” by Fortune Magazine in 2011, Morrison was chosen a head of Campbell in October 2010. She turned into Campbell’s twelfth forerunner in the organization’s 140-year history. Morrison resigned from Campbell in May 2018.
Their dad Dennis B. Sullivan—a Korean War veteran and AT&T leader—needed to share all that he thought about business with his girls. He apparently chatted with them while they were as yet in grade school about defining overall revenue objectives. Their mom, Connie Sullivan, instructed them that aspiration is a piece of gentility. Morrison moved on from Long Branch High School. She procured her B.S. degree in financial aspects and brain science from Boston College, graduating magna cum laude. She was enlisted into the Order of the Cross and Crown Honor Society for scholastic and extracurricular accomplishment. Morrison lives in Princeton, New Jersey, with her significant other, Tom, and has two developed girls.
Morrison started her vocation in the business association at Procter and Gamble in Boston, Massachusetts. She later joined Pepsi-Cola in exchange and business improvement. She then, at that point burned through a large portion of the 1980s at Nestle USA, where she stood firm on senior advertising and deals situations. In 1995, Morrison moved to Nabisco Inc. She filled in as senior VP and drove the Nabisco Food Company’s business association and was head supervisor for the Down the Street division. Prior to joining Campbell’s, Morrison filled in as chief VP and head supervisor of Kraft Foods’ bites and sugary treats divisions, liable for driving brands, for example, Planters nuts, Life Savers confections, and Altoids mints. Morrison joined Campbell in April 2003 as president-worldwide deals and boss client official, and was named president-Campbell USA in June 2005. She was named senior VP and president-North America soup, sauces and drinks in October 2007 and dealt with the Campbell USA, North America Foodservice, and Campbell Canada organizations. She was named leader VP and head working official in October 2010, driving the entirety of Campbell’s worldwide organizations, corporate procedure, worldwide publicizing and plan and exploration and advancement. Morrison was named president and CEO of Campbell Soup Company on August 1, 2011. Morrison resigned from Campbell in May 2018. Morrison’s remuneration toward the start of monetary year 2012 incorporated a yearly base compensation of $950,000, a financial 2011 yearly money motivating force of $602,292 and a monetary 2012 long haul motivator award of $4,845,000. Campbell’s financial year runs from August 1 to July 31.
Devin Norse Wenig was born in 1966 in Brooklyn, New York. He is the child of Carol Wenig and Jeffrey Wenig, a toxicologist, and author and CEO of Nastech Pharmaceutical Company of Hauppauge, Long Island. Is an American business chief. From July 2015 to September 2019, Wenig was president and CEO of eBay. From April 2008 to August 2011, Wenig was CEO of Thomson Reuters Markets, the monetary and media organizations of Thomson Reuters Corporation. Wenig was an American business chief. From July 2015 to September 2019, Wenig was president and CEO of eBay. From April 2008 to August 2011, Wenig was CEO of Thomson Reuters Markets, the monetary and media organizations of Thomson Reuters Corporation. He is a director of General Motors and its subsidiary Cruise Automation, an autonomous vehicle company.
On 28 March 1993, Wenig wedded Cindy Lee Horowitz, a legal counsellor, and individual graduate of Columbia University School of Law in a service at the Huntington (Long Island) Jewish Center. Wenig acquired a four year certification from Union College, and a JD degree from Columbia University School of Law.
At age 23, following his dad’s unforeseen passing, Wenig took over as CEO of then-struggling Nastech Pharmaceutical, bringing $5 million up in investment. Following a year as CEO, he enlisted a medical care CEO and joined the law office Cravath Swaine and Moore. Wenig joined as leader of eBay’s worldwide commercial centers business in September 2011. When Wenig joined eBay, it had 99 million dynamic clients. During his time as commercial center boss, this rose to almost 160 million, by zeroing in on “m-trade”, shopping on cell phones.