Chua Sock Koong
Chua Sock Koong

Chua Sock Koong (born 1957) is the Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of SingTel. She was the company’s Deputy Group CEO and Chief Financial Officer (CFO), a position she assumed in February 2006, before she took over Lee Hsien Yang’s CEO post in April 2007.

Previously as a CFO, Chua was responsible for all financial functions at SingTel, including treasury and risk management. Her assumption of this role was covered by Business Times (Singapore), which applauded her broad exposure across all areas of the business,” and noted her “significant role in SingTel’s major acquisitions, divestments and partnerships.”

Achievements & Awards:

Fortune Magazine named her in their 2011 list of the Most Powerful Woman Leaders in Business. In 2012, she was named one of Forbes Asia’s “Women in the Mix” for 2013.

In 2014 Fortune Magazine rated here as 74th out of the 100 most powerful woman leaders in the world.


Anti-Net Neutrality:

The debate on Net neutrality in India started after Airtel, the national division of Bharti Airtel, a mobile telephony service provider in India (32.15% owned by Singtel), announced in December 2014 to charge additional rates for making voice calls (VoIP) from its network using apps like WhatsApp, Skype, etc.

Chua said in March 2014, she “urged regulators to give carriers like Optus the right to charge rivals such as WhatsApp and Skype for use of their networks or risk a major decline in network investment”.

This resulted in a warning on 7 March 2014 by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA).

She repeated her message on 22 January 2015. In addition to her statement from last year about their rivals Singtel released their own WhatsApp and Skype competitor app which called “Wavee”.

Ad campaign:

Chua Sock Koong apologised for the Smear Campaign against M1 and Starhub and Singtel received a ‘stern warning’ from the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore.

Charles Butt
Charles Butt

Charles Clarence Butt was born into the world in 3rd February, 1938. He is an American beneficiary and extremely rich person. He acquired his family’s San Antonio–based H-E-B store chain in 1971. The secretly held organization has in excess of 300 stores and $20 billion in deals, as per Forbes.

He was the child of Howard Edward Butt Sr. what’s more, Mary Elizabeth Holdsworth, and the grandson of Florence Butt, who established H.E. Butt in 1905. Butt moved on from University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School with a four year college education, where he joined the Sigma Chi Fraternity. He procured a MBA from Harvard Business School. Butt is single. Butt and his family were rejected from the yearly Forbes rundown of the world’s top tycoons starting in 2016. The magazine changed its technique to bar people from families that share their fortunes.

He became administrator, CEO and leader of the H.E. Butt Grocery Company in 1971. In late 2019, he had a total assets of over US$10 billion as per Forbes. In 2013, AdvisoryCloud positioned Butt as the #5 CEO on its Top Chief Executive List. In November 2001, the Mexican government granted Butt the Aguila Azteca decoration for his altruistic contribution and transactions in Mexico. Butt swore $50 million to the Raising Texas Teachers grant asset to help the preparation of Texas state funded teachers. In January 2017, he swore $100 million to Texas government funded training and made The Holdsworth Center, named after his mom Mary Elizabeth Butt (née Holdsworth). In September 2017, Butt gave $5 million to J. J. Watt’s Houston Hurricane Harvey alleviation reserve. As of May 2018, Butt vows to The Giving Pledge and writes in his delivery that he means to help kids and educators.

Charles Koch
Charles Koch

Charles de Ganahl Koch was born into the world in 1st November, 1935 in Wichita, Kansas, one of four children of Clementine Mary (née Robinson) and Fred Chase Koch. He is an American very rich person money manager and donor. As of April 2021, he was positioned as the fifteenth most extravagant individual on the planet on Bloomberg Billionaires Index, with an expected total assets of $63.1 billion. Koch has been co-proprietor, director, and CEO of Koch Industries since 1967, while his late sibling David Koch filled in as chief VP. Charles and David each claimed 42% of the combination. The siblings acquired the business from their dad, Fred C. Koch, then, at that point extended the business. Initially elaborate solely in oil refining and synthetic compounds, Koch Industries currently incorporates cycle and contamination control hardware and innovations, polymers and strands, minerals, manures, ware exchanging and administrations, woods and purchaser items, and farming. The organizations produce a wide assortment of notable brands, for example, Stainmaster cover, the Lycra brand of spandex fiber, Quilted Northern tissue, and Dixie Cup. Koch Industries is the biggest secretly held organization by income in the United States, as per Forbes.[6] In February 2014, Koch was positioned ninth most extravagant individual on the planet by Hurun Report[7] with an expected total assets of $36 billion. Already, in October 2012, he was positioned the sixth most extravagant individual on the planet with an expected total assets of $34 billion—as per the Bloomberg Billionaires Index[8]—and was positioned eighteenth on Forbes World’s Billionaires rundown of 2011 (and fourth on the Forbes 400), with an expected total assets of $25 billion, getting from his 42% stake in Koch Industries. He helped to establish the Washington, D.C.- based Cato Institute. Through the Koch Cultural Trust, established by Charles Koch’s better half, Elizabeth, the Koch family has additionally subsidized imaginative activities and inventive artists.[14] Along with his sibling, Koch has been a significant funder of research organizations that entryway to go against ecological guideline.

Koch’s granddad, Harry Koch, was a Dutch worker who got comfortable West Texas, established the Quanah Tribune-Chief paper, and was an establishing investor of Quanah, Acme and Pacific Railway. Among his maternal incredible extraordinary grandparents were William Ingraham Kip, an Episcopal minister, William Burnet Kinney, a lawmaker, and Elizabeth Clementine Stedman, an author. After school, Koch began work at Arthur D. Little, Inc. Koch has been hitched to his better half Liz since 1972. He has two kids, Chase Koch and Elizabeth Koch. Charles and his three siblings have all experienced prostate malignancy. Koch “infrequently concedes media meetings and likes to stay under the radar”. Time magazine included Charles and David Koch among the most persuasive individuals of 2011. As indicated by the magazine, the rundown incorporates “activists, reformers and scientists, heads of state and chiefs of industry.” The article depicts the siblings’ obligation to unrestricted economy standards, the development and advancement of their business, and their help for Tea Party associations and political competitors. Koch lives in Wichita, Kansas and has homes in Indian Wells, California and Aspen, Colorado.

In 1961 he moved back to Wichita to join his dad’s business, Rock Island Oil and Refining Company (presently known as Koch Industries).[22] In 1967, he became leader of the business, which was then a medium-sized oil firm.[23] around the same time, he renamed the firm Koch Industries to pay tribute to his father.[24] Charles’ siblings Frederick and Bill had acquired stock in Koch Industries. In June 1983, after a lawful and meeting room fight, the stakes of Frederick and Bill were purchased out for $1.1 billion and Charles and his more youthful sibling David became greater part proprietors in the organization. In spite of the settlement, legitimate debates proceeded until May 2001, when CBS News detailed that Koch Industries made due with $25 million. In 2006, Koch Industries created $90 billion in income, a development of multiple times over, which addresses a yearly intensified return of 18%. Starting at 2014, Koch was worth around $41.3 billion (in 2013 $36 billion) as indicated by the Forbes 400 rundown. He is overseer of gum and fiber organization Invista and head of Georgia-Pacific LLC, paper and mash items. Koch established or helped discovered a few associations, including the Cato Institute, the Institute for Humane Studies and the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, the Bill of Rights Institute, and the Market-Based Management Institute. He is an individual from the Mont Pelerin Society.

Chris Kempczinski
Chris Kempczinski

Christopher John Kempczinski was born in 1967/1968 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Is an American business executive, and the president and chief executive officer (CEO) of McDonald’s Corporation.  Before to joining McDonald’s, Kempczinski worked for Kraft Foods as chief VP of development drives, and leader of Kraft International. He left Kraft in September 2015.

Starting at 2008, Kempczinski is married, with two children. He has run marathons, and starting at 2020 was running at least event 50 miles per week. He is the child of Richard Kempczinski, who was Professor of Surgery and Chief of Vascular Surgery at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center. And, Ann Marie Kempczinski, who was a grade teacher at Terrace Park Elementary in Cincinnati, Ohio. He went to began his career with Procter and Gamble in brand management, and Indian Hill High School in rural Cincinnati.

Kempczinski labored for a four years in its soap sector division, prior to leaving to go to Harvard Business School (HBS). After HBS he turned into an administration specialist at the Boston Consulting Group, focusing on buyer items and drugs. In 2000, Kempczinski joined PepsiCo in its corporate system and improvement bunch, and in 2006, was VP, Marketing, Non-Carbonated Beverages, Pepsi-Cola North America Beverages.

Chuck Robbins
Chuck Robbins

Charles H. Robbins was born in 1965/1966 in Grayson, Georgia. He is an American businessman, and the director and (CEO) of Cisco Systems. He acquired a Bachelor of Mathematics degree, in 1987, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

He was educated at Rocky Mount High School in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. He is married, with four kids. Toss lives in Los Gatos, California. Robbins is a fan of North Carolina Tar Heels men’s basketball; takes part in social media, and is noted for his humor.

Robbins started his carrer as an application engineer for North Carolina National Bank, (presently part of Bank of America). Following five years, he then, at that point joined Wellfleet Communications, which converged with SynOptics to become Bay Networks, trailed by a brief residency at Ascend Communications, prior to joining Cisco, in 1997. At Cisco, Robbins filled different posts, including senior VP of the Americas and senior VP of Worldwide Field Operations, a job where he drove Cisco’s Worldwide Sales and Partner Organizations, and worked out Cisco’s partnership program.