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Forbes’ 2014 Midas List includes 11 Indian-Americans

Forbes’ 2014 Midas List includes 11 Indian-Americans

This year's Forbes' Midas List, which features the top one hundred tech investors in venture capital, includes 11 Indian-Americans who pocketed nearly $95 billion in profits from their investments in tech startups.

Aneel Bhusri, co-CEO of Workday, topped the list of Indian-Americans who made billions from their tech startups. Workday is a cloud-based financials & human resources software firm. Forty-eight-year-old Bhusri is a graduate from Stanford business school. He grabbed the 17th spot on the list, with a net worth of $1.3 billion.

Forbes Ranking Includes 35 Indian Firms

Forbes Ranking Includes 35 Indian Firms

According to recent statistics, 35 Indian firms have made it to the top 200 firms of Asia Pacific. These listings have been given out by the Forbes magazine named ‘Best Under a Billion’.

The first position was jointly acquired by Hong Kong and China, after which it was India in the list. This has shown how much the Asian countries have developed in the recent past. It is partly because of the sort of trouble the global economy is facing since the recent times.