48 Heroes of Philanthropy
- ALL Mine. Freedman, Michael; Kroll, Luisa; Goldman, Lea // Forbes Global;3/15/2004, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p62
Features Indian billionaire businessman Anil Agarwal. Success story of Agarwal; Expansion plans of Agarwal for his company, Vedanta Resources; Difficulties encountered by Agarwal when he bought the metals business Bharat Aluminum from the Indian government in 2000.
- Rich company. // India Today;5/10/2010, p18
The article features Anil Agarwal, owner of Vedanta Resources, and Lakshmi Mittal, who belong to the Top 10 list of India's richest people.
- GREG POCHE. // BRW;5/28/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p97
The article features the investment tycoon and philanthropist Greg Poche. The tycoon owns the logistics company Star Track Express which he sold to Qantas for $750 million in 2003. Poche also owns a luxury boat and has properties in Sydney and Gold Coast. As a philanthropist, Poche made a...
- Bold Baron. Srivastava, Amitabh // India Today;9/20/2010, p24
The article focuses on the career of business tycoon Anil Agarwal. Agarwal was born and raised in Bihar, India. In 1986, he experienced his big break in the business by acquiring Shamsher Sterling Corporation, which was later called Sterlite Industries. Agarwal was placed on top of India's...
- Good givers. Le Mesurier, Kristen; Thomson, James // BRW;6/29/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 25, p32
The article presents the top 50 philanthropists in Australia based on the total amount donated as of 2005. These philanthropists include Marjory Edwards who donated $37 million of her estate to several nonprofit organizations, Greg Poche who donated $32.5 million, and Margaret Doyle and George...
- Road runner. Featherstone, Tony // BRW;2/12/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p4
Discusses the "BRW" magazine's profile article on Greg Poche, founder of the private transport company, Star Track Express. Highlights of Poche's life story; Excerpt from the article by Nicholas Way; Attitude of Poche towards giving interviews.
- Acknowledgement to referees. // International Orthopaedics;Feb2015, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p379
People whom the author would like to thank for their assistance in the creation of the journal including Tom Adler, Anil Agarwal and Peter R. Aldinger are mentioned.
- Anil Agarwal (1947-2002). Dickson, David // Nature;1/24/2002, Vol. 415 Issue 6870, p384
Pays tribute to the late journalist and environmental campaigner Anil Agarwal. Career history; Interests; Awards and achievements.
- Indian-American duo find target to control diabetes. // Asian Pacific Post;3/27/2014, p13
The article discusses the identification of therapeutic target for controlling high blood sugar, helping millions which are suffering from type 2 diabetes by the researchers Anil Agarwal, professor of internal medicine at the University of Texas and Shireesha Sankella, post-doctoral researcher.