Marathon Man

Karmali, Naazneen
October 2009
Forbes Asia;10/19/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 16, p72
An interview with N. Chandrasekaran, chief executive officer (CEO) of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Ltd. is presented. He explains how TCS handled the financial crisis in 2008. He mentions corporate growth as his number one priority as CEO. When asked whether the rising demand for IT services in India make up for the slack in the U.S., he replies that although India is a great market but cannot act as a substitute for the lack of growth in the U.S.


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