Newsmaker: SN Subrahmanyan
Groomed for the helm
SN Subrahmanyan is known to be a fitness enthusiast and loves taking long walks. Come October 2017, Subrahmanyan's walks in the Powai campus would be in bigger boots.
The civil engineer, whom A M Naik finally picked as his successor at the 71st annual general meeting (AGM) last week, has very large shoes to fill and ambitious targets to meet. Naik, the executive chairman of L&T, has set a goal of more than doubling the company's revenues over the next five years. This means Subrahmanyan, currently deputy managing director and president of L&T and set to succeed Naik next year, will ...
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First Published: Thu, September 01 2016. 21:15 IST