Indians with a midas-touch as Forbes calls it, with an eye on star startups. There are 12 of them in the top of the list.
People of Indian origin seem to have developed a habit of making it to the Forbes magazine -- this time it is for making investments in start-up companies and then selling off their stakes with handsome gains.
As many as 12 Indian-origin persons have made it to a list of 100 dealmakers with 'midas-touch' prepared by the renowned business magazine, based on the value of the companies these people have taken public or sold in the past five years as well as the capital and involvement it took to get there.
Ram Shriram, a founding board member of internet search giant Google, has been named at the third position in the renowned US-based business magazine's Midas 100 List