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Managing Director, Times Group
The younger of the two brothers who run the colossal Indian media giant, Bennett & Coleman, Jain is credited with making expansions into television and the Internet to complement The Times of India and the Economic Times, the world's largest English newspaper and the world's second largest business paper, respectively. The privately held group, analysts estimate, may have been worth as much as $60 billion before the financial crisis, but more recently, the Times Group and Bennett & Coleman have appeared on a different sort of list—Rupert Murdoch's wish list.