Here’s Business Insider’s new year roast of the world’s biggest billionaires from Tesla’s Elon Musk and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos to our homegrown icons like Mahindra Group’s Anand Mahindra and Google’s Sundar Pichai, reports Business Insider.
Imagine Anand Mahindra at a sangeet practice
If the Chairman of the Mahindra Group — with a net worth of nearly $2 billion as per Forbes and interests ranging from sports utility vehicles (SUVs) and tractors to financial services — were to dance at a wedding.
Musk, don’t tweet tonight, please!
2021 has been a sleepless year for cryptocurrency fans in India waking up in the middle of the night because halfway across the world, there was a man who could change their fortunes with just one tweet. That man is Tesla’s top boss Elon Musk and we hope he’s “tied up” tonight and won’t ruin any new celebrations with his obsessive tweeting.
Can’t wait for the next IPO? Even they can’t
Yes, Paytm, Zomato and Nykaa are through with their public issues. But some of the other marquee names like OYO, Delhivery and Mobikwik are ready to get listed in the stock market. But we hope that tonight, at least for one night, OYO founder Ritesh Agarwal, Mobikwik’s Upasana Taku and even the chairman of the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) are able to chill and not worry about the IPO.
Mocking billionaires isn’t complete without Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg can’t get enough of telling people how much he loves India. After all, it’s one of the biggest markets for the social media platforms he owns i.e., Facebook, Instagram and the messaging service Whatsapp. So, even if he may have picked up some Hindi, the man can be expected to obsess over his next big leap: Meta
The super savage Pichai
Just because we are proud of our homegrown Sundar Pichai making it to the top of the food chain at the one of the biggest companies in the world, it doesn’t mean we will forget that Google is watching us every step of the way. The iconic song from The Police, “Every breath you take,” takes on a different meaning if we imagine any of our tech giants singing it.
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Source: Business Insider