With Happiest Minds, 77-year-old Ashok Soota hits IPO jackpot a second time
Ashok Soota, a pioneer of India’s information technology services industry, has headed three outsourcing companies including one of the nation’s largest, Wipro Ltd., and taken two of them public. The second was this week when the initial public offering of his latest startup, Happiest Minds
Technologies Ltd., was oversubscribed 151 times. The IPO got bids for 3.51 billion shares versus the 23.3 million on offer, ranking it among India’s most successful first-time share sales of this decade. Read More...
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