Someone once asked me: “Ram, what would you want to be remembered for?”

In my culture, we don’t ask the American question of legacy.

In fact, until 2007, I avoided publicity.

I only decided to open up publicly just recently to help people and their businesses, especially during these challenging and changing times, not for my legacy or materialism.

I came into the world with nothing, and I will leave with nothing.

This is the principle that I grew up on.

I simply want to be remembered as a humble man who gained great satisfaction in helping others.

Activist Shareholder Campaigns

Recent activist shareholder campaigns, notably at Disney, underscore the vital role they play in addressing company performance issues.  Highlighting financial shortcomings, these shareholders bring constructive,

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