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New York: It is the proud moment for India because four talented people out of which three are women have been named by the Fortune40 Under 40 among the most inspiring and influential young people of business, under the age of 40.

On the first place, Instagaram co-founder and CEO Kevin Systrom and Facebook owner Mark Zukerberg bagged the first place , whereas US largest automaker, General Motor Dhivya Suryadevera stand at the fourth place, including Vimeo CEO Anjali Sud at 14th place, Co founder and co-CEO of Robinhood Baiju Bhatt at 24th position and Female Founders Fund founding partner Anu Duggal at 32nd position.

The ‘Ledger 40 Under 40’ supplementary honour roll list shines a light on the pioneers building some of the world’s fastest-growing businesses.

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