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Industry Moves: Group FMG, Sony, Newsweek Global

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Group FMG, a marketing and media solutions company, has appointed Sandeep Kulkarni as its chief financial officer, reports techcircle. At Group FMG, Kulkarni will be responsible for growth plans and give advise on financial implications of management decisions. He will be based out of the companys headquarters in New York, and will report to Dilip Keshu, [..... Read more

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