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Schuler said.Don Davis reports for Forum Communications Co. which owns the HeraldA Chinese company has given 6400 of its employees the gift of a lifetime: a free four-day trip to France and Monaco Tiens Group led by Chinese billionaire Li Jinyuan organized the vacation for half of its employees to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the multinational firm which dabbles in everything from biotechnology to tourism and cosmetics The travelers took up almost 5000 rooms in the French resort of Cannes and neighboring affluent microstate of Monaco in addition to 140 Parisian hotels according to the BBC The Asian sightseers represents France’s largest tour group and were treated to a private tour of the Louvre and a live performance of the cabaret Moulin Rouge The trip will pump $146 million into the French economy For their part Tiens’ employees did not merely amble around gaping at France’s cultural offerings While on vacation they also set an ambitious new Guinness World Record for the longest “human-made phrase” while on vacation: They also broke the record for the longest human-made phrase visible from the sky on Friday http://s.tco/v1j19BPSOg pictwittercom/sksko9VUij Oisín Rogers (@McMoop) May 10 2015 Not a bad way to spend the company dime See The 7 Most Important Tech CEOs You Wouldn’t Recognize Jack Ma founder of Chinese Internet giant Alibaba stepped down as that firm’s CEO in 2013 But he’s still the company’s most public face and after Alibaba’s September IPO China’s single richest man Scott Eells—Bloomberg/Getty Images Larry Ellison stunned the tech world in September by announcing he’s stepping down as CEO of Oracle the enterprise software company he co-founded in 1977 Since Oracle doesn’t sell products to the public like Apple or Microsoft Ellison’s a little less-known outside Silicon Valley: But he’s a hugely important figure having heavily influenced Steve Jobs and a host of other tech leaders Tomohiro Ohsumi—Bloomberg/Getty Images Tony Hsieh CEO of shoe-tailer Zapposcom is a controversial figure in the world of tech chief officers He’s pouring money into Zappos’ corporate home of Las Vegas Nevada which is welcome by some locals but spurned by others Still Zappos is known for being a very fun and very different place to work thanks in part to Hsieh setting those qualities up as priorities for the company Noah Berger—Bloomberg/Getty Images Satya Nadella just took over the reins at Microsoft earlier this year from now-Clippers owner Steve Ballmer but he’s already making his presence known through sizable layoffs and simultaneous acquisitions Nadella’s Microsoft has let go of nearly 15000 employees this year — a chunk of whom were made redundant when Microsoft closed an approximately $72 billion deal for Nokia’s device wing Also on Microsoft’s tab $25 billion for the Swedish gaming company behind top-hit Minecraft Microsoft/Corbis Linkedin CEO Jeff Weiner formerly a longtime Yahoo employee has grown the "Facebook For Professionals’" user base and revenue exponentially since coming becoming CEO in 2009 He’s got quite the fan base too: His workers 100% of whom support him as CEO according to Glassdoor Robert Galbrath—Reuters/Corbis John Donahoe has been president and CEO of eBay since 2008 He’s now guiding the company in a time of deep uncertainty: In early 2014 eBay settled a nasty public feud with activist investor Carl Icahn who wants eBay to spin off payment service PayPal as an independent business — and Icahn isn’t the only one who thinks that’s a good idea Paul Morris—Bloomberg/Getty Images Don Mattrick became CEO of Zynga the social gaming company that brought us FarmVille in 2013 coming over from Microsoft He’s been tasked with leading Zynga through a tumultuous period — the now publicly-traded company hasn’t been able to replicate its FarmVille success leaving many to wonder about the company’s future Michal Czerwonka—Getty Images 1 of 7 Advertisement Contact us at [email protected] Minister Rajnath Singh stated on 8 June that nine new battalions will be raised in Jammu and Kashmir These nine battalions will comprise two ‘Border Battalions’ dedicated to border areas; 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