Poster boys of online advertising

Bhavin and Divyank Turakhia remain as committed as ever to incubating start-ups despite selling their firm for $900 mn

Viveat Susan Pinto Business Standard Mumbai

Had the Turakhia brothers not executed the world’s largest advertising tech deal on Monday, the two would have continued to be unknown, something they’ve enjoyed through their nearly-two decades long

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First Published: Aug 23 2016 | 2:29 PM IST

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