Vikas Agnihotri has left Google India after nearly a decade to join Vision Fund manager SoftBank Investment Advisers to help boost its investments in the country.

SoftBank Investment Advisers (SBIA), which manages Japan-headquartered telecommunications and internet group SoftBank’s Vision Fund, has hired Vikas Agnihotri as an India-based operating partner. Agnihotri joined Google in 2011 as an India-based director before being promoted to managing director of sales at Google India seven years later. He was made interim head of Google India in…

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