Premji has always made a clear distinction between his personal wealth and that of Wipro
The handshake was firm, the voice soft but steely: “Thank you for covering us." It was typical of the man, a few words and no beating around the bush. It was the first time I was meeting Azim Premji, India’s most famous philanthropist, and it was for a story in Business Today, the magazine that paid my bills those days. Aptly, the story about Wipro was titled The Ethical Corporation. The meeting was in his office in Mumbai, some years before he moved to Bengaluru.