The world’s largest internet marketing company, The Times Group, has been paying thousands of students for classes in online marketing.
The students are being taught by the company’s executive chairman and the founder of one of its biggest digital brands, David Meyers.
“David is one of the smartest people in the world.
He has made a name for himself with his online marketing expertise and his commitment to creating a culture of excellence at the company,” the company said in a statement.
Mr Meyers is currently working with the company on a series of strategic initiatives, including its strategic investment in online advertising platform Zune, a digital video platform for video content and video games.
The company also said it would “continue to work with students to expand their online marketing experience”.
The company said it was in discussions with universities to expand its online marketing programs to schools and colleges in India and other countries.
It said it wanted to “reach out to more schools and universities, and to expand our partnership with universities”.
In a video message on Thursday, The New York Times described Mr Meyss education as “a remarkable education”.
“It is an incredible opportunity to grow your skills, your creativity and your ideas, and make a real impact in a world that is increasingly becoming more and more automated,” Mr Meyers said.
He said he was looking forward to taking on more challenges, including running more courses and taking on bigger projects, including his own video platform, Themes.
“I want to be part of something that is changing the world,” Mr Mayss said in the video.
The Times also said Mr Meyer was the first CEO to have received a Nobel Prize for his work with technology.
The prize was presented by Mr Putin at a ceremony on Wednesday night in Stockholm.
The winner, who has not been identified, will receive the award on Friday.
Mr Putin congratulated Mr Meyters on his achievement and thanked him for the lessons he had learned while working with his business partner.
Mr Trump and his supporters have long criticised the US for allowing large numbers of immigrants to enter the country without being screened for terrorism or other threats.
The number of people entering the US illegally each year has more than doubled since Mr Trump was elected in November.