Even as 2018 comes to an end with several businessmen grabbing the limelight, RIL\u2019s top boss Mukesh Ambani has been ranked at the second spot in Yahoo\u2019s 'Top Finance Newsmakers of 2018'.\u00a0Interestingly, former RBI governor Urjit Patel topped the list, thanks to the face-off with the government. \u201cUrjit Patel came in at the top of 2018\u2019s Finance Newsmakers, holding his own against the government. India\u2019s richest man and Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani - whose wealth reportedly increased by Rs 300 crore per day in 2018 - came in a cool second on this list. Brother Anil Ambani, Reliance Group Chairman, also features on the list for the Rafale Deal Controversy,\u201d Yahoo said in a recent press release. Former CEO of Pepsico Indra Nooyi, Whatsapp\u2019s newly appointed India head Abhijit Bose came in at the third and fourth spot respectively, even as Anil Ambani was ranked fifth.\u00a0 Also read:\u00a0Asia\u2019s richest man Mukesh Ambani adds this much wealth while 128 rich people lose $137 billion in 2018 In its\u00a0\u00a0Year in Review report, Yahoo also announced this year\u2019s list of top 10 overall newsmakers, topped by PM Modi. \u201cThis year\u2019s list of top 10 newsmakers featured a few surprise entrants, alongside regulars like Prime Minister Narendra Modi \u2014 who once again came in at No. 1. Former Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra, wrote his way into the list with landmark verdicts on Triple Talaq and Article 377, among others. M.J. Akbar, who resigned as Minister of State for External Affairs after allegations of sexual harassment, also features on this list,\u201d said the report. Karnataka elections \u2014 one of the most important events on this year\u2019s political calendar- emerged as the most important searched term in the year \u201cA HuffPost India investigation into the hacking of the Aadhaar software came in at No. 2 on this list, sparking a nation-wide debate and trending online. Scam-riddled Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi also bagged spots on the list of Most Searched for Terms in 2018,\u201d said the report.