Uber got away because it was funded by private equity. But what about Tata Steel and ITC? What cloak do they wear to get away from scrutiny?
Tag : corporate-governance
Two of India’s iconic companies—Tata Steel and ITC—find themselves at the cusp of a huge upheaval. And it once again raises serious questions about the role of the board in supervising executive management
This Week: Marshall Rosenberg on nonviolent communication, Barack Obama on the lessons from his presidency, deep listening, Andreessen Horowitz, why private business corporations need reform, and more
Private business corporations, the central tool of capitalism, need reform. We need to rethink the purpose of the corporation, the principle of limited liability, and the idea of who owns the enterprise
The media’s job is not to prosecute, but step in when regulatory authorities fail. And ask questions of antiquated laws such as Angel Tax
This Week: The mind of the Indian politician, the future of privacy, technology and jobs, the rise of populism, corporate governance, and more
Less than six months after their momentous deal with Walmart, both co-founders Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal are out of Flipkart. It is a sad commentary on the hubris and the immaturity that’s gripped India’s high-flying tech entrepreneurs
This Week: Leadership, corporate governance and the Infosys saga; Gorakhpur—a long road to recovery; and living in a tech-dominated world
The Infosys founder has always claimed the high moral ground on good governance. But by taking on the current board in a high-pitched boardroom battle, he may have violated his own tenets and weakened the institution
Clearly, the founders at Infosys have a right to be heard. But they may have raked up needless controversy, in a desperate bid to belittle the board and the CEO.