Anjuli Pandit’s life turned upside down after she levelled sexual harassment allegations against her boss Rakesh Sarna, then CEO of Indian Hotels. Why did the system fail to provide justice? Clearly, the Tata group has an opportunity to learn from this case
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Does God exist? Is eating meat ethical? What about systems like Aadhaar? What about questions like these? A century after Einstein thought a hypothesis to explain the nature of space and time, it stands proven, and has been awarded the Nobel Prize. How may he take these questions on?
Behind your back, a fierce battle is being fought between actors of all kinds over who owns you. It will end soon. But a price will have to be paid. That includes our privacy
The tech giants are rewriting the rules of how business empires are built. How deeply they can engage the millions on their network is the key to the kingdom. No business, including their own, is invulnerable. The concluding part in a two-part series
The gold rush in technology investing changed the way firms are valued and built. Those predicting its premature demise are likely to be proven wrong. If anything, the pace at which these firms will change the landscape around us is set to accelerate
Pointers to why reside in political theory, evolutionary biology, the emergence of artificial intelligence and our failure to see it all
A clutch of global tech companies are demonstrating how designing products specifically for India can help crack the India market—and make innovative products for the world
Recalling 2.5 million handsets is the best decision a leader can make argues an outlier. Consensus and evidence says it is the worst
When machines beat men, they make us seriously think about our place in a technologically advanced world and we tend to overestimate machines and underestimate men.
New Rules of Business
Business strategist Rajesh Srivastava analyses some of the news that dominated headlines in February 2016: Alphabet vs. Apple, Amazon’s push in India and the entry of godmen in business