Entrepreneurs operate in an environment where consumers want the best a capitalist society can offer, but insist on protectionism of the kind only a socialist system confers
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This Week: The story behind Binny Bansal’s exit, India's startup culture, why the digital elite adore Yuval Harari, and the punctured myth of Sheryl Sandberg
Year End Special
Walmart vs Amazon, how large firms and start-ups can partner for innovation, societal platforms, startups and the ease of doing business, dreamers vs entrepreneurs, the trouble with B-Schools, grand challenges, and the purpose of enterprise
The co-founder of Infosys Technologies and founder of Axilor Ventures opens up in an intensely personal conversation on the various stages of life
The recent crisis of confidence brought by the unicorn meltdowns isn't for real. India’s digital economy is actually poised for a bright future. Just that we need a new lens to look at the real opportunities
What makes you think you’re cut out for one? Do you have it in you? How will you measure yourself?
If Team Indus succeeds in soft landing a spacecraft on the moon and wins the Lunar X Prize, it could set the stage for the company and India to be a big player in space engineering
It takes time to build a great business. Retain humility and focus on the last mile and service to build value
The likes of Flipkart and Snapdeal now resemble the brave Abhimanyu. They’ve gotten into the Chakravyuha. Will they emerge unscathed?
Most large companies struggle to remain entrepreneurial while most small enterprises have a hard time trying to scale. It's time they learn from each other