In listening to the Supreme Court pronounce its verdict on Aadhaar, some pointers emerge to the vagaries of entrepreneurship
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That artificial intelligence is here to stay and is intrusive is one thing. Question is, should Homo Sapiens regulate it to survive the onslaught?
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
A roundup of the week's stories, must reads on outsider CEOs and Harvard Business School professor Bharat Anand's take on content in the digital age
The Indian market frenzy has cooled down. And it is the perfect time for the Chinese internet giants to make their big moves. As they go head-to-head with the Silicon Valley giants, it could change the Indian internet landscape forever. The concluding part of a special two part series
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
From a distance, India looks pretty. But the ground it stands on is shaky. Policies framed in Lutyens’ Delhi are distanced from Indian realities. Entrepreneurship is the victim
New Rules of Business
Business strategist Rajesh Srivastava analyses some of the recent business news: Netflix’s India strategy, GE’s move to Boston, the bloodbath among food tech firms, and General Motors’ Maven service
Business strategist Rajesh Srivastava analyses the secret behind the success of Baba Ramdev's Patanjali, the rise of Kabaddi, Uber's strategy, Maggi Noodles' comeback, Google and Facebook's drive to control last-mile connectivity, and more
This Week in Disruptive Tech
A roundup of news and perspective on disruptive technology from around the world. In this issue: driverless cars, cryptocurrencies, artificial intelligence and 3D printing.