Globally, communism is fading and socialism has been giving diminishing returns. Small wonder that Capitalism, with the big C, termed as the "mother of all evils" by the advocates of the first two, alone is thriving.
- May13By Chaitanya Charan Life Coach and Author
Business has the potential to work for a purpose higher than profit.
By Sumit Ganguli Chief Executive Officer GAVS Technologies
A majority of millennials or Generation Y -- folks born between early 1980 and 2000 -- now reject capitalism. Max Ehrenfreund in his Wonkblog discusses the
- May03By Yoolim Lee, Bloomberg
It’s easy to spot the silver hair among Jungle Ventures’ gallery of startup founders. Look closer and you’ll find many have called the shots at banks and Fortune 500
By Press Trust of India
Google has acquired a business technology start-up founded by an Indian-origin entrepreneur as part of its plans to scale training offerings for Google Apps to its customers and customers' users.
- Apr25By PTI
With concerns being raised about cash-burn in burgeoning e-commerce sector, RBI governor Raghuram Rajan on Monday made it clear that getting revenues through deep discounting is not a viable business
India home to a million startups needs more unicorns. In the heady world of mostly young entrepreneurs unicorns denote startups valued at over $1billion each
By Yoolim Lee, Bloomberg
For all Ratan Tata’s success his early years at Tata Group were fraught with frustration. No one at the business empire founded by his great grandfather in 1868
The government on Thursday said most measures announced to support ‘Startup India’ programme has been put on fast track and some of the more important ones have already been implemented.
Indians Nina Smith of Good Weave International and Poonam Bir Kasturi of Daily Dump are amongst the 11 recognised as 2016 social entrepreneurs of the Year.
The Schwab Foundation