The turmoil in global and domestic markets seems to have dampened fund-raising by private equity (PE) funds. There is a huge drop in funds mobilised by PE players in
- Jun19By PTI
In a major incentive, startups can now issue shares to investors at higher than fair value without worrying about tax consequences.
- Jun17By PTI
Technology giant Microsoft has acquired a messaging-app developer founded by an Indian as the US-based software firm aims to strengthen its position in the emerging era of combining the power of human language with advanced machine intelligence.
- Jun16By PTI
In order to fund start-ups in the financial technology (fintech) space, country's largest lender SBI has set up a Rs 200 crore fund.
- Jun09By PTI
A 30-year old Indian entrepreneur has been named by Time magazine to its 2016 list of "10 millennials who are changing the world" for building a phone which can help people to interact and access critical services by communicating in their native languages.
- Jun02By PTI
Two Indian-origin women have featured on the Forbes' annual list of America's 60 wealthiest and most successful self-made women entrepreneurs who have “crashed ceilings through invention and innovation”.
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
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