• ‘Technology Has Strengthened First And Last-Mile Connectivity’

    As it nears the 10-year mark after having touched its 100th Indian city last year, Prabhjeet Singh, Uber’s India and South Asia president, shares five ways in which technology has changed mobility in India

    May 01, 2022
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    Shades Of New Energy

    As the world searches for new forms of clean energy to meet carbon emission cut targets, India does not want to miss the green hydrogen bus. Its two richest industrialists want to create independent ecosystems to produce the new fuel. What does this mean for India’s energy security and net-zero targets?

    May 01, 2022
  • strategy 4 / Interview

    ‘To Be An Authentic Leader, You Have To Embrace Who You Are’

    Pune-born Laxman Narasimhan’s journey to become the CEO of multinational Reckitt is filled with life lessons. With Outlook Business, for the first time, he opens up about his childhood, the hustle and the struggles after he lost his father at 22

    May 01, 2022
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    Identity Caught In Chains

    Most crypto exchanges in India insist on strict KYC compliance from investors even when the government makes no such demand. This raises the privacy question, which is built into the principle and technology of cryptocurrencies

    March 01, 2022
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    One Nation, Many Burdens

    The GST system of indirect taxation completes five years in 2022, and it already seems to have caused cracks in the idea of fiscal federalism. States feel shortchanged at losing revenue year after year. Was it worth surrendering their taxation powers to a GST Council that tends to agree with the Centre?

    January 30, 2022
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    The Bowl Of Happiness

    The Akshaya Patra Foundation emerged as one of the key food providers for scores of people during the past 20 months of the pandemic

    December 01, 2021
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    The Power Of Influence

    A new crop of relatable, quirky and creative content creators or 'influencers', as they are called, have become the faces of multiple brand campaigns today. Armed with smartphones, social media apps and an online community, these new ‘accessible’ stars are redefining the game of marketing

    November 01, 2021
  • specials 34 / Editor's Note

    Don’t Fail Us…

    In this edition of Outlook Business, we look at gender equity through multiple prisms: workplaces, boardrooms, econo­mic policy and leadership

    October 01, 2021
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    Crisis In The Middle

    Has the world’s sixth-largest economy, that has been chasing the elusive double-digit growth for two decades, failed its tens of millions of citizens aspiring to lead a middle-class life? 

    October 01, 2021
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    Is Revival In Sight?

    Sanjeev Sanyal, principal economic advisor to the government, and Rathin Roy, managing director at Overseas Development Institute discuss growth and poverty in a post-Covid world

    October 01, 2021
  • strategy 4 / Trend

    The road less travelled

    Motorsports is the new brand building and feedback tool for auto majors

    May 11, 2013
  • enterprise 3 / Trend

    A creative bent of mind

    When a theatre enthusiast mixes his love for drama with technology, the result is a company like Knolskape

    April 27, 2013
  • Ready, steady, roll

    Increasing traffic snarls and fuel costs are driving commuters to fleet taxis

    April 27, 2013
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    Act II

    Mukesh Ambani is readying for a grand come back in the telecom space and this time, it is more than a price play

    March 30, 2013