SUCHETANA RAY

  • 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
  • the big story 1 / Lead Story

    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
  • specials 34 / Editor's Note

    Compete

    The strategies of global dominance from corporates now come laced with climate consciousness. So when Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani, two of the world’s richest men, compete for a bigger share of the hydrogen ecosystem, competition looks good  

    May 01, 2022
  • ‘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
  • cest la vie 6 / Pursuit of Happiness

    Made Of Clay

    Patience and acceptance are what sculpting has taught Akshay Munjal, CEO, Hero Vired, as he turns to the craft for relaxation  

    May 01, 2022
  • the big story 1 / Lead Story

    US Versus Them In A New World

    Are Putin and Xi trying to displace the US from the summit of capitalist geopolitics through the Ukraine war? When capitalism is weakening, any global event involving China and Russia can pose a threat to the US hegemony

    April 01, 2022
  • specials 34 / Editor's Note

    Editor’s Note

    As the US president reached out to Poland reassuring Europe of his country’s commitment to defend against Russian aggression 

    April 01, 2022
  • specials 34 / Editor's Note

    Chasm

    As the future of digital economy stares us in the face, governments across the world are still trying to navigate the complexities of cryptocurrency to find ways of defining and regulating it

    March 01, 2022
  • the big story 1 / Lead Story

    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
  • specials 34 / Editor's Note

    Trust

    Supporters of federalism will illustrate how the idea has come under threat as the heavy hand of the Centre has limited fiscal autonomy of states, curbing their ability to make a more meaningful contribution to our development

    January 30, 2022
  • specials 34 / Editor's Note

    Hope

    Big tech companies have the power to help citizens truly strengthen the wheels of democracy and wipe out memories of technology being weaponised

    January 01, 2022
  • the big story 1 / Lead Story

    With people at its heart, Amazon echoes Make in India

    With its eyes firmly fixed on Bharat that comprises 85 per cent of its new customers, Amazon remains bullish on India despite narratives against its foreign origin, accusations of killing India’s kiranas and flouting FDI laws

    January 01, 2022
  • specials 34 / Editor's Note

    Inspire

    In a few months, March 2022 will mark two years since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic

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

    Editor’s Note

    As people next door become influencers on the power of their stories and brands bank on their relatability to influence our consumption behaviour, will this influence ‘heal the world and make it a better place’?

    November 01, 2021