Rakesh Jhunjhunwala is keeping Aptech close and not without reason
Tim Cook admonishing his Silicon Valley brethren for their data gluttony at the EPIC Champions event
Tim Cook admonishing his Silicon Valley brethren for their data gluttony at the Electronic Privacy Information
When will we have a homegrown, innovation-driven global leader?
An extract from Jonah Berger's book 'Contagious'
Stephen Denning writes about building a nimble organisation that can adapt to changes quickly
How OnePlus succeeded with an unconventional marketing strategy
Artificial intelligence, blockchain and internet of things are fast becoming the fulcrum of business transition
Here's how to build a fulfilling professional life
Buffett is much more flexible on his views and philosophy than his followers believe
The Oracle of Omaha and his long-time partner shared insights right from moats to cryptocurrencies at Berkshire Hathaway’s 2018 annual meeting at Omaha. Edited excerpts
Giverny Capital’s Francois Rochon on sizing up management, and why investing is an imprecise art
Scott Galloway takes a critical look at how the "four horsemen" of tech made their way to the top
Can good marketing fool people all the time?
Nick Bilton reports on the rise and fall of the man, who ran a billion-dollar online drug empire
Jonah Berger, professor at the Wharton School, on why social influence matters in marketing
The Nudge Foundation through its focused skill development programme is helping the underprivileged find the right jobs
GMO’s co-founder and stoic polymath, Jeremy Grantham strongly believes in emerging markets
Bill Nygren is the rare value manager to have identified the potential in tech stocks quite early
Former Wall Street Man and financial journalist William Cohan narrates a detailed account of events on the Street
Why a brand represents much more than its logo or service
As Chinese players increase their dominance over the Indian smartphone market, Micromax hopes to regain some of its lost glory
Today's world underscores the axiom that the market can stay irrational longer than the investor can stay solvent
In a digital era, Google, Apple and Amazon are examples of companies with the right trappings that will reinforce their moats
The Oracle of Omaha has India on his radar, but will he invest big money in the country?