An extract from Peter Thiel and Blake Masters' book 'Zero to One'
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Outlook Business chronicles inspiring stories of women entrepreneurs and changemakers who 'conquered the world' with their persistence
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Kiran Nadar reflects on her journey from considering bridge to be a mere game of cards to representing India at the 2018 Asian Games
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Be it a traditional Indian recipe or a continental classic, Piramal Enterprises' Swati Piramal can give it a gourmet spin
Seaplane services in India have had a turbulent past, will the future be any different?
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