Slumdog Superstar Rising Against Gravity
The story of Alakh Pandey, the founder of edtech unicorn PhysicsWallah, begins at a slum of Allahabad, pauses at the billion-dollar milestone and imagines an ending where every student in the country becomes its equal character
Suchetana Ray - July 29, 2022
Acres and acres of digital space is now being dedicated to analysing what soured a sector that threw up 42 billion-dollar businesses last year
Suchetana Ray - June 28, 2022
What’s Cooking At Apple?
In his latest book, After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul, author Tripp Mickle, a New York Times reporter covering Apple, spoke with over 200 former and current Apple employees, its suppliers, competitors, government officials and more to find how the company has fared after Jobs’ death
June 29, 2022
‘Global Events Could Challenge Hegemony Of Dollar’
Will the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war change the idea of globalisation and sovereignty? Will the hegemony of the US dollar and its might be challenged? K.V. Subramanian, former chief economic advisor, weighs in. Edited excerpts:
Kamalika Ghosh - May 28, 2022
One Health Cure For Multiple Ills
An integrated approach to tackle health threats emerging due to human-animal environment interface can help save millions of lives and billions of dollars lost to diseases of animal origin
Rajiv Tikoo - January 28, 2022
All Is Well… Almost
2021 has turned out to be the most spectacular year for the Indian startup ecosystem, helping it attract billions of dollars in investment and churning out a record 42 unicorns in the process. Not to forget the staggering number of IPOs that we saw this year. Experts say this is just the beginning of a bigger party ahead
Pallavi Chakravorty - December 31, 2021
The Curious Case Of High Debt And Low Interest Rates
On one hand the world is swarming in debt, on the other hand the interest rates are now at its lowest ever. Why are loan takers being incentivised for going into debt?
Rajiv Ranjan Singh - October 31, 2021
The million-dollar question: Is investing a game of luck or skill?
The success of outliers are marketed well, to sell the virtue of the game. Do not be fooled
Shankar Sharma - May 04, 2021
India’s flirtation with the dollar could be risky
The liquidity glut notwithstanding, the government’s plan to raise dollar debt will come at a price
V Keshavdev - February 06, 2021
Is it time to get off the equity gravy train?
The benchmark indices are at an all-time high despite mutual funds selling all the way
Rajesh Padmashali - January 15, 2021