Wipro's No to Narayana Murthy: A Rejection That Changed Indian IT Sector’s Face
Before he set up what was to become one of Indian IT sector’s biggest success stories, Narayana Murthy was rejected by Wipro chairman Azim Premji. The Infosys chairman later found out that Premji considered this one of his gravest errors of judgement. In her latest book An Uncommon Love Story, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni explores little known facets of Murthy’s life and the influential role his wife Sudha played in it
February 01, 2024
Penned To Perfection
Corporate travel can be made more meaningful by 'staying a little longer', a catchphrase that tourism boards worldwide use to entice business travellers to extend their stay
Anindita Ghosh - September 30, 2023
Who Cares for Workers Inside Dark Indian Factories?
Small and medium manufacturing establishments offer little physical or social security to their teeming workforce. They rarely followed the welfare provisions of old laws. With new labour codes in place, there is a mismatch between the government’s ambition to make India a manufacturing hub and the material condition of its workers
Rajat Mishra - May 30, 2023
Dare To Dream & Inspire
As a practising advocate since 2005, converting challenges into opportunities is difficult. But once armed with the knowledge of dealing with the challenge, the whole world is an opportunity for this young Attorney.
August 26, 2022
‘It Is A Little Far-Fetched To Say App Ke Through Kranti Ho Jayegi’
Jayen Mehta, COO, Amul, talks about why the technology-based B2B new players cannot displace India’s traditional distribution network
Kamalika Ghosh - May 28, 2022
Is P/E relevant or a relic?
It may be just a number but it causes heated debates. One side says that it takes too much but gives too little, while the other swears by its miracle-working power
July 26, 2021
Farm laws won’t ‘till’ the balance in farmers’ favour
The three controversial laws may do little to improve the lives of a large majority in the sector. A more nuanced approach is what is urgently needed
Shruti Venkatesh - February 06, 2021
Can electric vehicles find their way around India?
EVs have found little success, but with considerable headroom for growth, the segment is charged up
November 20, 2020
“We don’t buy into stories… we don’t fall in love with stocks”
Investing has no place for emotions. It is all about skill and diversification plus a little bit of luck, says First Global co-founder Devina Mehra
N Mahalakshmi - November 02, 2020
How Kishore Biyani's maverick moves pushed him to breaking point
The pioneer of India’s modern retail built an empire but created little value for shareholders
Krishna Gopalan - July 10, 2020