A group of women entrepreneurs took a trip to Silicon Valley, the mecca of startups, and found the culture lacking back home—not just for themselves but for their male peers as well. Read more: What’s holding Indian women entrepreneurs back?
The top 50 workplaces comprise major industries including manufacturing and information technology; both Indian organisations and multinationals are proportionately represented. Read more: Employee first: A look at India’s great mid-size workplaces
The early bird gets the worm. Whoever arrives first has the best chance of success. Maruti launched a modern car in India in 1983 – well before Hyundai, Honda, and Toyota. And after 34 years, it’s still the market leader. Read more: Metaphorically speaking about business and investing
Number of jobs being created has come down because of low growth rates, says Intelenet Executive Chairman Susir Kumar. Read more: ‘IT industry’s issue is not job losses, but re-skilling people’
Most of the startup founders helmed small ventures and started off right after college with little or no experience. Some ventures have closed, while others are still running. But what they have all realised is this: the merits of an MBA in equipping them with the proper knowledge and business skills as well as the…
The PLSI is a comprehensive survey of all living languages of India carried out by a large team comprising volunteers, field activists and experts under G N Devy, the chairman and chief editor of the mammoth study. Read more: Job, business options can open up if we tap linguistic diversity: Manmohan Singh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ability to turn enemies into allies is expected to help kick start controversial labor and land reforms as he expands his authority over the majority of India’s states. Read more: Path to India reforms eased as PM Narendra Modi turns enemies into friends