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From hospitality to cloud software to consumer products, India’s new-age ventures have developed an appetite for global markets, backed by investors with deep pockets
With deep-pocketed Microsoft pushing its Teams software, standalone newbie Flock faces uphill task to gain share against dominant vendor Slack
Products and services launches in India find multiple mentions, underscoring the importance the Seattle giant places on a market that could one day rival China
Hospitals will see the rise of demand for data scientists as they customise treatment, as well as seek to differentiate themselves from competition
While broadening the pool of funders for ventures, these businesses don’t have the traditional constraints of Venture Capitalists, who always have one eye on the exit. Family offices also bring deep domain expertise to the ventures they back
Finance Minister Jaitley’s message is, ‘Want to sell in India? Well make them in India, or pay more customs duty
Salil Parekh clearly has the CV for the top job at the iconic IT company. His career shows he may also have the skills needed to keep all constituencies happy
The Chinese smartphone maker is already the largest in India behind only Samsung Electronics, but has done so mostly selling cheaper phones
With the second edition of its phone, Google has brought Artificial Intelligence closer to real-life everyday applications, such as shushing the phone as you head into a theatre. You do want that, right?