State Bank of India Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya talks about the bank's mega merger, non-performing assets, digitisation and much more
In his first interview after stepping down as Infosys CEO & MD, Vishal Sikka, who has been retained by the Infosys board as executive vice chairman, insists that the 'iconic company' will prevail
With the government implementing its reforms agenda in earnest, Indian businesses are looking to brighter days ahead, but they will have to adapt to shifting global realities, says Mark A Weinberger
Arun M Kumar says India's CEOs are thinking of upgrading their own abilities and it is critical for them to stay on top of change
Infosys's Vishal Sikka has resigned as MD & CEO on August 18, 2017. In one of his most recent interviews (published on May 8) with Forbes India, Sikka spoke about how the company was disrupting itself to prepare for an automation-driven world.
Bhaskar Pramanik believes new-age technologies like Artificial Intelligence will complement human capacity and give people super powers in the near future