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8 Forbes India must reads you should not miss

Here are some of the best stories our writers wrote this week

Published: Dec 10, 2017 10:00:39 AM IST
Updated: Dec 11, 2017 02:22:57 PM IST

8 Forbes India must reads you should not missImage (Left to Right clockwise): Flipkart's co-founders by Nishant Ratnakar for Forbes India; Joy Alukkas by Sri Manikandan; Shiv Nadar by Ritesh Sharma/ The India Today Group/ Getty Image

Like every week, we have put together some of our best reads for you in one place. So sit back and enjoy!

1) Flipkart's PhonePe calculations
The fintech revolution in India is finally happening, and into the mix has entered India's biggest internet-era entrepreneurial venture, Flipkart, with its PhonePe unit. Kirana stores and consumers across the length and breadth of the country can expect change, soon Click here to read more

2) Joy Alukkas: The Midas touch
How 61-year-old Dubai-based billionaire Joy Alukkas built a gold jewellery retail empire; that extends from the US to Malaysia; in a span of 17 years Click here to read more

3) 100 Richest Indians: Standing on their own merit
These five heiresses have minds of their own and are charting a different course from their families Click here to read more

4) 100 Richest Indians: Rising scions set the stage for next phase of growth
At some of India Inc's biggest companies, the old is giving way to the new Click here to read more

5) Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code ordinance: Another shock for small enterprises?
Some promoters are preparing a legal plan to oppose the ordinance Click here to read more

6) To me, conventional wisdom is the ultimate enemy: Sam Zell
Never make a bet you can't afford to lose is the philosophy that has kept the billionaire investor in business over the last five decades Click here to read more

7) IT's time to make hay
Despite a wobbly outsourcing industry, a stronger American market has helped tech firms grow, and has pushed two software billionaires up the ranks. But Infosys co-founders miss out as stocks tumbled over the Murthy-Sikka spat Click here to read more

8) Donald Trump: Poorer president
Donald Trump's net worth has dropped some $600 million since last year. Here's what has changed Click here to read more

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