After losing an epic battle with Mark Zuckerberg over ownership of Facebook and being shunned in Silicon Valley, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are back—this time as budding bitcoin billionaires at the centre of the future of money, the creative economy and quite possibly a new operating model for Big Tech itself
Covid-19 brought terrible suffering, economic pain, geopolitical tension—and the greatest acceleration of wealth in human history. Why this pandemic paradox could become a cause for celebration, not concern
A look at some of the richest Indian-Americans on the 2021 Forbes Billionaires list, their wealth, ranks, and how they created their wealth
Thanks in the main to skyrocketing stock prices, the number of billionaires on the Forbes annual list of the world's wealthiest hit 2,755—660 more than in the 2020 list. India reinforced the trend with 140 new billionaires
The pandemic transformed Apoorva Mehta's grocery delivery service into an essential—and booming—business. Now the 34-year-old billionaire is under pressure to outdo Jeff Bezos—all while dodging an avalanche of new competitors, rebellious workers and restless partners
The founders might be late to the game, but Peps has grown steadily to become the biggest spring mattress brand in the country by lording over South Indian markets. Now, the company wants to step out of its regional bastion
Prataap Snacks started in a 100 sq ft room, and its founders sensed an opportunity in entering the big FMCG race by entering the national capital first. Can it knock down the big boys?
The apparel maker has grown by fanning out across tier III cities and beyond in north and west India, doling out heavy discounts to attract customers