With Ikea India's second store set to launch in Navi Mumbai on December 18, CFO Preet Dhupar gives insights into home office trends, and the company's expansion plans for the Indian market
Lava, among the biggest handset players in India, learnt from its mistakes of letting success get to its head, and is geared up to take on competition from bigger foreign rivals. Can it succeed?
Leveraging their intrinsic knowledge of Indian culture and social norms, homegrown dating apps are gaining an edge over foreign counterparts, positioning themselves as means to look for longer-term relationships--and not casual dating--to carve out a market share
We're seeing light at the end of the tunnel, but vaccine distribution will be a long, arduous process. Meanwhile, our post-Covid world may have changed forever
Covid-19 took up most of our attention in 2020, but here's a look at some other significant events around the world, lest you missed them
From 'will corporate profits continue to grow faster than wages?' to 'will midcaps outperform large caps', and more, we answer 5 pertinent questions before you enter the new year
2020 opened many virtual doors for businesses as physical ones stayed firmly shut. And the online experience is here to stay, Snapdeal founder writes
Across sectors in India, the Covid-19 crisis pushed businesses to embrace technology at a rate they wouldn't have thought possible otherwise. Will it sustain?
While India needs more doctors, technology-enabled community health workers, nurses, other frontline workers can perform many primary care functions, liberating us from an entirely doctor-dependent model, K Srinath Reddy, Public Health Foundation President writes