Some of the most popular European leagues, with towering viewership, could be a global platform for branding, while an exchange of ideas and knowhow can trickle down to improve grassroots football in India
The bankruptcy of centralised exchange FTX has jolted the crypto world, but there is optimism within India's crypto exchanges, which are betting on the upcoming G20 presidency
The engineering procurement and construction arm of Tata Sons is putting building blocks in place to emerge as a premier infrastructure player in the next decade
Jungle Ventures is fuelling dreams of founders who harbour pan-Asia aspirations and are not content with a dominant India play. Will its gambit pay off?
There are fundamental reasons why other markets have suffered but India has not, says Manishi Raychaudhuri of BNP Paribas in an interview
In one of its largest markets globally, collaboration platform firm looks at expansion, brings in new features suited to a post-Covid world
Amid a spate of layoffs, including overnight or unceremonious firings at IT companies and startups, experts weigh in on the rights employees can exercise, how they can fight back or pick up the pieces
With the Tatas buying out the remaining equity stake in the brand, the end of the runway seems near. But the airline has for long had a turbulent flight in India
Over the last 18 months Paytm has silently built out its loan distribution business. Yet the stock tanked 10 percent on the expiry of the lock-in period for pre-IPO investors earlier this week. What will it take to prop up the stock which is down 75 percent from its year-ago listing price?