Applause Entertainment CEO Sameer Nair, who has witnessed highs such as 'Kaun Banega Crorepati', wants to develop a full-blown studio that makes more than just movies
On Krishna's watch, the company reported its best quarterly revenue gain since 2018, suggesting his hybrid cloud and AI-based turnaround plan might be working. But it's still early days
Ellen Kullman discusses efforts to build gender equity and her new role leading a startup
In an exclusive conversation with the executive chairperson of EdelGive Foundation ahead of the launch of a new landscape study on women entrepreneurship. The new report examines the current socio-cultural and economic realities of what it takes for women to own and run businesses in India, and how they have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic
The managing director of Sequoia Capital says they prefer to see treat their investments as partnerships rather than ownership, and his job is to govern not rule
The cofounder and CEO of the edtech startup is aiming to unseat Byju's to take the No. 1 spot in the sector, and is counting on the bumper 2020 year to continue outperforming rivals
The founder of Byju's, India's most-valued startup after Paytm, insists his competition is not with other edtech players but with the education system
Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel on tackling the dual problems of Covid-19 and Naxal violence in the state
The new norms seeking to regulate OTT platforms have drawn ire from the public, and concerns are rife that the new regulations will stifle creative freedom. In the second outing of Forbes India Disrupting the Discourse, we bring together experts from the creative, OTT, legal, and management consulting space to discuss and debate 'The What, How, and Why of OTT Regulations'.
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated shifts such as the move to cloud computing to the extent that demand for IT services will actually meet a supply shortage in the short term, Aiman Ezzat, chief executive of Capgemini Group told Forbes India in a recent interview. In the medium term, demand will remain strong, he said. Ezzat also spoke about the company's large operations in India, his own career inflection points and leadership in the post pandemic world. Edited excerpts.
The founder-CEO of Cornerstone that manages talent like Virat Kohli and KL Rahul on joining hands with filmmaker Karan Johar to start Dharma Cornerstone Agency, an end-to-end talent management agency, creating holistic brands out of actors, and more