Forbes India - November 23, 2018

Publisher: Digital18
Category: Business
Language: English
Frequency : Fortnightly

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Forbes is the world’s leading business magazine and since its inception in 1917, Forbes has stood, unwavering, for one overriding principle: the unshakable belief in the power of free enterprise. Forbes mission has always been clear and unchanging: to provide insights and information that ensure the success of the world’s most influential. Faithfully fulfilling that promise is what draws today's most influential business leaders to Forbes. These high-powered decision-makers represent a community of like-minded individuals bound by their unshakable belief in the spirit of free enterprise. They contribute to it, profit from it and their lives are better for it. For them, Forbes is the quintessential Capitalist Tool. True to its pedigree, Forbes India has donned on the role of the drama critic to Indian business. Since its launch in 2009, the magazine has helped readers connect the dots, form patterns and see beyond the obvious, giving them a perspective beyond the obvious.

The cover story in this issue is on how Zomato co-founder Deepinder Goyal wants to transform the food delivery platform into a farm-to-fork play that supplies restaurants with ‘clean’ and ‘fresh’ produce. That apart, he is battling with competitor Swiggy to come up trumps in the food tech sector. There’s also a robust package on the Best Under A Billion companies and the Forbes 400 – which features the richest Americans. There’s a new No 1 there, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos who is worth $160 billion.


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