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Forbes India’s latest issue is a ‘Climate Special’. The cover story is on the key role General Electric’s portfolio of renewables can play in India. There’s also a story on unseasonable heatwaves—not only have their frequency and length increased, but also their intensity. That apart, we write about Zerodha’s Nithin Kamath’s Rainmatter Foundation that has made a $100 million commitment to climate. We also feature startups and venture capitalists who are using technology to find climate solutions and make this a greener planet.

Home-Cooked Meal Is Now Greatly Valued

The pandemic has also brought with it an improved focus on hygiene, use of technology in dining, rise of cloud kitchens and resurgence in popularity of Indian ingredients

Home-Cooked Meal Is Now Greatly Valued

8 mins

Paytm 3.0 - Reaching Near Breakeven In Two Years

As of 2020, Vijay Shekhar Sharma’s super app for financial services had run up losses in thousands of crores. Now, as digital payments gets yet another boost courtesy Covid-19, he’s hopeful of reaching near breakeven in two years

Paytm 3.0 - Reaching Near Breakeven In Two Years

10+ mins

THE PANDEMIC HAS CAUSED WOMEN GREATER LABOUR PAIN

Covid-19 has shown that women are more likely to face the brunt of job losses than men, and find fewer opportunities when they want to resume. That apart, several have to deal with increased hours of unpaid work at home and even domestic abuse

THE PANDEMIC HAS CAUSED WOMEN GREATER LABOUR PAIN

8 mins

LEADERSHIP WILL BE ABOUT SEEING THE BIGGER PICTURE

Leaders must not only guard their teams first during a crisis, but also deal with stakeholders with respect and dignity. And apart from pursuing business goals, they should remain committed to our planet and the environment

LEADERSHIP WILL BE ABOUT SEEING THE BIGGER PICTURE

7 mins

PHILANTHROPY SHOULD BE HUMBLE, BUT NOT MODEST

Apart from building a flexible and resilient framework for the future, philanthropists, civil society and the government must work in tandem so that every rupee is absorbed on the ground

PHILANTHROPY SHOULD BE HUMBLE, BUT NOT MODEST

9 mins

INTEGRATED HEALTH CARE, TECH WILL DISRUPT SECTOR

While clinical research will get a boost, having a skilled workforce and public spending on health care will be challenges in the near term

INTEGRATED HEALTH CARE, TECH WILL DISRUPT SECTOR

8 mins

DIGITALISATION WILL HELP IN VALUE CREATION

As the pandemic brings technology and innovation to the core of business and daily life, the next decade will see about 150 million digital-first families in India

DIGITALISATION WILL HELP IN VALUE CREATION

8 mins

Industry 4.0: Climate Revolution?

Augmenting sustainability alongside digital capabilities is an economic, competitive and global opportunity for India’s businesses, but regulations need to reflect intent

Industry 4.0: Climate Revolution?

10 mins

EV Dream Still Miles Away

Electric vehicles have remained a buzzword in India for years. But not much has moved on ground due to high upfront costs, range anxiety and charging infrastructure

EV Dream Still Miles Away

6 mins

Living Waters

A virus has caused us to scramble for oxygen but our chokehold on the environment is slowly strangling the very waters that breathe life into us. The virus is a timely reminder: We are merely consumers, not producers of life’s breath on this planet

Living Waters

4 mins

Message Delivered

How Beerud Sheth made Gupshup a profitable unicorn after one pivot, two near-death experiences and 15 years of slogging

Message Delivered

7 mins

Will Tech And Small Towns Give StanChart an Edge?

Unlike rival Citibank, standard Chartered bank has the option to explore retail banking more aggressively. backed by a digital thrust, Ceo Zarin daruwala has more opportunities than challenges ahead of her

Will Tech And Small Towns Give StanChart an Edge?

7 mins

Flames of Destruction

Forest fires and their alerts in the country have gone up sharply in recent times, posing a serious threat to our environment, wildlife and biodiversity. Can wildfires be prevented in a world dealing with climate change?

Flames of Destruction

8 mins

RUSSIAN GAMBIT

AMID CONCERNS SURROUNDING SPUTNIK V AND THE LAUNCH OF A SINGLE-DOSE VACCINE, INDIAN COMPANIES, INCLUDING HETERO, STELIS BIOPHARMA AND GLAND PHARMA ARE ON TRACK TO MAKE 900 MILLION DOSES OF SPUTNIK V IN A BID TO ALLEVIATE THE COUNTRY'S SUPPLY CONSTRAINTS

RUSSIAN GAMBIT

10+ mins

Growth Story

After playing a central role in establishing Capgemini’s strong base in India and its global acquisition strategy, CEO Aiman Ezzat must now defend his turf from India’s IT giants

Growth Story

10+ mins

Aiming High

With growing investor interest, cannabis startups in India hope to become part of a global boom where industrial hemp is used in sectors ranging from medicines to textiles

Aiming High

10+ mins

THE NEXT UNICORN FUELS MORE STARTUPS

When we share knowledge, experience, successes, and failures, we make entrepreneurship more accessible than before

THE NEXT UNICORN FUELS MORE STARTUPS

7 mins

INNOVATION IS NOT LIMITED TO PROFESSIONAL ADULTS

The future of innovation is not a vague idea; it is a consequence of collective empathy for each other’s concerns and the will to solve them

INNOVATION IS NOT LIMITED TO PROFESSIONAL ADULTS

5 mins

IT'S TIME TO HAVE A CYBER QUOTIENT

Data and its privacy in the new world order needs an all-in-one platform for people to check their sensitive information exposures and remediate the same, learn about preventive measures against cyberattacks, and more robust cyber hygiene practices

IT'S TIME TO HAVE A CYBER QUOTIENT

6 mins

CREATORS NOW FIND THEIR EXPRESSION WITH SMARTPHONES

The entertainment industry has been debilitated by the pandemic, but there is a glimmer of hope in the surge of digital consumption, growth of short-form content platforms and people’s anticipation of the big film experience

CREATORS NOW FIND THEIR EXPRESSION WITH SMARTPHONES

4 mins

Wealth-Creation In A Pandemic

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

Wealth-Creation In A Pandemic

10+ mins

Banking's Newest Billionaire

With a net worth of $1.3 billion, Sanjay Agarwal debuts on Forbes’s list of world’s billionaires. His AU Small Finance Bank aims to be counted among its larger peers over the next decade

Banking's Newest Billionaire

9 mins

The Outsider

FRANK SLOOTMAN DOESN’T START COMPANIES. BUT NO ONE IN BUSINESS HISTORY HAS A BETTER TRACK RECORD OF TURNING THE IDEAS OF OTHERS INTO JACKPOTS. WITH $80 BILLION SNOWFLAKE, THE BIGGEST SOFTWARE IPO EVER, HE’S REWRITTEN THE PLAYBOOK

The Outsider

10+ mins

Revenge Of Winklev

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

Revenge Of Winklev

10+ mins

SRF's Coming of Age

How Arun Bharat Ram’s sons have transformed the maker of nylon tyre cord into a specialty chemical player with global scale

SRF's Coming of Age

6 mins

THE RISING

European-style breads have gone mainstream in urban India, thanks to a growing bunch of bakers, and a push from the Covid-19 pandemic

THE RISING

8 mins

One-Woman Show

Judy Faulkner, the billionaire founder of Epic Systems, pioneered—then dominated—electronic medical records. She’s been the industry’s leading actor for decades, but now the pandemic is fuelling a digital health care race that may finally cost her the spotlight

One-Woman Show

10+ mins

The Friendly Assassin

David Vélez set out to kill off the fat fees and lousy service of Brazil’s big banks. The operation succeeded beyond his wildest dreams: Today, his no-fee Nubank is the most valuable digital bank in the world, with 35 million customers—and he’s gunning for more

The Friendly Assassin

10 mins

FUNNY GUY

Multi-hyphenate comedian Danish Sait has broken out of his regional playground during the lockdown months and expanded his footprint nationally. And he’s only getting started

FUNNY GUY

9 mins

A Higher Calling

Billionaire Beau Wrigley is building his cannabis company, Parallel, to be bigger than his family’s chewing gum business—and he’s not banking on getting consumers stoned

A Higher Calling

7 mins

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PublisherDigital18

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyFortnightly

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