Porsche Taycan 4S
Taycan 4S, Porsche’s first-of-its-kind electric sports car is not so much about being an electric vehicle (EV) as much as it is about being yet another Porsche. It loses none of the details that are part of the Porsche gene pool, and smoothly blends traditions with futurism.
China’s king of beverages Zong Qinghou aims to revitalise Wahaha
More than a decade after being beaten by TiVo, Anthony Wood became a billionaire with cheap streaming gadgets. That business has never turned a profit. Roku is now betting its future on a model that’s as old as TV: Advertising
By connecting innovators with large-scale manufacturers, Fashion for Good is helping take sustainable ideas mainstream
Satyanarayan Nuwal’s Solar Industries India is seeing explosive growth
How Shopmatic, a Singapore-headquartered ecommerce enabler, is riding India’s entrepreneurship wave
A Waltz Across Time
Vienna, judged the most liveable city in the world, is remoulding its historic identity with the help of technology and creativity
THE KONKAN'S HIDDEN CUISINE
Long thought to be simple fare, Kokni Muslim cuisine’s unique flavors and aromas are slowing wafting out of the confines of home kitchens
Theatre director Sankar Venkateswaran melds social conscience with experimental technique that transcends national boundaries
LOVE IN THE LAP OF LUXURY
Fiji's Adults only resorts create luxurious ambiences for couples who prefer tranquility
From the unlikeliest of places, Melanie Perkins grew design app Canva into one of the most valuable software startups in the world. Her digital tools are populist, profitable and a potential threat to Adobe and Microsoft
KEVIN DURANT'S HARDEST THREE-POINT PLAY
The NBA superstar has come to New York with three goals in mind: A return to dominance, a defining championship and a lasting business empire They’re all interconnected
The Huracan Evo is a car in which Lamborghini is talking more about dynamics and handling and grip than outright acceleration, performance and weight (an obsession they have had over the last few years). The focus is shifting towards what the Lamborghini can do in a corner rather than in a straight line.
Make The Colleges Pay
Most edtech startups are idealistic outfits with little revenue and low valuations, but Rachel Romer Carlson’s Guild Education is worth $1 billion and is on track to book $100 million in sales. Her secret? Connecting workers who have tuition benefits to colleges that will gladly pay to meet them
30 Under 30
Members of Forbes India 30 Under 30 for 2020 are shining examples of how to lead from the front and achieve success against all odds
‘We use stereotypes and then tear them apart'
British theatre director Melly Still talks about the need to reimagine Agatha Christie for an Indian audience
Where the Walls have years
The Walls of Dubrovnik in Croatia are an example of the old world’s need for, and fascination with, stone fortifications
Waking Up Kindness
With a new focus on philanthropy, Jack Ma builds on a substantial base
How stronger brew helped Ankur Jain transform Bira 91 from a craft beer brand to a player that’s getting most of its growth from smaller cities and towns
Becoming A People's Car, Again
German automaker Volkswagen has revamped its india strategy to gain a bigger share of the country’s booming auto market
Can Lodha Tower Over Debt?
Abhishek Lodha’s developments are finding takers, profits are spurting but then so have finance costs and borrowings. inside the next-gen scion’s game plan to make his company net debt-free well within three years
Budgeting For Her
For the Union Budget to be gender-sensitive, the government will have to be more innovative, inclusive and responsible with fiscal allocations for women
How To Get The Indian Economy Back In The Growth Groove
Growth numbers are likely to stabilise in the next few quarters, but there are no signs of a sharp uptick yet
‘VALUE AND NOT DISCOUNTS WILL RETAIN BUYERS'
A combination of convenience, choice and customer-centricity will make ecommerce a mass market business in India
‘FILMS WILL BECOME AN EVENT OR A SPECTACLE'
India is leapfrogging to catch up with technologies that are changing the way we approach or invest in stories, and this will fundamentally alter the entertainment experience
‘TECH-LED STARTUPS HAVE OVER $100 BLN IN MARKET CAP'
India Has Demonstrated Early Scale-up Successes, Depth Of Founder Abilities, And Has Returned Vc Money In Multiples
‘SEVERAL OLD-STYLE CONGLOMERATES WILL BE OUT OF THE NIFTY'
The next decade will see financialisation of savings and formalisation of the economy, retail and distribution
‘FINTECH WILL HELP UNLOCK BHARAT'
A new kind of financial institution, powered by technology, will have far-reaching implications for the overall economy
‘MANUFACTURING WILL ACCOUNT FOR OVER 20% OF GDP'
While the economy will grow at 7 percent and see a savings-led consumption boom, policy-making and reforms will remain painful
‘INDIA IS WORLD'S SINGLE BIGGEST OPPORTUNITY'
The fintech industry has grown exponentially on adoption in the last decade but business models are still evolving