The K@W Network:
Speakers at the recent Wharton India Economic Forum in Mumbai discussed how Indian firms can stay relevant in the face of global competition.
Experts from Wharton and Stanford discuss the impact that the impeachment of South Korean president Park Geun-hye will have on businesses there.
The Indian beverages market is dominated by global giants like Cola-Cola. Can Paper Boat, a fledgling brand with traditional Indian recipes, hold its own?
Political transitions on both sides of the Pacific will figure heavily in China's efforts to keep its economy on track.
The fallout of a controversial monetary move could potentially derail a proposed goods and services tax, among other effects.
The merger of State Bank of India with its associates is raising a host of questions, including whether the combined entity will increase systemic risk in the banking sector.
Former Huawei executive Joe Peng is betting that FIIL, a homegrown Chinese headphone maker, can go head-to-head with foreign brands.
Walmart reportedly wants to enter the online retail market in India. Will this be a game changer?
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The key to successful digital transformation of companies in the long run is the self-transformation of the business leader.
India has withdrawn recognition of existing large-value currency notes to combat corruption. Will it work?