The K@W Network:
The innovations of the U.S. tech sector are justly acclaimed, but China is racing ahead in the rapidly developing fintech sector, with India poised to follow, writes Wharton Dean Geoffrey Garrett.
Far-reaching structural reforms, cleaner bank balance sheets and a rash of new investable savings have spurred hopes of lucrative stock market returns in India.
Sam Pitroda, who revolutionized India’s telecom industry among other accomplishments, says that technology alone won’t make smart cities successful.
Raj Gupta, former CEO of specialty chemicals firm Rohm and Haas, shares insights from his professional and personal journey.
India’s national carrier -- Air India -- is on the way to becoming privatized. But with high debt and low market share, will it be able to find a suitor?
A narrow focus on trade conflicts and less engagement in regional trade and investment efforts may impact the United States in the long run, experts say.
China is the world’s biggest polluter, but it is investing aggressively in clean energy. What role will it play now that the U.S. has pulled out of the 2015 Paris[…]
Financial reforms in China lag far behind the country's outsized impact on the global economy. How far and how fast should its global financial integration go?
China and the U.S. are learning from each other about the future direction of retail, a real exercise in globalization, says Hong Kong real estate executive George Hongchoy.
Israel is famous for its tech prowess. China has deep pockets and is a tech innovator in areas like financial payments. Is there a match in the making?
Patanjali Ayurved, a firm headed by a popular yoga master, is leveraging natural ingredients and nationalism to compete with giants in India's fast moving consumer goods market.