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Netflix recently announced that it is launching in India as part of its global expansion. The country is potentially one of the company’s largest markets. Will a one-size-fits-all strategy work?
Just ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s unveiling of his “Startup India, Stand Up India” initiative this month, Wharton held its India Startup Competition in Mumbai. Who were the winners,[…]
The monsoon session of India's Parliament witnessed a boycott by the Opposition. A key reform bill has not been passed. Will this contribute to stalled growth in 2016?
Fall 1962 was the most dangerous period in the post-World War II era, says Bruce Riedel, author of the book 'JFK's Forgotten Crisis', which deals with the Sino-Indian war.
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Does intensive internal training of employees lead to higher profits? Research shows that in knowledge-based industries where the main asset is skilled professionals such as software engineers, the answer is[…]
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lost a critical state-level election. Does it mean the end of economic reforms for India?
The people of the Terai plains of Nepal are blockading all trade routes to India in protest against what they perceive as discrimination by the ruling elite.
India could become a rich country. But before that it may need a new Constitution that promotes economic liberty, say entrepreneur Rajesh Jain and economist Atanu Dey.
Food safety norms in India are low and lack standardization. First Agro, a zero pesticide grower, is raising the bar by following global standards.