The K@W Network:
Indian startups are contending with devaluations, shutdowns and consolidation in their sectors. Will they make it through the funding crunch?
The “missed call” -- in which a mobile user sets up a conversation without paying for it -- is becoming an important marketing tool in India and other emerging economies.
Barely a year after adopting an app-only strategy, India’s leading fashion e-tailer – Myntra -- is back on the desktop. What led to the reversal?
Primary and secondary education in India is attracting many startups. But entrepreneurs are finding that success could be as tough as getting into a good school.
India’s new bankruptcy law is expected to deliver positive results for the country’s financial sector. But sorting out the stressed assets of the past will take time.
Must mergers destroy value? Not necessarily, writes Rajesh Makhija, CMO and M&A head of Mphasis, a global IT services firm, in this opinion piece.
Filmmaker and actor Kamal Haasan explores the evolution of Indian cinema through the lens of his long career, and points to its future direction.
According to Arun K. Singh, India’s Ambassador to the U.S., the two countries are working towards a five-fold increase in trade in goods and services to $500 billion a year.
Some firms are taking an app-only approach to e-commerce in India, in an attempt to tap into one of the country's fastest-growing markets. Can it work?
India’s latest Union Budget provides an array of incentives for agriculture in the hope that increased rural consumption will boost GDP growth.