Here are some articles that could have relevance for Indian stocks and the Indian economy, or could be of plain genuine interest to all readers
Since the Indian economy is now umbilically linked to its global counterparts, here are the articles that we come across have relevance for Indian stocks and the Indian economy.
With little clarity on laws about taxation of ecommerce transactions, judicial intervention and a long-term view from the government are key to addressing rising concerns
KPCB Internet trends 2015 from Mary Meeker of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers: Some take-aways including a few relevant to the Indian reader.
The 900 million mobile-haves of India are still chiefly data-have-nots. In a world where economic advantage and social connectivity requires data access, the have-nots stand to lose
They are increasingly powerful, ever-more capable, and now at price points that seem almost too good to be true. These past several months have witnessed the arrival of smartphones from …
India’s telecom industry hit a first last week when Google selected this market for the worldwide launch of Android One, the new mass market smart phone manufactured in three versions …
WhatsApp is really only a chat system, but even so it has massively dis-intermediated SMS; in fact its chat volume is already equal to worldwide SMS volume
Most-of the innovation effort today exhibits one-sided emphasis which is lopsided and based on an incomplete understanding of what makes market leaders
“India’s iconic Chandni Chowk market…now online!” screamed the blog post from Google India on December 17th, 2012. Inaugurated by Rajan Anandan, Google India MD and Kapil Sibal, the union minister …