In a country not comfortable with its own genes, fairness creams sell a lie to pander to a deep-seated self-loathing
Growth has slowed down for Indian IT companies. They will need to adapt quickly.
It’s aimed high. But will stronger regional air connectivity actually work?
The great Sensex spike is backed by reason, but grounded in hope. It might flatten out.
New media and the new consumers of India spark a change in hitherto ‘fair and lovely’ advertisements
Demonetisation, a pushy Centre, cheap phone data and e-commerce have spiked the use of mobile wallets
If there have been ten outstanding CEOs who lent a special shine to corporate India, here is my take. Each an institution in their right. I expect more icons to emerge in the future.
It was challenging to choose the top 50 CEOs in India by far. The list, we believe, includes all the key sectors that have contributed to the country’s growth in the past 25 years.
Promoter-professional, public-private, past-present...how competing binaries were resolved in our quest for the final 50.
The astonishingly effective movement Kurien led changed the lives of millions of dairy farmers and took India from a milk-deficient nation to one of the world’s largest producers of milk.
Now, that we at Outlook have done the list of 50 all-time greats, we want to make it an annual feature to list out the 50 most important contemporary CEOs.
Don't let their age deceive you! These youngsters are stunning the world with their biz ideas....
In a pulses-importing country, a bumper crop brings little cheer to those who cultivate pulses. Here’s why.
“Sit back and enjoy the drive.” That’s the message autonomous technology has for today’s driver.
They were to inherit the earth. Start-ups, the playfield of the young and the restless, have had a hard reality check. What gives?
Humans, prophets or pedestrians, have always had followers. The social media age offers dummy followers at a price. And there’s a profit too.
Jio’s entry has shaken up Indian telecom, forcing other players to opt for mergers to stay in the game
It is a miracle worked by the Bureau of Indian Standards that turns spirit made of molasses—plain desi daru—into whisky, rum and brandy with a lot of added colour and flavour
Stingier customers, a digital shift, Brexit and an H-1B scare have slashed IT profits. But leading Indian firms have caught sight of a smarter path.
Lured in by huge incentives initially, radio taxi drivers feel betrayed by their companies
No more top-down, India’s official fight against poverty now speaks a new global language to address local issues
Infosys, once India’s IT pride, has been slowly losing its sheen. Has managing director Vishal Sikka not been able to steer the ship as ably as N.R. Narayana Murthy?