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How long will it be before Indian entrepreneurs build top companies out of Silicon Valley
Economic Times

How long will it be before Indian entrepreneurs build top comp...

In current Silicon Valley parlance, Nutanix is a Unicorn. This term refers not to the mythical beast but a private company that has a valuation of more than $1 billion. Nutanix, set up in 2009, looked so promising to investors that it was valued at ... Economic Times, 1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Why Sundar Pichai's rise matters for India

It was nice to see Sundar Pichai being named as the chief executive officer (CEO) of Google, the core unit of the reformed Alphabet Inc powered by tons of cash from the search engine. I was glad to see that my prediction about his importance for the ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Capital is no longer an issue; start-ups shoot up

The start-up companies are gaining prominence at the expense of traditional trade houses who have been doing business for generations at the blink of an eye. The new business houses are establishing themselves with the investments of hundreds of ...
 Manorama Online1 month ago

India's tech stars shifting to Silicon Valley

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Apprise Finance Minister Arun Jaitley of bumps in M&As and investing. Excessive red tape in processes such as early-stage investing and mergers and acquisitions is forcing young, promising ventures ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Outlook India

Starting For Beginners

Less than 15 years back, if a group of 200 engineering students were asked how many would like to become an entrepreneur, hardly 10 or 15 would raise their hands. How things spin around! Today, 80-90 per cent students opt to strike it out on their ...
 Outlook India2 months ago
Media Nama

FundsIndia raises $11M from Faering Capital and existing investors

Chennai-based Wealth India Financial Services (WIFS), the company behind online investment services platform , has raised Series C funding worth $11 million led by Faering Capital and follow on investments from existing investors ...
 Media Nama2 months ago
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