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Strive For More

Rashmi Bansal is an alumni of IIM ahmedabad and she has written several bestselling books such as Stay Hungry Stay Foolish, Connect the Dots, I have a Dream, among others, on budding entrepreneurs. Bansal's recent work Arise Awake is a story of ten ... Businessworld India, 1 month ago

Arindam Chaudhuri: The audacity of ambition

No one can accuse Arindam Chaudhuri of excessive modesty. An online "biography" running to more than 1,300 words bears testimony to that. The multiple descriptors under his name, a dramatic period punctuating each one, emphasises the point: ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago

50 Life-Impacting Books Recommended By 50 Global Entrepreneurs

From Rich Dad, Poor Dad to The Alchemist to The Art of War From 2011 to 2013, I read 197 books, and I became more cultured, intelligent, informed and dare I say better looking. Books have the power to change lives. ( I feel like somebody needs to ...
 Time3 weeks ago 50 entrepreneurs share the books that changed their lives  Business Insider1 month ago 50 Global Entrepreneurs Recommend 50 Books That Forever Impacted Their Lives  FOXNews.com1 month ago
Sakaal Times

Money Wise (Book Review)- Makes you wiser

Should you invest in gold? Should you go for a loan with a fixed interest rate or floating one? These and many more basic questions related to everyone's favourite word money have been answered in Sharath Komarraju's debut in non-fiction — Money ...
 Sakaal Times3 weeks ago
Business Today India

'Challenge for publishers in India is dearth of physical book shops'

Gautam Padmanabhan, CEO of Westland, the fifth-largest English language publisher in India, compares publishing to the film industry when he admits: "I don't think any Indian publisher has really an answer what works and what doesn't." Excerpts from ...
 Business Today India1 month ago

She's Got The Code

Once upon a time people who owned land cultivated rice, wheat, jowar and bajra. Then they discovered a new cash crop. They started cultivating engineers. The first requirement of an engineering college is a building. If you have the budget, do put ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

From zeal to appeal: inspiring stories of 20 Indian innovators

India needs much more creative thinking and effective innovation to solve its numerous problems and tap global opportunity; indeed, the problems faced by entrepreneurs in India are often much greater than in mature economies. The 210-page book ...
 Yourstory.in1 month ago

How to start up right

In the city of start-ups, what makes one click? We ask two industry experts for pointers. Plus, they pick new ventures with big potential Some of the biggest names began as start-ups - operating from homes, garages or borrowed space in a cafeteria ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
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