The Forbes 30 Under 30 list is even harder to get into than Stanford or Harvard University, says Monali Sarkar.Meet the desis who made the cut this year. IMAGE: Teju Ravilochan, centre. Photograph: Kind courtesy Unreasonable Institute/Facebook.com 'Falling in love with a problem, learning all about it, experimenting aggressively, being a learner' -- that's Teju Ravilochan's key to success. Ravilochan, 29, who founded the Unreasonable Institute, is the only Indian origin super achiever who made ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Dandelion Chocolate’s two-ingredient, single-origin, small-batch bars are bundled in gold foil and custom wrappers. Its café and factory in San Francisco’s Mission District is filled with freelancers on laptops, children on scooters, and well-heeled ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago
President Donald Trump’s effort to bar travelers from seven mostly Muslim nations is on a track to the U.S. Supreme Court, which may eventually decide whether the executive branch has top authority on immigration and national security. The ban affecting ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
IIM Bangalore today said its one-year fulltime Executive Post Graduate Programme in Management (EPGP) has been ranked among the top 50 in the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2017. IIMB's programme has shot up 13 spots to be placed at No 49 in the FT ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Whether it was IBM boss Ginni Rometty, dashing onto the podium to anchor a panel on artificial intelligence, or a defiant Christine Lagarde, holding forth on the need to fight back against populism, high-powered women were everywhere at this year’s World ...The Financial Chronicle, 4 weeks ago
Coffee lovers, rejoice! Drinking a cup of coffee daily may help you live longer than those who don't, a new study has claimed. Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine in the US have unearthed a connection between advancing age, systemic ...Business Standard, 1 month ago
By Jonathan Spicer NEW YORK (Reuters) - Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans are expected to add more so-called hawks to the Federal Reserve's ranks, which could offset a dovish tilt next year among policy voters and rattle a fragile Fed consensus to go ...Sify, 2 months ago
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