When Indian politicians turned on the microfinance industry in 2010, SKS Microfinance and its founder Vikram Akula bore the brunt of the backlash. He has now had years to reflect on what went wrong. The WSJ's Eric Bellman speaks to him about lessons ... Austin American Statesman, 1 month ago
Vikram Akula's Bankruptcy Lesson - NEWS.com.au, 1 month ago
What India's micro-loan meltdown taught one entrepreneur - MSN India, 1 month ago
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The moped given by the NRI foundation to Daripalli Ramaiah, popularly known as the green crusader, in Khammam district. (Right) Collector Neetu Prasad and Superintendent of Police D. Joel Davis planting a sapling in Husnabad mandal in Karimnagar ...The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Just when you thought (or, were hoping) eating bugs was a passing fad. Echoing Green on Tuesday announced its latest batch of fellows whose vision forsocial or environmental change could one day put them in the same league as past awardees, who ...Inc.com, 1 month ago
Mahesh Nayak, senior associate editor, Business Today In the middle of the past decade - before the microfinance crisis in Andhra Pradesh, commonly known as the Andhra crisis, broke in 2010 - every fund manager in the space of impact investing was ...Business Today India, 2 months ago
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