Good times for drivers came to an abrupt end recently when firms lowered incentives and drivers found themselves staring at drastically reduced earnings.
In 2017, the prodigal, wayward startups may still be able to find their way back home. But it may not be as easy in the years ahead.
T-Series will be investing about Rs 300 crore per year on mid-budget films with forecasts of at least Rs 400 crore in box office collections.
In a fast-consolidating startup market, startups are snapping up companies. Some of these purchases are traditional takeovers.
Rapid disruptions like Brexit, change in visa norms due to Trump's policies could slam the brakes on the industry, with the latest growth projection indicating a 10% slump.
While some startups have got some funding for expansion, not all investors may be keen to back companies targeting the defence market.
In Mumbai, brothers Nikhil and Vikesh Agrawal, the founders of ride-sharing startup LiftO, are similarly bullish on their prospects.
As investors snapped their purses shut, one-time favourite sectors ventures) saw funding dry up, as much touted startups withered in a hostile environment.
Here are some of the biggest brawls of the year that the world took keen note off.
"Immigration is getting increasingly complicated. Every day, there are court cases to clarify the law, new regulations and even new laws coming out."
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