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Oct 18, 2019, 04.57 PM IST
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Jeff Bezos's Amazon needs a leash not a breakup

For many retailers, Amazon has the power to control their destiny. Then there’s the fact that Amazon both serves as a platform for companies wanting to sell things and sells things itself, meaning it competes with the same companies it enables.

The new makers of plant-based meat? Big meat companies

Many supporters of meatless alternatives have hailed the new products as a sign that plant-based meat has gained widespread acceptance.

All about the new wave of techpreneurs

Their exposure in startup scene and operational credibility have made them darlings of venture capital firms

Silicon Valley’s mantra of spend big, grow fast? It’s changing.

The nascent change is being driven by the stumbles of some high-profile “unicorns” — the startups that were valued at $1 billion and above in the private markets — just as they reached the stock market.

Cafe Coffee Day's Siddhartha's suicide is heartbreaking for entrepreneurs: Paytm’s  Vijay Shekhar

A whole generation of internet entrepreneurs have small-town roots and hunger to build something successful.

Demand for smaller satellites sends Indian startups into orbit

There are now 15 to 20 startups in space technologies sector compared to just a handful a few years ago.

Homecoming: What's motivating boomerangs to take a chance

More professionals are giving up promising careers in big cities to start up in their tier-2 hometowns.

Startups help laid off employees start afresh

New-age companies reach out to alumni, investor and human resource networks to help employees find jobs again.

Startups turn to AI improve teaching quality at government-run schools

The quality of teaching, especially English-language education in government schools across the country, has always been a pain point.

The week top CEOs got smacked

​Witness Uber, Theranos and WeWork. Their charismatic founders raised billions of dollars and won over A-list investors before crumbling under pressure.

Open offices don’t work. WeWork is the ultimate manifestation of this bad idea

Open offices don’t work. WeWork is the ultimate manifestation of this bad idea

Unlike other troubled startups, which tried to cover up their scandals, We stands out for its brazenness.

How a group of startups aim to bring people closer, offline

How a group of startups aim to bring people closer, offline

A cohort of entrepreneurial ventures aims to bring people together so that they can establish new, meaningful connections.

Oyo set to be one of the largest hospitality brands in the world, says CEO Aditya Ghosh

Oyo set to be one of the largest hospitality brands in the world, says CEO Aditya Ghosh

He wants Oyo to do in hospitality what IndiGo, from where he resigned in 2018, managed to do in aviation.

Entrepreneurs working overtime to electrify auto industry but major bumps remain

Entrepreneurs working overtime to electrify auto industry but major bumps remain

Researchers and entrepreneurs are working overtime to reduce battery costs and improve efficiency, while others are looking to put new models of electric vehicles on the road.

Businesses find Telegram a faster route to users

Businesses find Telegram a faster route to users

The secure messaging app has become the destination of choice for businesses to onboard and retain customers.

Transformative? New device harvests energy in darkness

Transformative? New device harvests energy in darkness

A device that could produce any amount of electricity at night would be valuable; after the sun sets, solar cells don’t work and winds often die down, even as demand for lighting peaks.

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