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Vishal Sikka’s exit: In life, as in comedy, timing is everything

18. August 2017 - 14:12
There is no doubt that Vishal Sikka’s departure from Infosys comes at an unfortunate time, a day before its board is meeting to consider a share buyback proposal

Infosys needs a CEO: CTOs need not apply?

18. August 2017 - 9:41
When does one take a call on who is CTO material and who is made of CEO stuff, especially when hiring for technology companies in a digital world

Breaking the shell of tax evaders

18. August 2017 - 4:06
The government should be careful in taking action against listed companies as it can affect investor confidence

The miracle

18. August 2017 - 3:04
It is worthwhile to keep in mind that from one way of looking, the Republic is a bonafide miracle. Few people gave us a chance. And yet here we are

Power digital with sensible technology policies

18. August 2017 - 2:57
Even as India seems to be on its way to becoming a digital powerhouse, it still does not have a comprehensive policy on data protection or online security

A bubble in political risks, too

18. August 2017 - 2:47
What makes today’s uncertainty different is how asset bubbles are bumping up against surging political risk, a problem compounded by a uniquely weak roster of world leaders

Evolving Internet in India

17. August 2017 - 21:59
Compared to India’s 70 years of Independence, the Internet in the country is relatively young at 31

Should blockchains replace CEOs?

17. August 2017 - 21:42
Blockchain’s Digitally Autonomous Organization is perhaps the future of organizational structure, which can bring about digital democratization of business

4.1 million jobs that can change India

17. August 2017 - 21:01
It is time for India to restructure itself in order to offer skills and jobs of the future—a future where jobs aren’t only a source of income but also to create a peaceful, information-rich society

The China question

17. August 2017 - 20:15
The reasons for the trade deficit are more complicated than the popular discourse of rupee vs yuan takes into account

Complex truths about colonial India’s economy

17. August 2017 - 20:14
Economist Angus Maddison dwells on India at great length and his analysis reaffirms certain popular notions of the colonial impact on the Indian economy

India at 70: how are we doing?

17. August 2017 - 20:12
In the seven decades since independence, India has emerged as a robust democracy and a rising economy but it also has a long list of unfinished tasks

Make-work schemes need to come back

17. August 2017 - 20:09
Mark Zuckerberg can wax poetic all he wants about universal basic income. He’s wrong

Why I will not support a ban on Pehredar Piya Ki , or of any other show

17. August 2017 - 16:31
You can’t cry foul at channels censoring Game Of Thrones or not giving a film certificate to Lipstick Under My Burkha because you like their storylines, even if the government doesn’t

Dormancy in pensions: boon or bane?

17. August 2017 - 9:37
The solutions to the dormancy issue are myriad. But the real solutions lie beyond plumbing; they lie in policy

Why Infosys code needs a rewrite

17. August 2017 - 4:51
The Infosys fight is about culture. Yet deep-seated differences between an Indian company and its Indian-born, but basically American, CEO, aren’t the crux of it

Having a minimum wage law is a mistake

17. August 2017 - 1:05
The proposed wage code Bill, which incorporates a universal minimum wage, will lead to higher unemployment and informalization of the economy

The great gasification wave has passed

17. August 2017 - 1:05
In the Middle East, rising prices and falling domestic supply have compelled states to turn to alternative sources of fuel

Pushing institutional arbitration in India

17. August 2017 - 1:04
Institutional arbitration is the norm for commercial dispute resolution in most advanced jurisdictions. India must follow suit

The costly failure of the South Asian judiciary

17. August 2017 - 1:04
Problems of institutional design mean that it has failed to function as an anchor of stability in most countries in the region