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Some start-ups may be too big to fail

9. March 2017 - 18:54
The government must consider the impact of the collapse of some of the big start-ups on the broader ecosystem

Butterfly on the wall

9. March 2017 - 18:50
There’s no end to the patterns you can discover in numbers. You might even stumble on one that nobody has seen before. That’s Douglas Hofstadter’s ‘endlessly rich world’

America’s strong-dollar problem

9. March 2017 - 18:48
Higher interest rates in the US are likely to attract capital flows, which could further strengthen the dollar

The degradation of Indian universities through politics

9. March 2017 - 18:46
Political intrusion in universities gathered momentum in the past 25 years, and has now reached a stage that could be the edge of the precipice for public universities

Assessing markets’ shift to a ‘presidential put’

9. March 2017 - 18:45
Good policymaking by the Trump administration would not prove sufficient unless it is accompanied by sound economic governance by Congress

The art and science of potholes

9. March 2017 - 12:01
Pothole art and activism has many proponents across the world. In Benguluru, Baadal Nanjundaswamy uses art and Prathaap B. science to tackle the problem

Qatar Airways’ airline launch strategy is savvy, but what happens to Air India?

9. March 2017 - 8:22
In providing options for air connectivity for the south Indian diaspora, the Persian Gulf carriers such as Qatar Airways offer a broader menu of destination choices

Will advertising back growth in TV viewership?

9. March 2017 - 5:25
An increase in rural viewership will mean more advertisers opting for television as a medium to reach rural audiences

Lots of people hate Trumpcare, and insurers should, too

9. March 2017 - 4:16
Apart from Democrats as well as rogue members of the Republican party per se, scores of eminent doctors and hospital groups have arrayed themselves against the Trumpcare

Chhattisgarh: The optics of human rights

8. March 2017 - 23:54
Major human rights violations and belligerent posturing of some officials against media persons and human rights defenders have led to widespread negative publicity in India

Ajay Tyagi as Sebi chairman has his task cut out

8. March 2017 - 23:39
Enforcement is an important area where Sebi chairman Ajay Tyagi should ensure the regulator pulls up its socks

Trade disputes

8. March 2017 - 20:49
China must reconfigure its economy as US and India are choosing local steel for infra projects and Europe is pushing against Chinese imports

A rising power without allies

8. March 2017 - 20:38
The growing rift with North Korea means that China is now left with just one real ally, quasi-failed Pakistan

Four ways technology is changing sports marketing

8. March 2017 - 20:31
Sports fans are so much more than traditional consumers. Marketing to them requires a very different mindset from marketing to a typical consumer

Why bond yields will not harden

8. March 2017 - 20:30
The real economic activity, including index of industrial production (IIP), will remain muted for some time

Kenneth Arrow and the age of empires

8. March 2017 - 20:20
Applying Nobel-Prize winning economist Kenneth Arrow’s Impossibility Theorem to Uttar Pradesh polls. Does it throw up an election result?

Is globalization in retreat?

8. March 2017 - 19:59
Production and investment have now become more global and interconnected and services are increasingly being traded across borders

We need to listen to Gurmehar Kaur

8. March 2017 - 19:43
Let go of hate, Gurmehar says silently through those 36 placards. It is time to listen

Why Uttar Pradesh and 11 March matter

8. March 2017 - 19:22
If Uttar Pradesh continues to remain a laggard state, the consequences will be felt by the best-performing states as well

India have rarely been good against quality spin as face-off with Australia shows

8. March 2017 - 13:03
The myth that Indian batsmen can play the turning ball, especially at home, has been busted once again, by O’Keefe, Lyon—and Australia