Here’s revisiting some of best of FactorDaily’s stories from 2016 across categories.
We decided to launch our Outliers podcast with Manish Sharma because he is clearly an outlier among entrepreneurs.
Delhi-based fintech startup Affordplan on Tuesday announced that it has raised Rs 20 crore in Series A funding from Prime …
The Internet of Things (IoT) and mobility are taking over our lives, and work. Workplace walls are breaking down and …
As wearables go mainstream and more data goes online, the healthcare industry will need more engineers and data scientists.
Robots are rapidly growing in numbers, expanding their skills and quickly moving into our workplaces. Experts have started warning people …
For India to play a leading role in the fourth industrial revolution, it will have to rethink its policies around education and immigration
If India doesn’t have job creation in manufacturing and millions of people in agriculture, can we migrate them directly to services? No one in the world has done that yet
India’s biggest maker of motorbikes by volumes will invest up to Rs 205 crore in Ather Energy, a Bengaluru-based electric scooter company.
Bengaluru-based last-mile logistics company Opinio has suspended operations in several segments until further notice, and is likely to get out …
Eight years ago on this day, the first commercial Android-based smartphone was launched. In these years, Android has killed companies, …
Sreejita Deb, chief business officer at the Mumbai-based luxury fashion startup Flyrobe, has some standard red flags and screening criteria …
Factordaily’s Editor-In-Chief Pankaj Mishra discusses range of topics with Delhivery’s Sahil Barua.
Our Editor-in-chief Pankaj Mishra interviews Zomato co-founder Deepinder Goyal.
FactorDaily’s Editor-in-Chief Pankaj Mishra discusses a range of topics with Deep Kalra.
In an unusually candid interview with Pankaj Mishra of FactorDaily, Vijay Shekhar Sharma the founder of ecommerce and payments company Paytm.
As Azim Premji completes 50 years at the helm of Wipro, we take you back to the place from where he started his journey.
The Indian on-demand economy will find it challenging, the CB Insights CEO predicts
Tanmay Bakshi is a software programming whiz who is only 12 years old. He is also among the youngest developers building applications around Watson, IBM’s artificial intelligence platform.