Member of Parliament Tathagata Satpathy is moving a bill in the lower house, Lok Sabha, to reform defamation laws in India.
This year LinkedIn won’t go to campuses to hire fresh graduates.
The company is likely to start with “insourcing” the support for Apple Stores.
Online retailer Flipkart’s advertising business finally seems to be catching on, growing at a healthy clip and pulling up the retailer’s sagging margins.
After raising $1.5 mn in one of the biggest seed rounds in the country last year the company has closed series A funding from Sequoia Capital.
It’s like banning BitCoin because they can be used to buy drugs.
If the Devas plan had worked, you’d have had millions of rail users with smartphones and internet not just today but five-six years ago.
Alibaba ruled out ‘inorganic growth’ at current valuations in India, which is higher than expected at 3-5 times the gross merchandise value.
Benjamin Joffe of Hax, the world’s largest startup accelerator, gives you a lowdown of the hardware revolution.
Among senior scientists, physicists and engineers are a bunch of space crazed teenagers, learning about the mission and working on projects.
Alibaba’s iron triangle is a combination of e-commerce, logistics and finance. It all hinges on the massive amounts of commerce data that Alibaba generates.
As social media gains its rightful place in public discourse, don’t the ‘influencers’ need to behave responsibly? Seriously.