Sunny Sen, Author at FactorDaily
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Sunny Sen

Sunny Sen

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Sunny Sen, Editor, Corporate and Policy, at FactorDaily, has been a journalist since 2007 and a business writer since July 2008. In his nearly decade-long career, he has worked with newspapers like Hindustan Times and Financial Express, magazines including Business Today, Businessworld and Voice & Data, and with NTDV news channel. While most of his work has been on technology, telecom, auto and startups, he has occasionally written on politics and economy. He has also coauthored a bestseller: Mantras For Success — India’s Greatest CEOs Tell You How to Win. He lives in Delhi and you can write to him at sunny@factordaily.com.

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