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With nearly 100 companies and over $100 billion in group revenues, India’s Tata Group is shaping the future of jobs …
In this episode of Outliers, Kalra talks about lessons in building Makemytrip, and his views on letting go and finding a successor.
In this week’s Outliers, Sridhar Vembu tells Pankaj Mishra why he shunned VC money, and why he respects speed limits in growing his company.
In this week’s Outliers podcast with Vineet Nayar, we discuss the future of Indian IT and why employees need to take charge of their careers.
Ten days before Chhota Bheem was aired, Rajiv Chilaka’s new office was gutted in a fire. Listen to Chilaka’s long, hard entrepreneurial journey.
Tejas Networks recently launched a Rs 450 cr IPO, the first by an Indian telecom equipment maker. Listen to Outliers podcast with it’s founder Sanjay Nayak.
This podcast is the first in a series of three stories on Outlier Sonam Wangchuk that FactorDaily captured during a two-day trip to Leh.
Google vice-president for Southeast Asia and India believes the internet is going to make India reach greater heights.
He also talks about challenges faced by the disabled despite “inclusion” being promised by the government, by companies and by society.
Meet Rafat Ali of Skift, the digital media warrior who is questioning established media platforms on one hand and taking on the rising dominance of newer ones on the other.
As part of The Cognitive Story project, Tanmay Bakshi is applying cognitive technologies to help people unable to communicate to express their emotions.
Agarwal talks about blogging and his apps that have over million users.
Subroto Bagchi, cofounder of Mindtree and head of the Odisha Skill Development Authority, shares the important lessons he’s learnt from life.
Lacy, the founder of PandoDaily, is one of the most significant voices tracking issues that matter in the Valley.
For Girish Mathrubootham, founder and CEO of Freshdesk, entrepreneurship is not a one-off fling, but more like a habit, or …
Naval Ravikant of AngelList shares philosophical life lessons based on his own entrepreneurial journey and his observation of many founders and investors.
Entrepreneurship is usually made out to be a heroic, special, and sometimes crazy pursuit. “Go big or go home,” and …
We dare you to listen to Nayana’s story of struggling for acceptance in a society heavily loaded against people like her and not get goosebumps.
Sexism in India’s technology and startup ecosystem is getting worse day by day and not many are talking about it.