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Technology is certainly playing a major role in turning Indian corporates into MNCs.
The willingness to experiment and think beyond urban markets has helped Chinese companies scale up.
In recorded history, Ashoka had the biggest empire in India. And it is significant that it is in his time that the Indian script finally emerges.
Havells chose not to plant Indian expats in its European acquisition. Instead, it decided to manage by objectives.
The past decade and a half has marked the rapid emergence of a number of firms from developing countries as significant players in global markets.
Texas based RadioShack plans to sell 2,400 of its 4,100 stores to an affiliate of hedge fund Standard General, which in turn plans to sell 1,750 stores to Sprint.
Why rural connect of Indian MNCs is a boon  (27 February 08:16 am) 
The rural DNA of Indian MNCs is their biggest strategic asset that will be hard for any other country to match.
Go to a good college and grad school, become a lawyer or banker, and spend a few decades working your way up to partner.
\"Live the moment, enjoy the day — never be in a rush to cover the sites mentioned in travel guides.\"
Jobs hiring is perhaps the most celebrated hiring decision ever in Silicon Valley folklore. If there was a moral to that story, it would be this: if you are a startup, get your initial hiring spot-on.
Jobs hiring is perhaps the most celebrated hiring decision ever in Silicon Valley folklore. If there was a moral to that story, it would be this: if you are a startup, get your initial hiring spot-on.
Situated at the nerve centre of all software companies in Bangalore, Technicolor\'s facility creates content and mind-boggling graphics for top grossing Hollywood films.
Situated at the nerve centre of all software companies in Bangalore, Technicolor\'s facility creates content and mind-boggling graphics for top grossing Hollywood films.
We may hear stories of great entrepreneurs who dropped out of school, who did not complete their degrees, but when it comes to recruitment, we know we want our people to be from IIT/IIM.
In the last 100 days, a leader needs to build operational momentum in the organisation so that there is continuity of thought and action when a successor is in place.
In the last 100 days, a leader needs to build operational momentum in the organisation so that there is continuity of thought and action when a successor is in place.
In Think Like a Freak, Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt argue that we are often overly confident about what we think we know, and they recommend a way to think differently to solve problems.
In Think Like a Freak, Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt argue that we are often overly confident about what we think we know, and they recommend a way to think differently to solve problems.
In Think Like a Freak, Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt argue that we are often overly confident about what we think we know, and they recommend a way to think differently to solve problems.
If the new avatar is going to bring in a lifestyle change, there will be a sense of anxiety on whether he could cope with the new lifestyle.
If the new avatar is going to bring in a lifestyle change, there will be a sense of anxiety on whether he could cope with the new lifestyle.
If the new avatar is going to bring in a lifestyle change, there will be a sense of anxiety on whether he could cope with the new lifestyle.
​Microsoft’s move to make augmented reality applications a part of a ubiquitous software platform could prove to be a big validation of the technology.
​Microsoft’s move to make augmented reality applications a part of a ubiquitous software platform could prove to be a big validation of the technology.
​Microsoft’s move to make augmented reality applications a part of a ubiquitous software platform could prove to be a big validation of the technology.