‘Health insurance industry is difficult to disrupt’
The CEO of the health insurance company says he sees tech startups providing them a platform for distribution and engagement.
‘North-south binary too simplistic for mapping economic performance’
Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and West Bengal have the largest number of poor households: Shamika Ravi
Building a truly financially inclusive society
Initiatives such as Jan-Dhan Yojana and Aadhaar have helped bring a large number of Indians into the formal financial system.
While the views of the ideological parent of the BJP on politics and culture are debated incessantly, little is discussed about its economic ideals.
Masayoshi Son to offer free solar power to India
But only after 25-year power purchase agreements “come to an end”.
Asset-light Marriott takes on Indian hotel majors
Marriott shot into the big league in India following an asset-light model, post the acquisition of Starwood Hotels. In doing so, it has locked horns with incumbents like Taj and Oberoi.
D-Street beckons Metropolis Healthcare
Diagnostics company Metropolis Healthcare has filed an offer document with SEBI for an IPO.
‘Delhiites most aware of e-waste, biggest hoarders’
The results of the study have prompted independent manufacturing associations and the government to launch the ‘India Cleanup Week’ in October.
‘Future of retail will be a blend of offline, online’
Technology will be a key business enabler for consumer-facing businesses in India
Silver lining for Indian steel
Steel minister Chaudhary Birender Singh believes the future of India’s steel industry lies in innovation.