Salesforce acquisition: nobody rings a bell at the top
Even with their market cap of $40-50 billion dollars, Salesforce finds itself the target of a takeover.
Risk vs volatility: misunderstood partners in crime
While volatility is real, risk is a state of mind.
Why we should aim to build a forever company, not just a unicorn
It’s the ultimate vanity metric, because $1B of shareholder value is merely the lagging indicator that we’ve created useful for the world.
Be lean to make it big
An interesting thing about building a startup is that the money you assume will suffice till the time you get funding is never enough.
Indian telcos killed VAS business. Now they're out to kill your business
We are going back 30 years, to the days of the license raj, where the guy who owned the pipe could dictate what flowed through it.
Real Estate Regulatory Bill: first step towards the much needed transparency
Implementing the Bill in letter and spirit will go a long way to restore the confidence among home buyers.