Failure inevitable for companies who miss market shift
No longer is Microsoft seen as a leader, and instead it is rapidly losing market relevancy as people look to Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung, Facebook and others for leadership.
Top technology predictions for India in 2013
We witnessed the rise (and fall) of many e-commerce companies. Many of us made our first true e-commerce purchase (and no, not airline tickets) with cash on delivery, and many more will make theirs in 2013.
FDI conundrum and the game of matryoshka dolls in Indian e-commerce space
The smokescreen surrounding the policies, such as selective clamp on e-tailing, and the loopholes that allow e-com firms to stay on the right side of the law while making a mockery of it, needs to go.
One of our investors just closed shop. What should we do?
There are lots of specific points in time to consider.
Why Jeff Bezos is our greatest living CEO
In an era when most of us are happy to earn 5-10 per cent per year - which equates to doubling your money about once a decade - these CEOs exceeded expectations 30-60 fold.
Will there be a Series A crunch in Europe?
The coming Series A crunch is perhaps the hottest topic of conversation in US tech circles at the moment.