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Steve Wozniak was barely 25 years old when he joined Jobs and Ronald Wayne to start what has emerged as the world’s most valuable company.
Jaitley added that if any investor chooses another destination over India, it can't be for the Vodafone tax issue but about other issues.
“What is more important: human or technology?” asked Wozniak while addressing the audience at the Economic Times’ Global Business Summit, held at New Delhi
Ladies at the top talk women in the business at ET GBS: We should be proud to be called ambitious.
As a result of this under investments, millennials and centennials today don't have the same kind of love for brands.
Andy Xie is a Shanghai-based independent economist specialising in China and Asia, and writes, speaks and consults on global economics and financial markets.
He said that a lot of changes have been happening globally but often people underestimate the speed at which the power shift is happening.
Voicing concerns on wilful defaults, Jaitley said, sections of Indian business lag behind and must introspect Cases of wilful defaults, banks frauds killing ease of doing business efforts.
The actor reiterated that technology has democratised the way cinema is being produced and consumed.
We will require lot more jobs to build those machines, Woznika said adding that the next generation will have different types of jobs to choose from.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on those responsible for upholding ethics in financial institutions to fulfil their duties sincerely.
“I like Elon Musk very much. He makes me buy things which I think I am getting, but I am not. That said, I like him for imagining things no one has ever,” said ‘The Woz’ while speaking at the Economic Times’ Global Business Summit held at New Delhi.
"The government is responding well to its responsibilities. It is at the same time an industrial responsibility to introspect and adhere to an agenda of doing ethical business," he said.
The actor said that digitisation and big data will change how we invest in, consume & market films.
PM Narendra Modi cited improved data on inflation, fiscal deficit, current account deficit, GDP growth, interest rates and FDI infl ows.
"Big data is the future and we need to use it. There is so much untapped big data that the cinematic medium can explore and consume, that the role of the actor will diminish," he said.
India, which now contributes 10% to Uber’s total global transactions, will remain important for the company at least for the next five years, the CEO said at the ET Global Business Summit.
"On every macro-economic parameter -- inflation, current account deficit, fiscal deficit, GDP growth, interest rates, FDI inflow -- India is performing well," PM said.
India, which now contributes 10% to Uber’s total global transactions, will remain important for the company at least for the next five years, the CEO said.
The prime minister asked the management of financial institutions as well as the supervisory bodies to do their job diligently to check such frauds.
In his 44-minute speech, Modi said his government will show zero tolerance to financial frauds in a possible hint at the PNB scam.
While recognizing that real estate in India had been going through a tough time, he saw it as a period of cleansing.
Speaking at the ET’s Global Business Summit, Dara Khosrowshahi said he wishes to do the same for Uber, what the Indian Prime Minister is doing for India.
“Why is the tide turning? It could be because large sections of the population in those countries believe they have not benefited from globalisation.”
"There is no dearth of talent, maximum startups in Silicon Valley are from Indians. So there are no reasons why that can't be done in India," Anil Agarwal added.
Netflix also announced three Indian original productions — Ghoul, Leila and Crocodile — besides four productions already under work which include Sacred Games, Selection Day, Again, and Bard of Blood.
Maggioncalda said one of the earliest experiments in using technology to create equal access to education took place in India.
Kapoor touched upon the broad and deep financial reforms that are expected to help drive economic growth in India, Asia’s third-biggest economy, and among the world’s fastest-expanding.
Indian real-estate regulations are often so complicated and restrictive that only those with the ability to lobby the government can get anything built at all.
When a large organisation is functioning, there are a thousand things inside, riggings to be fixed all the time. If you don’t fix those riggings, if you don’t fix your sails properly and suddenly you go into a wild sea, that’ll be foolish.
A decade of massive, synchronised monetary and fiscal stimulus has led to the greatest asset bubble in history, to the tune of about $100 trillion.
Internet entertainment is simple, but revolutionary, and provides consumers choice and control, freedom and flexibility.
Industries like banking are set for a disruption even more fundamental than those industries where there is a need for a culminating physical delivery.
Approximately, 60% of executives I have surveyed say their main competitor in five years will be a different company than today. Adaptation is more important than scale.
The Global Business Summit presented by The Economic Times and YES Bank that’s to be held on February 23-24 in the capital will showcase a star-studded roster headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
While individual cos need to drive their specific and detailed agenda, we believe that there is a strong case for the govt & industry associations to put their might together to accelerate the adoption of Industry 4.0.
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