100 MOST INNOVATIVE LEADERS IN AMERICA
India top-most country for presence of social entrepreneurs: Study
It provides exposure, capacity building and a trusting community of social-change leaders within the World Economic Forum. It now represents 384 late-stage social innovators operating in more than 190 countries worldwide.
Persistent Systems hold smart school hackathon, may work with Atal Innovation Mission
The event received 100 applications from students in Pu...
Alphabet's Toronto smart city proposal faces timber innovation challenge
Sidewalk Labs' proposal includes developing 30-plus story buildings ...
Internet nonprofit leaders fight deal to sell control of .org domain
In November, the Internet Society unexpectedly announced that it was selling control to a year-old company called Ethos Capital. The firm counts a recent former head of ICANN, the internet's governing authority, as one of its advisers.
Government envisages $100-billion biomanufacturing hub
The PM highlighted the need for ‘Make in India’ initiatives in medical devices so that people benefit from the fruits of advances in diagnosis. The country, he said, should eradicate tuberculosis in five years and save people from communicable diseases such as Nipah and Ebola.
Barbara Rentler, only woman in US's '100 Most Innovative Leaders' list, has a quiet managerial style
The Ross Stores CEO broke through the corporate world to stamp her imprint on a male-dominated list.
Trains, planes and audacity: How Carlos Ghosn became the world’s most famous fugitive
Ghosn had sought diplomatic help from Brazil, France & Lebanon,. Only the last acted with evident enthusiasm.
Best large cap mutual funds to invest in 2020
many mutual fund managers and advisors recommend large cap schemes during uncertain times. Large cap stocks mostly fare better than mid cap and small cap stocks in times of a market correction.
Stick with market leaders, don’t bet on their poor cousins: Basant Maheshwari
If interest rates go up, there will be a global collapse, says Basant Maheshwari.
Musk, Taleb and business leaders you can trust
Business leaders being frank about failure and its consequences and responsibilities are rare, most so in India. As the witticism goes, only industries get sick in India, never industrialists.
Books, movies, biz & life lessons: Harsh Goenka, Anita Dongre and other top bosses do a 2019 #ReUp
The industry leaders also revealed their resolutions for 2020.
Drones in India: weighed down by regulation, sector struggles to find wings
While some countries have come up with clear and distinct drone laws, others are still struggling to establish drone laws to match the changing landscape of drones over the years.
This is the most difficult time for telecom industry: Sunil Mittal
Mittal said the govt needs to take a sympathetic view towards the sector on AGR and multiple levies.
ET Young Leaders: Mariwala, Hemrajani's advice for the future leaders; CEOs suggest staying balanced, thinking big
Top CEOs engaged in a conversation on the theme ‘Grooming Young Leaders Faster and Better’.
ByteDance, the world’s most valuable startup, weighs selling TikTok
A TikTok stake sale would likely push back any initial public offering for ByteDance. The company has considered an IPO in the US or Hong Kong as soon as next year, but still needs to beef up its international operations and hire a chief financial officer
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