5 Powerful Life Lessons from Gautam Adani on his 60th Birthday
Entrepreneurship

5 Powerful Life Lessons from Gautam Adani on his 60th Birthday

The few names that come to our mind when we talk about India's top conglomerates are TATA, Reliance, and Adani. Lately, Adani Group and its founder Gautam Adani are all over the news because of the things they are doing and the immense growth they have achieved to date.

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Lessons from Travis Kalanick
Entrepreneurship

Lessons from Travis Kalanick's Life- The Uber Story

Once upon a time, two gentlemen stuck on a snowy evening in Paris were waiting for a miracle to happen. Or in other words, they were waiting for a taxi. Until they realize, “What if you could request a ride simply by tapping your phone?”

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The Success Story & Business Model of boAt
Entrepreneurship

The Success Story & Business Model of boAt

What comes to mind when we hear ‘Earphones’?šŸ¤” Think think?

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BYJU
Startups

BYJU's scammy past and all its acquisitions

We are talking about India’s most-valued startup, its value pegged at $22 billion as of December 2021. BYJU’s has risen to the top, and has been dragged through the mud, all so that it could rule the ed-tech domain in India. 

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Louis Vuitton: The origin and the takeover story!
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Louis Vuitton: The origin and the takeover story!

It’s Loo-ee Vuh-tawn. Not Lou-iss Vuii-tton. The number one luxury brand in the world, under the mega-conglomerate LVMH, is valued at 329 billion US dollars as of 2021. The owner of this brand is the third richest person standing on the face of the Earth today, with a net worth of 188.6 billion US dollars. Do you know how big that number is? Ambani’s net worth as of March 2022 is 89.7 billion US dollars, so Mr Louis Vuitton CEO is double the worth of Ambani.  So the next time you wanna ask someone, “Ambani hai kya?” instead ask them, “Arnault hai kya” and show off that you know what their real worth is! 

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Tata Sons: The Heir Misfortune
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Tata Sons: The Heir Misfortune

In her article, a colleague of mine recently wrote, “Chappal Bata ki. Aur naukari Tata ki”. While I had never heard the line myself, it wasn’t hard to believe that such a phrase would exist for one of India’s most well-reputed companies.

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How NOT Diversifying saved Symphony from Bankruptcy
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How NOT Diversifying saved Symphony from Bankruptcy

“We didn’t know if we would survive... Closing down the company and moving on to something else—leaving behind a trail of debt—would have been the easiest thing to do. But we didn’t want that.”

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Is our Future all about Decentraland?
Business

Is our Future all about Decentraland?

It’s 2060. Wondering where the 90s peeps are? Well, let me tell you, ladies and gentlemen; they are at the Metaverse enjoying life in whichever avatar or age they wish to be! (No kidding!) 

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When a 95 year old defeated America
Success Stories

When a 95 year old defeated America's Biggest Furniture Brand

Do you know who "Rosie the Riveter" is? She is a character from the American Industrial Movement meant to inspire women to join the workforce. The bandana-clad Rosie was an inspiration. She led the femme-Americana to join the very male-led industries as aviation, arms & ammunition, and the forces.

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Is Micromax secretly a Chinese Company?
Startups

Is Micromax secretly a Chinese Company?

An Indian smartphone brand, which once was a market leader with more than 50% market share, has a market share of 0.5% today.

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Why Godrej Group loves Bank Robbery
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Why Godrej Group loves Bank Robbery

Today’s story starts in 1890 when a young Parsi boy, fresh out of law school, started working in a well-known company in Tanzania. His name was Ardeshir Godrej, the first child out of six children of Burjorji and Dosibai Godrej. 

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How Carpenters created Fevicol
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How Carpenters created Fevicol

“Pehle Law ki padhai Ki...Uske baad Bharat Chhodo Andolan kiya...Uske baad Law khatam karke wood trading aur import business karne laga. Agar import business karna tha toh law kyu kiya?”

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Himalaya: The company that bottled Ayurveda
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Himalaya: The company that bottled Ayurveda

Our story today started 90 years ago. Deep in the thick forests of Burma, a few elephants were going frantic. A man was out on his nature walk when he saw the elephants so restless. He stood at a distance and observed them. There came another man who fed them some leaves, as it looked from the distance. He kept observing the elephants, and in a while, they were calmed down and as quiet as a cool breeze. 

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Ranbaxy : Family Feud, Scams and More
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Ranbaxy : Family Feud, Scams and More

Everyone has a role in their family, mine is Dawai ka Ramu Kaka(I am responsible for fetching medicines in my household, sometimes mine too).

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The Coconut Oil Mafia, HUL
Entrepreneurship

The Coconut Oil Mafia, HUL

Take a deep breath and think about your childhood, the memories of the first day of school, or the summer holidays, those silly fights with the siblings, and that bachpan ka ghar. There is no end to these memories and one among such is, Mummy ke hath ki oil-champi especially on those chilly winters!  

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Amul: The freedom fighting company
Entrepreneurship

Amul: The freedom fighting company

šŸŽµYe desh hai veer jawano ka, albelo ka, mastano ka, revolutionary companies ka, is desh ka yaro, hoyeeee!šŸŽµ

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MRF: From selling Balloons on the streets to becoming a Tyre Giant
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MRF: From selling Balloons on the streets to becoming a Tyre Giant

The year is 1946, a young man named K.M Mammen Mappillai is wandering around the streets of Madras selling balloons. Born to a Christian family in Kerala with nine other siblings, Mammen had no idea that those balloons were building blocks to his success. 

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Club Mahindra: Trip or a Trap?
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Club Mahindra: Trip or a Trap?

As a little girl, I loved the ice cream wale bhaiya who would come to sell ice-creams to us on our doorsteps. I would buy a ā‚¹10 ice cream almost every day and felt personally connected to him. But one day, he said, “You give me ā‚¹1000 today, and I’ll give you free ice creams for the next ten years;” the supporting argument being, “today what costs you ā‚¹10 might be ā‚¹25 in the next ten years because prices rise every year.”  

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