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Editor-in-Chief’s Note: Eye On The Future

With this issue, BW Businessworld is celebrating 35 years of its existence as the domain leader. The choice of subjects for the anniversary theme is eclectic

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Jottings: Disclosures To Disappoint

A recent estimate of bookings reveals that a record number of two million people will be staying in rooms or residences booked through Airbnb during the yearend holidays

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ATMs: The Sweat Behind The Scenes

“Changes are products of intensive efforts” — Muhammad Yunus in his 2003 book Banker to the Poor: Micro-Lending and the Battle Against World Poverty

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Case Analysis: A Moment Of Reincarnation

This unexpected derailing may just be the right medicine a startup company needed in its quest to become great!

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Case Analysis: Money Matters

Nachiket to reevaluate the strategy of his line of business as the cash withdrawal pattern will change. It means number of bank owned ATMs in the market has to come down

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Their Worlds Came Crashing Down

Suddenly there was no money, no buyers and so, no sales. Soon there were no profits, no wages and soon after – no jobs...

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India Poised For Solid Growth In 2017

According to a report by MAGNA, the Asia-Pacific advertising market grew by 5.3 per cent this year to $148 billion. This makes APAC the second largest region, behind North America, with 30 per cent of global advertising revenues. The report predicts the region will record a similar growth of 5.4 per

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The Familiar Tune Is Back

For millennials in India, one of the most memorable ad jingle is Airtel’s ‘Har Ek Friend Zaroori Hota hai’

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‘India Is One Of Our Largest Markets’

Robert Bu, general manager, UCWeb India, spoke to BW Businessworld’s Haider Ali Khan about digital content consumption and the company’s plans for Indian users

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Family Businesses: Winds Of Change

Family run businesses still dominate corporate India, but many are now opting to let professionals run the show

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