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Latest Articles in magazine 11 January 2016

Gadgets: Sound And Style

This neat looking device looks, for entire world, like a big cigarette case or a clutch purse — though it can also fit into one or into a very large pocket.

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Gadgets: Smart And Circular

Motorola took a lot of effort to design the 360 to look classic and not stick out like a sore thumb and scream I’m a computer on your wrist.

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Play Smart, Drill Deep

Overall, barring technical rallies, I remain less than sanguine on global equities. Since 2008, I have never seen any really compelling reason to be a table thumping bull. Save for the zero interest rate policy bit.

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Let’s Get Down To ‘Doing’ Now

We need to create our own Google, Facebook, rather than building models that are all about labour arbitrage

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Time To Walk The Talk

After the electoral debacle in Bihar, I suspect 2016 will be a year of discontent for the BJP government

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Stocks: Small Is Beautiful

Big is no more beautiful. It’s the new mantra for stock investing in 2016. Small is good; it can, and will, bring relatively bigger profits for disciplined investors.

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Editor's Letter: Commanding Respect

Businessworld and TNS Global, a market research subsidiary of Kantar Media, did a survey in two phases interviewing over 1,200 CEOs and senior executives

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Whose PM Is He Anyway?

In fact, by January 2016, it would be best to ask the people of Switzerland what they think of Narendra Modi. Because if it wasn’t for his photographs on government ads, who in India would even remember?

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Slim Had A Great Fall

The Mexican mogul had the worst year of anyone on Bloomberg’s list of the world’s 400 richest people.

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2016: Jet Set Go

2016 promises to be a blockbuster year for the global travel industry as more and more travellers get out of their comfort zone to try something new

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Book Review: Driving A Vision

The book illustrates how to identify which category one falls into and how one can improve the self and the organisation one is working in, writes Aparna Tadimety

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Book Review: Finding New Ideas

The book provides valuable research and supports what I have always believed: that with proper training, anyone with a common-sense mindset grounded in reality can deliver creative and innovative new ideas, projects, processes, and programmes, writes Harkirat Singh

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Book Review: Break The Chain

The book is worth a quick read to get a hold on the central theme and then many slower and more thoughtful ones with a notebook handy for action items, writes Jim Whitehurst

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Book Extract: ‘P’ Is For Purpose

Purpose in life and career is a significant force. It represents the driving vigour in the individual. It provides life-giving power to each individual, just like the engine of an automobile gives power to the wheels through the gear box and other parts of the car.

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Recharging The Economy

Getting India’s GDP growth trajectory back to 8 per cent a year is critical for three reasons: Creating jobs, driving consumption and boosting investment.

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