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Latest Articles in magazine 23 february 2015

Analysis: The Butterfly Effect

Almost every few days you hear about a new startup getting a billion-dollar valuation. India itself has five now, with predictions of 15 such billion-dollar startups in India by 2020. Globally, there are already 75-plus such startups that have touched a billion-dollar valuation, bot most of them are not more than 6-7 years old. The last few billion-dollar companies took 10 years to build and before that almost 20-30 years.

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Analysis: Your Vision, My Supervision

Kedar and Robin quitting well-paying jobs with careless nonchalance ostensibly seems like we now becoming a careless generation. But in reality, these are just symptoms of the new age which, interestingly, is new in behaviour and yet rooted in old human traditions.

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Case Study: But Then, There Is Kedar

Abhinav Arya drove at a steady pace, letting his car coast at times, patiently waiting at signals, letting life be, as his mind played out the episode of Kedar Kaushik, in slow thoughtful flow. Abhinav was walking around in the world of Kedar examining every little thing there and marvelling at how wonderful everything was.

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It's Freshly Familiar

A certain friend of mine is a happy camper. He’s got his hands on the BlackBerry Classic and finally everything feels like it should be. Not for him, those large snazzy touch-screens that make it easy to do everything except type. Mail is coming in, the light is flashing, messages are flowing, and he tackles them with the reassuring clicks of the much-loved QWERTY keyboard on the BlackBerry. My friend is exactly who the BlackBerry Classic is intended for.

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