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Latest Articles in Magazine Issue 6 Nov 2020

Bells, Elves & Gingerbread?

Our cover story for the Festival Special issue looks closely at different sectors of the economy and how the next few months are likely to pan out for them.

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The Unbroken Hold Of Hierarchy

Our enduring taste for hierarchy is an anachronism in the era of the individual knowledge worker but still near impossible to extirpate.

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Google, Gatekeeping And Government

The US action against Google charges it of locking up deals with giant partners like Apple and throttling competition through exclusive business contracts and agreements, for instance to make its search engine the default option for users.

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Fifty-Fifty: Cricketers Endorsing Mutual Funds Sahi Hai?

Do they have the expertise to give the advice in the first place? And what if consumers suffer a financial loss after heeding the advice?

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Could Kiwi Leadership Be A Model For Us?

Brutal Honesty, Understated Fortitude, Action Bias - traits of Kiwi Leadership that the world needs a lot more

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How India Became Self-sufficient In PPE

India was able to realise the vision of AatmaNirbhar Bharat, of not only becoming self-sufficient but also becoming a global exporter. This successful journey should inspire our indigenous industries to venture into manufacturing of high-quality goods and lead India to become a global supplier.

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Part 1: Finding A Co-Founder

“Gentleman’s word’ is a nice concept and an appreciable one. But for any business arrangement like having a co-founder, you must document your commercial understanding including each others’ rights, roles, responsibilities and how to handle disputes; more importantly how to face dissolution of the collaboration as co-founder.

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The Multiplier Benefits Of Blockchain In Vaccine Development

Despite the numerous advantages to using blockchain for the various stages of vaccine development and deployment enunciated above, a number of barriers exist.

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Corrupting Influence On Growth & Development

While the leadership is motivated to eradicate corruption, the effort is often driven by normative considerations, on one hand, a perceived need to ‘demonstrate’ a tough stand to the voters on the other.

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