Entrepreneurship

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As someone who has spent the last couple of years recruiting a lot, I have been noticing a disturbing trend – The 3 Month Notice Period! More and more companies now require their employees to serve a 3 month notice period after resignation with very little chance of getting relieved earlier.
One of things this

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There are leaders. And then, there are cult leaders. Some of us I am sure are still wondering – what will happen to Apple after Steve Jobs? Will they still be able to turn out paradigm shifting products? Can they sustain their success even after the departure of visionary leader?
That, to me, is a

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was recently sent an invite on Facebook by one of my younger cousins.To avoid thinking of excuses at the next family meet – I just accepted. I wasn’t too keen on letting a 18 year old know what I am up to (which is usually nothing interesting but still…).
When I saw my cousin’s posts,

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A definite read on Wired… Elon Musk talks about his SpaceX venture and how he intends to put a small plant on Mars in the next few years.
He also talks about manufacturing and supply chain issues in the very very esoteric world of subject of Space Rockets!!
If the above wasn’t enough to convince

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Before I begin, I must clarify that the post heading is more applicable to the US than to India. TCS today became the most valuable company in India – so our tech sector is still all about offering scale… and pretty much nothing else! But as the rest of this post can attest, sometimes boring

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If Hindi speakers are reading, I don’t mean ‘Wild’ investors – I just mean that the founders of Junglee.com are also one of the early investors in Facebook.
In 1998, Venky Harinarayan and Anand Rajaraman sold Junglee.com to Amazon for $250 million (in 1998!!!!), then they went on to sell Kosmix to WalMart for $300

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All of us have probably heard this word before… sometimes its the mainstay of how we do business in India. Me and Ajay did a lot of it during the office set up. Believe it or not, Harvard thinks this is a actual business methodology.
Read the below and feel proud (?)
http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2011/12/think_like_an_indian_entrepren.html