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Sanchit Vir Gogia on BW CIO 3.0 Awards Jury

Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief analyst and CEO Greyhound Research is a part of the esteemed jury panel along with other industry leaders, who are evaluating and judging the  289 more words

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Here's why investor community is kicked about Bansals' role change at Flipkart

The clear demarcation of roles between founding members Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal of Flipkart was only expected and it was just a matter of time before they exchanged roles or took on different mantles, say analysts who have been tracking the growth of the home-grown e-commerce giant. 82 more words

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Are we celebrating SoftBank and Nikesh Arora too soon?

Around two years ago, India’s technology startup space was dominated by American investors such as Tiger Global and Sequoia Capital. But it all started changing in October 2014 when Japan’s SoftBank announced investments of around $800 million in two Indian startups—online retailer Snapdeal and ride-hailing startup Ola. 184 more words

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Flipkart co-founders take on new roles in push toward $100bn dream

The two Bansals have managed to raise over $3 billion from investors such as Accel India, Tiger Global, Steadview and Greenoks Capital since starting Flipkart. The latest injection, $700 million, came in late July, from Tiger, Steadview and others. 61 more words

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A challenging year awaits Indian IT sector

The tepid third quarter performance of India’s largest IT exporter Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is hardly good news for India’s overall IT sector. The company’s dollar revenue for the December quarter slipped 0.3 per cent over the previous quarter, beaten down by its India and Japan business, slowdown in the insurance business in the UK, as well as the Chennai floods. 30 more words

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Google India: Mastering The Art Of Winning

India has more startups today than ever before. And each one of them depends on Google as much as on funds for functioning. It is no exaggeration to say every new company opens its email account on Google’s Gmail, uses Google’s search engine and its video platform YouTube for marketing. 35 more words

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Indian IT outsourcing companies have been on an acquisition spree that will only increase in 2016

Legacy IT outsourcing companies in India continued acquiring aggressively in 2015. Most of the acquisitions were made in areas such as design and automation to help the companies cut costs, and stay ahead of the innovation curve. 84 more words

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