From the Editor's Desk I'd like to highlight 3 stories today. The first one 'Flipkart effect: Startups may lose sheen in job market', reflects how quickly cycles go up and down now. The high was never to be believed and neither is the low as bad as it seems. Startups will hopefully stabilize as a job sector soon. The second story shows us that David Warner, captain of the winning IPL team is probably as astute an investor as he is a cricketer. Finally, a story from The Economist which makes an interesting case for why humans are so intelligent, and it has something to do with human babies being so helpless, compared to other animal young ones.
8 tech startups shut shop in 2 weeks: Food tech sector hardest hit New ideas/global replicas, funding, scale up and shut downs have now become part and parcel of the Indian startup story. Almost every sub-sector in the tech startup space – e-commerce, cab aggregation, food-tech, grocery delivery – has seen the emergence of copycat business models followed by the in
Silicon Valley tech hires who quit Indian unicorns If last year saw top tech executives in Silicon Valley being wooed by startups here, this year saw many of them quitting these Indian internet companies. While some were disenchanted by the startup environment in India, many were inspired to become entrepreneurs themselves. Snapdeal's chief pro