From the Editor's Desk Ok, so 2 stories for today. Entrepreneurs live in their businesses so much that it often leads to identity crises, especially when things go bad. This article examines this issue with some examples. Founders are advised to read it for empathy. The second story is about how boards with women are less likely to try to buy other companies, and when they do, the deals are smaller. And this is a good thing! Full story here.
Flipkart introduces India's first 'No Cost EMI' option for online buyersThe Tech PortalIn a bid to better the overall customer experience on its platform. Flipkart has today introduced a simple and easy financing option for its online buyers -- 'No Cost EMI'. Under this option, customers can buy high-cost products on Flipkart through EMI ... articles
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