Business Today Archive March 26, 2017 Issue

Edition: March 26, 2017

Cover Story

THE FALL OF THE UNICORNS

THE FALL OF THE UNICORNS

They were all part of the fabled $1 billion plus valuation club. Now they have run into trouble.

Editors note
Till about a year ago, they looked invincible and unstoppable. Flipkart, Ola, Snapdeal, Quikr, Zomato... and a few others, had become the fabled Indian unicorns - start-ups boasting of valuation of over $1 billion.
Book
There is plenty of evidence here to convince modern medicine practitioners to take cognisance of gender-based health care.
People

Leadership Spotlight
Rajeev Talwar, CEO, DLF, and Chairman, National Real Estate Development Council, tells Chanchal Pal Chauhan
about the changes unfolding in the real estate sector.
Features
Warren Buffett talking about Ajit Jain, widely believed to be a strong contender to succeed the billionaire investor at Berkshire Hathaway, in his annual letter to shareholders.
Money Today

With little clarity on the way interest rates are headed, we tell you how you can make money from fixed-income instruments.

Columns
India's growth story is significantly dependent on developing a strong SME sector.
Letters
Letters to the Editor Business Today Magazine
Event

Technology

Dual-lens camera smartphones, 2-in-1 Windows hybrids, and Android Wear 2.0 were the highlights of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Focus
Micro,small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) account for close to two-third employment. Their future will be the key to solving the country's unemployment problem

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