Carlos Brathwaite, who won West Indies the men's T20 World Cup in 2016 with four sixes in the final over, speaks about surviving the pressures of the shortest format and how international cricket should address Covid-induced mental fatigue
In conversation with Forbes India, Darrell Foster talks about his method and philosophy of building heroes for the screen, living the life of a leader off the screen, and surviving the pandemic
PV Sindhu, 2016 Olympics silver medallist is one of India's strongest contenders to win a gold medal in women's singles badminton at Tokyo 2020. In conversation with Forbes India, the ace shuttler talks about the pressure of expectation, playing inside a bio-bubble, living with the constant social media scrutiny, and how she developed her game under a new coach—Park Tae Sang
In this conversation with Forbes India, Shankar Mahadevan, Ehsaan Noorani, and Loy Mendonsa take us through their music creating process, composing in the era of streaming services and algorithms, and future plans with artists and repertoire (A&R)
In a conversation with Forbes India, serial entrepreneur Ronnie Screwvala discusses what should motivate a leader, how to deal with failure, and the importance of recalibrating
Tiger Global Management's $25 million investment in BitCipher Labs last week marked the first investment in an Indian crypto startup for the New York-based investment firm, which is famous for its early backing of Flipkart. It has now added an Indian crypto startup to its portfolio. With Tiger's investment, CoinSwitch's valuation jumped five-fold to more than $500 million in just four months.
With a new round of funding, the Bengaluru fintech company is now valued at $3 billion. It is now set to become more aggressive on acquisitions to widen its products portfolio and expand into markets such as Indonesia and Malaysia, which offer growth opportunity with payments problems that are similar to what businesses faced when Razorpay launched in India
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated shifts such as the move to cloud computing to the extent that demand for IT services will actually meet a supply shortage in the short term, Aiman Ezzat, chief executive of Capgemini Group told Forbes India in a recent interview. In the medium term, demand will remain strong, he said. Ezzat also spoke about the company's large operations in India, his own career inflection points and leadership in the post pandemic world. Edited excerpts.
Tennis-legend-turned-education philanthropist on why he is investing big on early-stage learning
Sarah Todd fell in love with the complexity of Indian cuisine six years ago. Now, she has attempted to simplify the nuances and marry the passionate flavours with simple French techniques. In conversation with the chef about her experience with Indian food and fightback as an entrepreneur