The ride-hailing industry’s drive has come to a screeching halt. Can Ola survive?
Mounting losses, imperfect bets and tough lessons. The taxi company was just about to prove its worth, when the pandemic threw a spanner in
Shruti Venkatesh - June 05, 2020
It’s gushing and how
After a record CY18, PE flows surpass $10 billion in just three months of the current calendar year
April 04, 2019
Age of Plenty
It is not only flush venture capitalists who are chasing start-ups. Family offices and high-net worth individuals are also chasing Unicorns
Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham - November 27, 2018
World on a Platter
Homegrown unicorns are venturing overseas with the prospect of greater business. Will they emerge victorious?
Himanshu Kakkar - November 23, 2018
Taking Offline Online
Paytm Mall aims to rival Amazon and Flipkart by offering competitive pricing and fast deliveries from offline stores in small cities
Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham - September 04, 2018
Warring For Kirana Territory
Given the high order frequency and under penetration, online grocery is the next battleground for both online and offline retailers
Kripa Mahalingam - August 02, 2018
The Odds Are Even
Having found a serious partner with complimentary strengths and big money, Flipkart can now take the fight to Amazon
Kripa Mahalingam - May 03, 2018
Budget hotel start-ups are finally coming of age, after a period of painful learning and self-discovery
Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham - April 04, 2018
Deal or Ordeal?
Amid falling orders and shrinking market share, Snapdeal faces a tough choice of either roping in a white knight or run the risk of fading into oblivion
V Keshavdev - April 04, 2018
Flush with funds, foreign PE investors are making outsized bets. Will it pay off?
Shilpa Elizabeth Abraham - February 23, 2018