India’s planners are being compelled to shift their priorities, to focus on the small and not the big; on rural villages rather than on urban metropolises; and on people first rather than on investors
Tag : jobs
The lockdown is taking its toll. What will it take workers in the informal sectors and small businesses to survive?
The lives of small business owners and migrant labour have been turned completely upside down. But the crisis may have also brought the community closer
CEOs and entrepreneurial founders are rolling up their sleeves to save their businesses and also save livelihoods so that the economy doesn't sink further. An introduction to ‘Survival Strategies’, an urgent theme Founding Fuel is exploring
The world over, there is a “tribalisation of opinion”. Where are the spaces to listen to people not like us?
This month, we participate in the lives of a few Indore residents, and get a glimpse of unspoken realities and desires, as jobs in the formal sector define their self-worth
How is the average Indian doing? A deep dive into the lives of four Surat residents shows a microcosm of the Indian story
This Week in Disruptive Tech
May 10, 2019: A roundup of news and perspective on disruptive technology from around the world. Also in this issue: gene editing to prevent heart attack, and what North Korea's radio-tochkas show us about Big Tech's privacy violations
This Week: How photos are changing business trends, India’s wages crisis, the black hole photo, lessons from Peter Thiel, the future of work, and what is safe to forget
This Week: The mind of the Indian politician, the future of privacy, technology and jobs, the rise of populism, corporate governance, and more