Why Snapdeal debacle may compel Nexus to rethink its future course

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Why didn’t it sell its stake, even partially, before Snapdeal fell off the wagon?

At this rate, Fintech will slaughter India’s banks

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The hefty checks that SoftBank and GIC wrote last week send a clear signal


Did Snapdeal abandon group buying model too early?

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With this, an entire category within e-commerce has been abandoned without being fully explored.


JD.com may try investor patience with Tokopedia investment in Indonesia

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Should JD.com invest in Tokopedia, it’ll be following Alibaba’s taking control of Lazada Group SA


Dear Uber, that record funding means battle-hardened Didi is coming for you

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Didi’s record funding round is said to value the company at more than $50b.


Uber’s Kalanick should fear SoftBank founder & Didi backer Masayoshi Son

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Son is a master salesman and looks once again to have had his way.


China takes an enlightened approach to tech

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Amazon.com Inc.’s Jeff Bezos has made a career of being first in e-commerce. But in one critical area, he’s falling behind — thanks to Washington. While Bezos has been eager to deliver orders to customers in the U.S. with drones, Amazon’s efforts have so far been stymied by outdated regulations…. Read more »


True to its style, Walmart scoops up e-commerce deals at a discount

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The problem is, in true Walmart fashion, the retailer is trying to buy revenue growth on the cheap.


Weetabix proves to be an unsavory lesson for China Inc

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The popularity of most breakfast cereals across Europe has been in decline, although Kellogg’s brands still dominate.


Crisis at India’s Snapdeal: A result of boardroom battle

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It is the culmination of a series of errors by its co-founders and its board.