HindustanTimes Fri,18 Apr 2014

Business Columns

Apple romances Microsoft

The unthinkable has happened. Apple's Mac can now run Windows. Shocked aren't you?, writes Puneet Mehrotra.

More net devices

Do you visualize a situation in the next four years or so where there are more connected-to-the-Internet devices than there are Internet users?, writes Deepak Mankar.

Alive and well? Come again

I was amused and bemused by a reader posting in response to a story on the Western Union telegram stoppage, writes Deepak Mankar.

A few parallel Internets

A few months ago I had written a column on the "ownership" of the Internet. The issue is becoming active once again, writes Puneet Mehrotra.

Spam. How threatening is it?

In spite of skeptic's predictions, spam has not flooded inboxes to the point of driving email users to abandon email, writes Deepak Mankar.

Google acquires online word processor

The great war between Google vs Microsoft vs Yahoo. Actually for the past few months its only been Microsoft vs Google, writes Puneet Mehrotra.

Silicon Valley's tech gossip!

It had to happen sooner or later, I suppose. Silicon Valley had to get its very own tech gossip e-tabloid. Now it does, writes Deepak Mankar.

Truth exists only in the moment

Once that moment is in the past, vitiating influences take over, writes Deepak Mankar.

Thought leader and corporate blogging

Thought leaders genuinely influence others by creating, advancing and sharing ideas, writes Puneet Mehrotra.

US ON TOP. Outsourcing to India

The vast majority of firms outsourcing to India will remain US based, writes Deepak Mankar.

Define your ebusiness strategy

When it comes to business, our business strategists forget history and propagate war, writes Puneet Mehrotra.

Who needs hi-tech?

There was lots of cool, new, improved technology at Las Vegas' Consumer Electronics Show this year, writes, Deepak Mankar.

Bad news spreads fast

The first week of 2006 was embarrassing for Wal-Mart. Deepak Mankar tells you the webside story.

Reality of new media in India

On line media adds 10 lakh new individuals every month which is more than the readership of the leading business newspaper in India, writes Puneet Mehrotra.

Markets at the crossroads again

Indian markets are showing signs of buckling under pressure after the recent shake-up in Asian markets, writes Ashok Kumar.
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