Recently, American economist Paul Krugman sounded an alarm for the country’s cheerleaders for growth. “India’s lack in the manufacturing sector could work against it, as it doesn’t have the jobs essential to sustain the projected growth in demography. You have to find jobs for people.”
Look up, California.
Google, Facebook, and Others market their services as free in an acute information asymmetric barter arrangement. As fiduciaries, the social media companies need to educate the consumers about the true value inherent in the consumer-created online behavior footprint.
Oscar De La Hoya wants to get into MMA and Chuck Liddell wants to get back in the cage.
One day, India’s e-commerce market will be bigger than that of China, provided that the country overcomes a number of market inefficiencies.
The story of a Facebook security engineer fired for allegedly stalking women online and potentially exploiting his privileged access to private user data reminds us that companies need to foster a culture of treating private data misuse as seriously as they treat media leaks.
Thailand’s richest saw their collective wealth surge to more than US$162 billion, up one third from the previous year. Among the top 50 richest on the 2018 Forbes Thailand Rich list, two-thirds saw their wealth rise, with the top four alone adding close to $25 billion.
Forbes Asia today announced its inaugural Emergent 25 List, honoring star businesswomen who are making their recent mark in regional enterprises.