Medicines, Hertz,Silicon Valley, Rippling and Jio: The Week’s Most Interesting

It was simply a week of supreme positivity from my end. One man raising $10 Billion at the time of corona, New Zealand reporting zero cases for 5 straight days and going back to work and Musk taking some time off twitter to send a couple of astronauts to space. Not a big deal !Continue reading “Medicines, Hertz,Silicon Valley, Rippling and Jio: The Week’s Most Interesting”

Iran, Saving the Internet, Walmart, Elon Musk and Hong Kong: The Week’s Most Interesting

Hi,Since never before in our times was economic survival so intertwined with human survival, economies opening everywhere and record jumps in coronavirus cases is very similar to the Protogoras’s Paradox (https://puzzling.stackexchange.com/questions/35296/protagorass-paradox-an-unsolved-court-case). I will leave it up to your imagination as to how they relate to our times, but trust me the debate has just started. There are a bunch of articlesContinue reading “Iran, Saving the Internet, Walmart, Elon Musk and Hong Kong: The Week’s Most Interesting”

Modi, Antartica, Bezos, Inequality & Covid Internet: The Week’s Most Interesting (18.05.2020)

This week was a phenomenon the World was waiting for. India’s measures for the COVID situation meant the global economy would also get a boost and it was the last major economy to announce any measures.There are, for all the options. two definitive ways to come out of an economic crisis. Keynesian economics tells you that theContinue reading “Modi, Antartica, Bezos, Inequality & Covid Internet: The Week’s Most Interesting (18.05.2020)”

Nintendo, Leaders, Dorsey, Radio and Edtech: The Week’s Most Interesting (10.05.2020)

Tsai Ing-Wen, Mette Frederiksen, Silveria Jacobs are some of the less known names. You would rather have heard of Angela Merkel and Jacinda Ardern. What connects these women is that they are the most prominent women leaders of the world. What connects them also is that their respective countries have performed the best in controlling andContinue reading “Nintendo, Leaders, Dorsey, Radio and Edtech: The Week’s Most Interesting (10.05.2020)”

A future Nobel,Democracy, Moore, Ford & Autocrats: The Week’s Most Interesting (03.05.2020)

The World is re-opening because the consumption driven economy is completely stagnant across the world. The next two weeks will remain the most tensely watched in the history of the modern world because for the first time in my opinion, we are taking a bet against evolution. We are putting economic survival first, asking people toContinue reading “A future Nobel,Democracy, Moore, Ford & Autocrats: The Week’s Most Interesting (03.05.2020)”

Gates, Cars, Digital, Culture and Coffee: The Week’s Most Interesting (25/04/2020)

It’s been a week of uncertainty. Across the world, we seem unsure on how to spend the next few weeks fighting COVID. Most of the money, sanctioned for unemployment in America has already been used up, Kurzabeit (similar to furlough but more direct) is showing limited impact on German businesses. The global economy has hitContinue reading “Gates, Cars, Digital, Culture and Coffee: The Week’s Most Interesting (25/04/2020)”