All stories by Itika Sharma Punit
Flipkart builds its top management differentlyRediff.com26 Dec 2014
The company has seniors in their 20s and 50s, chosen for willingness to both learn and unlearn swiftly.
Why IT firms should treat HCL's Q3 results as an alarm bellRediff.com25 Dec 2014
HCL Technologies has to fine-tune strategies to improve performance in the March quarter.
Sikka shares his 5-point success mantra with Infosys staffRediff.com25 Dec 2014
If each one of us puts our minds to it, 2015 will be a year to remember, he said
How to have a holiday free from cyber threatRediff.com22 Dec 2014
For a little over two weeks, a group called 'Guardians of Peace' released a new bit of leaked information about Sony almost every day.
Zomata co-founder on why it's imp to tap newer marketsRediff.com20 Dec 2014
Google of food, Zomato is keen to do more acquisitions in 2015.
Jungle Ventures, Google's Anandan may invest in startup firm AppknoxRediff.com3 Dec 2014
Mobile application vulnerability detection start-up, Appknox is in talks to raise funds from Singapore-based Jungle Ventures, along with a slew of angel investors including Google India head Rajan Anandan.
Flipkart plans to depend on experimentation and learningRediff.com30 Nov 2014
Rejig likely every few years to make company flexible to the changing needs of business
Zoho looks to compete with Microsoft, Google in IndiaRediff.com20 Nov 2014
In the US, Zoho gets close to 80 per cent of its revenue from small companies, while the remaining comes from large ones.
How an IT firm is helping worried parentsRediff.com19 Nov 2014
Bengaluru-based NorthStar uses Internet of Things platform to monitor school buses, facilitate disaster prevention & better emergency management.
World's largest tech fair at Bengaluru, Sikka to skip meetRediff.com12 Nov 2014
The event, organised by Deutsche Messe AG, is held each year at the Hanover fairground, the world's largest, in Hanover, Germany.
Indians still flock to e-tailers despite several glitchesRediff.com12 Nov 2014
On Tuesday, while several consumers took to social media to share their grievances about the Snapdeal site crash, many others said they visited the website to either compare prices or for window shopping.
CEO explains why Cognizant is going slow on large buysRediff.com6 Nov 2014
Rajeev Mehta, chief executive officer for IT services, explains to Business Standard that the company was faced with some client-specific issues, which led to this.
Traditional retail staffers rush to join online bandwagonRediff.com5 Nov 2014
12,000: Number of people Flipkart plans to hire in FY15.
Indian flavours soon in LinkedIn productsRediff.com4 Nov 2014
India has the second-largest user base for LinkedIn after the US. The US-based company, which has over eight per cent of its global user base of 332 million from India, is looking at expanding its product development team in the country, Michael Korcuska, vice-president of product management at LinkedIn told Business Standard.
Lounge, play games and binge at the dhaba in InMobi's office!Rediff.com3 Nov 2014
Walking around InMobi's office, it is hard not to compare what you see here with the images one has seen of Google's global offices.
How 2 IIT-ians built a $1 billion company in 3 yearsRediff.com3 Nov 2014
OlaCabs' hyper-growth and an ambitious plan to expand to 100 cities by the end of 2015 are perhaps what attracted Japan's richest man, Masayoshi Son, chairman of telecom and media group SoftBank Corp, to announce an investment of $210 million (around Rs 1,260 crore) in the company.
After Infosys & Wipro, more IT cos invest in start-upsRediff.com14 Oct 2014
A company with a size exceeding $1 billion finds it really hard to innovate.
All eyes on Infosys Q2 results, Sikka's new growth strategyRediff.com9 Oct 2014
Infosys has been struggling to revive high growth for two years.
Lost your Yahoo! job? So what?Rediff.com9 Oct 2014
Indian start-ups are waiting to spread red carpet for engineers to be laid off.
Flipkart claims $100-mn sales clocked in 10 hoursRediff.com7 Oct 2014
Buyers complain about server errors, allege discounts were 'not real'.