Suveen Sinha

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Business Families and their UGLY succession battles

Business Families and their UGLY succession battles

Rediff.com31 Dec 2021

The world is full of family businesses that withered away with the passing of generations, creating much bitterness and ill will. Entire clans that used to be household names have become pale shadows of their once-mighty empires.

Will Brands Warm Up To Captain Rohit?

Will Brands Warm Up To Captain Rohit?

Rediff.com18 Dec 2021

The studies that put Virat Kohli as the top brand now do not have Rohit Sharma in the Top 10. That will change quickly if he delivers the T20 World Cup next year or the ODI championship the year after.

Is IPL the Saviour of Test cricket?

Is IPL the Saviour of Test cricket?

Rediff.com11 Sep 2021

The IPL, by giving a large pool of Indian talent the opportunity to compete with the best international players, has also come to be seen as the cauldron that spews out the most exciting talent for not only the shortest format but also the longest and the one in between, says Suveen Sinha.

Amazon adds 180,000 items for India every day!

Amazon adds 180,000 items for India every day!

Rediff.com5 May 2017

Amit Agarwal tells Suveen Sinha about how he implements an American entrepreneur's vision in a very Indian way.

The saga of an FB post gone horribly wrong

The saga of an FB post gone horribly wrong

Rediff.com27 Mar 2017

Of all the tremors to rock the start-up world of late -- Snapdeal's layoffs, Stayzilla's shutting down, Flipkart's frequent devaluations -- nothing will match the rumble at ShopClues for poignancy.

The new avatars of India's best known entrepreneurs

The new avatars of India's best known entrepreneurs

Rediff.com20 Mar 2017

Suveen Sinha finds out what the tribe of modern, internet entrepreneurs who no longer run their first start-ups are up to.

Behind Voda-Idea merger looms Ambani

Behind Voda-Idea merger looms Ambani

Rediff.com13 Feb 2017

Every service provider, say analysts, now needs to make a much larger investment, and therefore needs a much larger share of the market to be profitable.