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Silicon Valley's' Kumail Nanjiani on Never Playing It Safe

In its fourth season on HBO, the actor from the hit series 'Silicon Valley' talks about being okay with failure, his hatred for the phrase 'grilled to perfection' and four business ideas for founders.

Dan Bova

Are Silicon Valley Nerds the New Hollywood Superstars?

Check out some of the tech world's better halves, from Hollywood A-list actresses to Victoria Secret models.

What It Takes To Become A Company's Innovation Officer

Tata Trusts' Manoj Kumar said innovation officers' role is to keep companies updated and make customers understand their relevance in today's hyper-competitive environment.

Sneha Banerjee

#7 Reasons Why Start-ups Fail

An example of a start-up that was considered ahead of its time, but ultimately failed miserably was Webvan.

Asoke K. Laha

Hey Juicero, Erlich Bachman Just Called and Wants to Invest

After raising $120 million, the $400 internet-connected juicer is as farcical as an entire season of 'Silicon Valley.'

Gene Marks

How Tech Entrepreneurs Can Excel Outside Silicon Valley

During Dallas Startup Week, we asked local entrepreneurs how they make the most of their local community and what advice they have for others.

Productive Partnerships: How a 'David' Can Partner With 'Goliath'

There's no amount of online research or guessing that can compare to good old-fashioned paying attention and putting someone else's interests first.

PM Modi to envisage 'New Age India' for Entrepreneurs at Global Business Summit

GBS is expected to attract global visionaries, thinkers and business leaders from 20 countries.

India's Unified Tax To Become Reality, #5 Must Knows For Entrepreneurs

Rates for diverse goods and services will be fixed under four categories - 5, 12, 18 and 28 per cent.

Aashika Jain

Hyderabad Touted To Be The Next Silicon Valley of India

The second leading IT capital of the country has already advanced the race with Bengalure with hosting the headquarters of biggies like Microsoft, Facebook and Google.

Sunil Pol

Theranos: The House of Cards That Elizabeth Holmes Built

Thirteen years, a thousand employees, $700 million of venture capital, 40 wellness centers. Six million blood tests. Zero revenue. This is how it happened.

Steve Tobak

Why Indian Startups Want to Bring Silicon Valley's Social Media Culture in India?

Social media is changing everything about the way we interact with each other and how we spend our time alone at leisure.

Govinda Giri