Week Wrap Up: From the Tweet Dangal to Funding Jungle, Here's What Happened Through the Week
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Who’s the king of Twitter? Well, it’s neither Elon Musk nor Jack Dorsey but our very own Anand Mahindra. The serial entrepreneur once again won over the Tweeple with his “shocking” reply to a user who asked about the Battista hyper car’s mileage.
The Sad Demise
Adobe Shockwave, the software we installed in our PCs to run interactive applications, will soon be a thing of the past. After having topped the popularity for the past two decades, Shockwave will be brought down by Adobe on April 9.
It all starts with being well-prepared. One should study the topic thoroughly and know his or her subject well. In-depth knowledge and deep understanding will help the presenter win the confidence of the spectators.
Uber is finally ready to settle the long-running battle with drivers, at a huge price though. Ahead of the anticipated IPO, the ride-hailing giant has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a lawsuit.
MSwipe, a Mumbai-based mobile POS startup, has taken another swipe at funding. The company has raised $ 31.5 million in series E round of funding.
Flipkart top brass is gradually joining the investor bandwagon. After Binny Bansal and Sachil Bansal, Kalyan Krishnamurthy invests in B2B industrial goods e-commerce start-up Moglix.Here's the "news that entrepreneurs can use". Know what's trending in the Indian business world in 80 seconds.