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Brewing for the world: TATA via Starbucks | founderINDIA

Tata Coffee Ltd. divided their 8,000-hectare plantation into 800 micro-blocks making it 10 hectares per block in order to produce high quality coffee.

Life after death on digital media | founderINDIA

The online death of an individual is now taken care of by technology of the digital media platform. There are procedures where tweets or posts are made on behalf of us or we leave our digital legacy to our families. As disturbing as it is, is technology changing our approach to death?

Supreme court not happy with Government’s plan of a Social Media Hub

IB Ministry’s “Social Media Hub” will be available in many Indian languages like English, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Punjabi; to track real-time online data of citizen’s.

Chinese bike rental giant Ofo shuts down; Indian Startups growing steadily

While Ofo shuts down its operations just after few months of launch, Indian startups are growing steadily with intelligent strategies and better understanding of the sector. Localisation is the key.

HTC quits Indian smartphone market amidst severe competition | founderINDIA

Planning to quit: HTC has less than a 1% share in India. 95% of the premium smartphone market is dominated by Apple, Samsung and OnePlus.

What riders Like and Dislike about Ola Cabs

India’s leading cab aggregators Ola and Uber have always been in a cut-throat competition. While Uber has made its mark internationally, Ola has been a revolution in India. In recent reports, Ola has started making money on each cab ride and expects to be profitable by the year end.

No, FirstWall is not the biggest Indian platform for video sharing | founderINDIA

Campaign against FakeNews in Business Media. Half-cooked, malicious, and biased stories lead to a serious crisis for business. FakeBizNews