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Israeli startup expert eyes India

As the co-founder of a leading venture capital company, Chemi Peres is open to investing in Asian countries. But he does not rule out a totally different role for himself: that of a politician, like his late father.

By Hindol Sengupta

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Mahindra steers SsangYong out of trouble

The South Korean automaker has come a long way in just six years. Losses have made way for profits, sales are at a decade high, and the company is looking beyond its home turf.

By Pavan Lall

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IOC steps on the gas

The dip in oil prices was the opportunity the country’s largest refiner-retailer was waiting for. It is making the most of it by striking deals overseas and consolidating its position.

By Ashish Gupta

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The fresh prince of Shell India

No one younger has been picked to lead a top energy company in India than Nitin Prasad. His goal: To steer the Anglo-Dutch giant beyond oil and gas into new frontiers like technology and biofuels.

By Debabrata Das

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Mapping the mind

He builds artificial intelligence. She turned his passion into a business. Even if that meant slugging it out with the biggest tech companies.

By Sumil Sudhakaran

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