Mansi Kapur

Mansi Kapur

Digital Editor


These days, Mansi whizzes between the tech and edit teams, trying to balance content with content management systems. Sometimes the two get confused and writers are told of incomprehensible things like Polopoly, UX, Joomla, and KPIs. Before she went digital, Mansi used to write on everything from banking to liquor, social media to chocolates, and has twice won the Polestar award for journalism. She’s hoping to get back to “serious” writing soon.

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Recent stories by Mansi Kapur:

Hall of fame

The Birla Matoshree gets the vote when it’s AGM time for Fortune India 500 companies.

Good vs. evil

State Bank of India chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya’s relentless battle against NPAs and why that could change banking.


How Reliance Mediaworks, Anil Ambani’s big-ticket venture, has ended up a lead balloon.

Why Chinese investors are wooing India

With almost unlimited funds, and their government’s blessings, Chinese private equity firms are coming to India. Fosun has already set up shop here. Will this change the face of PE?

The future is now

India is the second-largest content uploader in the world, and the third-largest in terms of views. Reason enough why YouTube wants to disrupt the media and entertainment industry here.

The drizzle effect

Greater exposure to global cuisine, growing affluence of the middle class, and health and fitness concerns have brought alive the magic of olives for Indians.

Akshay Kothari's noodle theory

No two ramens are the same LinkedIn India head, Akshay Kothari, learnt that at Stanford. The idea has shaped his work at the tech company.

Satya Rajpurohit: India’s font guy

Satya Rajpurohit ought to have been a doctor. Luckily for font design, he failed those exams. Clearly, there was a different design to his career.

All likes, no clickbait

Adam Mosseri, Facebook’s product head for News Feed, speaks about his company’s relationship with the media and its plans for the Indian market.

Good time to buy Tata stocks?

Tomorrow could be a big day for Tata group companies on the stock markets.

The commerce behind e-commerce

With the big players choosing the marketplace model, sellers are moving in to seize a piece of the action.