Social entrepreneur John Bird talks about how he produced a street paper that the homeless could sell and out of that created a social business
JX Group’s David Nash talks about what made him give up the status and security of a Western corporation for the uncertainty of a newly-formed, Far Eastern, international oil and gas business
A business is simply people creating something to make a difference in the world, says Sir Richard Branson
A much heralded meeting between Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari and newly reinstalled Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh took place a few days ago on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit in Yekaterinburg in Russia.
In the week of the World Economic Forum Rani Singh talks to Angel Gurría, head of the OECD, who has sharp words on capitalist ‘schizophrenia’ and a coded warning for Gordon
OECD secretary-general Angel Gurr'a tells Forbes India that though the slowdown in India is partly due to the euro zone crisis, better regulation in three key areas could help boost growth
‘You cannot wait until the Israeli Palestinian conflict is resolved or the Kashmir conflict is resolved before you begin discussions.’
The journey of a small town girl from Italy who has become one of the most influential people in the world
Eurozone can be rescued but needs political will: Vince Cable, British Secretary of State for Business
HIGH in the Himalayan mountains in Nepal, five miles from the Tibetan border at 7,000ft, 88-year-old Pasang Lama sits outside a ramshackle hut.
2012 Olympic cauldron designer, Thomas Heatherwick spoke to Forbes India about the concept that represented the extraordinary transitory togetherness of an Olympic Games
The CEO of the organising committee of the London Olympics, Paul Deighton, says that the Games are all about community bonding
Steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal, who has set up the Mittal Champions Trust to nurture medal hopefuls, tells Forbes India that athletes have to position themselves for victory
Tennis star-turned businessman Boris Becker tells Rani Singh that to become the very best in your chosen profession, you have to cross your own limit