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Business Lessons To Learn From The Conversation Between Indra Nooyi and Doug McMillon

We often talk about commencement speeches which are motivational and/or inspirational. Today we would love to share with you a fantastic conversation between Indra Nooyi (PepsiCo Chairman and CEO) & Doug McMillon (Walmart President and CEO) arranged at Stanford Graduate School of Business (Website: https://www.gsb.stanford.edu)for their MBA students. Though it is an arranged conversation for the MBA students, you will ... Read More »

The Adventures of Tintin | Movie Review

While the two biggest Hollywood production houses have been competing to re-create the animated world of D.C. comics and Marvel Comics in a series of films featuring Spiderman, Superman, Batman, Avengers, and counting, this genre appears to have regained the popularity it enjoyed with children when television was still a new kid on the block and print media was all-powerful. ... Read More »

Asura: Tale of The Vanquished by Anand Neelakantan | Book Reviews

Asura - Tale Of The Vnquished : The Story Of Ravana and His People

Everyone have his/her own perspective when looking at any event or thing. It is the well known fact that different people have different version of the same incident they all are associated with altogether. And, winners always write the history. That’s why only positive sides of the winners are explored more. And wit the passing time the salt and pepper ... Read More »

The Man in the High Castle | Introduction to Amazon Original TV Series

What do you think about the following idea: The World War II was ended quite differently. It was won by the Axis Powers! (You know this is a famous concept and there is an article on this hypothetical concept on Wikipedia – you can read it at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothetical_Axis_victory_in_World_War_II). And now the United states is partitioned into 3 partsL Japanese Pacific ... Read More »

Lessons to learn from Jodi Picoult’s commencement speech at Princeton

Jodi Lynn Picoult is an American author. Born on May 19, 1966 Jodi bagged the New England Bookseller Award for fiction in 2003.Many of her creations are adapted into Television and even feature film. It is considered that Picoult currently has approximately 14 million copies of her books in print worldwide. Jodi was invited to deliver 2016 Class Day Address ... Read More »