Nag Kandur

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Stop Accumulating Stuff And Start Accumulating Experiences

By James Wallman7 minute Read<p>The most important question you’ll ever ask yourself–even more important than “sneakers or shoes?”, “what’s for dinner …

Minimalism

Facebook buys Whatsapp for $19B: Value and pricing perspectives

This week, I was at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, talking about the difference between price and value. I built the presentation around …

A t-shirt seller becomes e-store enabler for retailers with Zepo.in, gets pricing wrong?

Work-from-home mums and brick-and-mortar retailers who wish to take their businesses online can do so in five minutes flat, at least that is what …

Snapdeal forays into services commerce, launches education marketplace on its portal

Delhi-based Jasper Infotech Pvt Ltd, the company behind the online marketplace Snapdeal.com, has launched an education marketplace on its portal, …

The smart leadership lessons from Facebook's WhatsApp acquisition

Facebook is acquiring WhatsApp, a company with at most $300M revenues, and 55 employees, for $19billion. That's billion - with a "b." An astonishing …

9 Ways to Bond With Your Toddler

Tips, activities and ideas that will help you connect with your toddler<p>Routines and traditions, along with your toddler's diet and environment, can …

Top 10: Douchebag Destinations

November 26, 2015<p>Share<p>Tweet<p>It doesn’t take much to make a douchebag happy. Usually just a steady flow of alcohol, a bevy of uninhibited women and a never-ending drone of loud, obnoxious music will do the trick.<p>While you can certainly find alcohol, women and loud music all over the world, there are …

So Good They Can’t Ignore You

Excerpt<p>There is, however, a problem lurking here: When you look past the feel-good slogans and go deeper into the details of how passionate people …