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Ajit Balakrishnan: The internet's next step

The step forward in marketing could be a move to bypass the media and towards owning it directly

Ajit Balakrishnan: Time to grow again?

Growth in the United States might end the long period of economic malaise that has afflicted the world since 2007

Ajit Balakrishnan: The right to be forgotten

On the new dimensions in the battle for online privacy

Ajit Balakrishnan: The other e-commerce

Indians are ecstatically buying mobile phones, apparel, and innumerable other goods and services online at knock-down prices. The first stage of e-commerce, in which wholesalers are disintermediated and retailers swarm to buy their supplies online, ...

Ajit Balakrishnan: And the winner is ...

In recent years, there has been an explosion in the number of prizes being awarded in various fields. Take, for instance, the film industry, where the number of awards handed out every year far exceeds the number of films produced: about 3,000 ...

Ajit Balakrishnan: Don't leave finance to the financiers

American banks started giving housing loans to low-income American households, a move welcomed by socially minded people

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