Barclays to be first UK bank to accept bitcoin
Apart from not wanting to be left out, Barclays has also seen bitcoin's potential to lower infrastructure costs, in he process becoming the first UK high street bank to accept bitcoins later this year
What's in a name? The threat remains the same
Ohioans are irate at President Obama for changing the name of the highest peak in the US from Mt McKinley to Denali – but the real issue is the alarming rate of glacier melt in the Arctic, reports Jagdeep Worah
ONGC, partners to invest $24 bn in Mozambique gas field: report
ONGC will collect gas from the gas field at an onshore facility for converting it to LNG before shipping it to consumption centres
 
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Interviews
  Grabbing the digital era by its horns
  Sameer Pitalwalla, CEO and co-founder of Culture Machine, talks to Swetha Amit about revolutionising the digital media space
  Five charts that demystify the Chinese housing market
  There are reasons to worry about the Chinese housing market, but they may not be the reasons you expect, say researchers at Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania and Peking University who have built housing-price indices covering 120 major Chinese cities from 2003 to 2013 and analysed detailed information on mortgage borrowers
  The art of creating value and wealth
  Sanjay Kulkarni, director, Tranzmute Capital and Management and partner, Seven Capital Ventures tells Swetha Amit what it takes for investors to create value in both business and management
  Unshackling infrastructure industry from the working capital plight
  Chronic delays have spiraled infrastructure companies into working capital cycles, which are among the longest in the world, putting pressure on cash flows leading to higher debt and lower returns, say Vector Consulting Group's Satyashri Mohanty, director, and Dr Shelja Jose Kuruvilla, research head
  Ronnie Screwvala: Looking back at the road less travelled
  Ronnie Screwvala, founder of UTV group, Unilazer Ventures and Swades Foundation, talks to Swetha Amit about his roller coaster journey of entrepreneurship
  India has opportunity for 'big bang' economic reform, says US expert
  ''Make In India'' goals of manufacturing reaching 25 per cent of gross domestic product and creating 100 million new jobs by 2022 are worthwhile for inspirational purposes but do not appear to be realistic, says Russel Green, who served as the US Treasury's first financial attaché to India from 2008 to 2011
  A contemporary avatar of The Ramayana
  Amish Tripathi, former banker turned author, talks to Swetha Amit about his first book of the Ram Chandra Series
  A Yale economist's take on the Greek debt crisis
  Greece and its European creditors are struggling to agree on new bailout terms to prevent a complete collapse of the Greek economy If no agreement is reached by July 20, Greece will default on a $3.9 billion bond repayment to the European Central Bank (ECB), which could force the cash-strapped nation to begin printing its own national currency. By Michael Cummings
  'Make in India', what an idea !
  Vivek Agnihotri, retired IAS officer is a former secretary-general, Rajya Sabha, Parliament of India, recalls Arun Shourie's initiative in 1999 to generate ideas towards "make in India"
  SRK: The commoner who became king
  Koral Dasgupta, academic, management consultant and content editor, talks to Swetha Amit about the brand called Shahrukh Khan and his strong connect with consumer behaviour
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