What’s worth reading | Shreyas Recommends (Week 16 : July 21 – July 28)

InsideIIM and PwC Consultant Shreyas Panse are back with the 16th edition of our weekly series on InsideIIM, where Shreyas curates a list that is the best  from across the web that industry professionals and current students must read.


(A technology-heavy edition this one) 

–    After Earth and Mars, Google is collecting information on human anatomy

–     Malaysia Airlines is facing branding turbulenceIt might even have to go bust to rise back again.

–     All these air accidents have led to more interest in air insurance though

–     Circular economy: desirable but not so straightforward

–     It’s about time that Microsoft split up

–     A Pune-based start-up that is looking to simplify hailing an auto-rickshaw

–     Is there any competition left in web searching?

–     I learned that there’s a women’s edition of Tour de France

–     The Pen is dead, long live the Pen

–     The correlation between CEO pay and company stock performance: none

–     The story of underwater internet

–     Smartphones, Smart Cities, Smart Garbage

–     A shipwreck that boosted an economy

–     Damn it, Autocorrect!

–     BRICS rise is over. Maybe.

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Shreyas is a Delhi-based Consultant working with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He blogs at shreyasp.wordpress.com. He is an alumnus of IIM Indore. Follow him on InsideIIM at shreyasp.insideiim.com

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