What’s worth reading | Shreyas Recommends (Week 15 : July 13 – July 20)
After a break for a week, we are back with the 15th edition of our weekly series on InsideIIM, where PwC Consultant Shreyas Panse curates a list that is the best from across the web that industry professionals and current students must read.
Upset with Indian government? There are worse ones out there
Amazon’s plans in India: basically, sell to everyone and kill the competition
“Poor battery” is the most persistent complaint among smartphone users, and it is unlikely to be addressed soon
Something everyone can agree with: More IITs are a bad idea
What the world will look like in 2025
Valid question: are VCs investing in wrong start-ups?
Think you can beat the market? Think again
MH17 crash points to a world riskier than may have been imagined. It should ideally not dissuade you from flying Malaysia Airlines though. Especially since the recent two incidents were the first for the airline since 1995!
Harry Potter fans: Hermione is the real hero of magic world
We should put all our money into this solution to the airport security problem
Financial literacy test: for 15-year olds
An algorithm that predicts what’s the next big thing in popular music
That time when USA and NASA were planning to detonate nuclear bomb on the Moon
Chinese economy just doesn’t seem to slow down for a prolonged time
Watch: A wonderful and enlightening documentary on Aaron Swartz: “The Internet’s Own Boy”
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