NEW DELHI, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Indian real estate developer DLF Ltd (DLF.BO: Quote, Profile, Research) reported a quarterly consolidated net profit of 21.45 billion rupees ($544.4 million) on Wednesday, and said growth would remain robust on strong demand.
Thursday, January 31, 2008
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 7:58 AM
Wednesday, January 30, 2008
Entrepreneurial Success According to Paul Graham and Madeline Albright - VentureBlog
The best entrepreneurs were open minded and had good judgment. He contrasted that with failed entrepreneurs who were stubborn and had bad judgment. Paul stated that while having bad judgment could be a handicap for an entrepreneur, if you had both bad judgment and were stubborn, you would necessarily fail. I suppose in Graham's parlance, the President that Madeline Albright is looking for would be confident but open minded.
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 6:22 AM
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
Morgan Stanley Reclassifies Assets, Receives Subpoenas on Subprime Debt - WSJ.com
Morgan Stanley also said in its SEC filing that during the fourth quarter ended Nov. 30, it reclassified $7 billion worth of funded assets and $279 million of net derivative contracts to Level 3 from Level 2. The reclassifications were "primarily related to the continued market and liquidity deterioration in the mortgage markets," the company said.
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 9:52 AM
12 Indian-origin persons in Forbes' Midas 100 list
12 Indian-origin persons in Forbes' Midas 100 list.
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 9:29 AM
Monday, January 28, 2008
#1 L. John Doerr - Forbes.com
#1 L. John Doerr
01.24.08, 6:00 PM ET
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
2007 Rank: 2
Mentor and money man to founders of Google, Amazon, Intuit, Sun Microsystems. Determined to win war against global warming. In his arsenal: Amyris (biofuels and malaria drugs); Bloom Energy (solid oxide fuel cells); Miasole (solar panels). Backs companies related to other nightmare scenarios: avian flu, bioterrorism. Wants people to see green tech as savvy venture strategy, not granola: "We are raging capitalists." An avid politico, has campaigned on behalf of education reform, stem cell research. Made best friend Al Gore a KPCB partne
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 10:57 AM
Sunday, January 27, 2008
Impact of a Possible U.S. Recession in India - Harvard Business Online's Conversation Starter
Impact of a Possible U.S. Recession in India
In summary, at the macro-level, a recession in the U.S. may bring down GDP growth, but not by much. At the micro-level, specific sectors could be affected. Innovation now may prove to be the engine for growth when the next boom occurs.
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 1:02 PM
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
Tuesday, January 22, 2008
Pitching a VC -- The Basics Revisited - VentureBlog
5. Business Model
Fundamentals for a venture capital
Posted by Vijaychandran Veerachandran at 7:31 AM