The year of virtual travel: the benefits of exploring the world through webcams
The places which are visited virtually, through these predominantly static webcams, are varied, numerous and increasingly popular
Vizag Steel is the story of Andhra Pradesh
The history of the Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, or Vizag Steel, encapsulates the chaotic development of Andhra Pradesh.
The First Amendment will likely protect the anonymity of Redditors who discussed GameStop stock
Experts wonder whether the commission-free investment app Robinhood engaged in improper behavior when it restricted buyers’ ability to purchase GameStop shares, resulting in their subsequent decline.
Going green dramatically benefits businesses + should be central to their coronavirus recovery strategy
Businesses do not have to sacrifice their environmental goals for protecting their growth. Green initiatives like offering green products or services, introducing green processes internally, hiring employees to promote sustainable practices, or going beyond compliance requirements, can actually help firms.
News organizations that want journalists to engage with their audience may be setting them up for abuse
It is difficult for news organizations and journalism scholars to determine the value of audience engagement – not because engagement itself is not worth pursuing, but because the term is so loosely defined and inconsistently implemented.
India's world-class business leaders and their responsibility to India
The CEOs of some of the most powerful multinationals, including Google and Microsoft, are Indian. They can use their power to advocate for a better India. But will they?
Afghanistan has vast mineral wealth but faces steep challenges to tap it
Afghanistan possesses a wealth of nonfuel minerals whose value has been estimated at more than US$1 trillion.
China is financing infrastructure projects around the world – many could harm nature and Indigenous communities
This mammoth effort could generate broad economic growth for the countries involved and the global economy. The World Bank estimates that recipient countries’ gross domestic product could rise by up to 3.4% thanks to Belt and Road financing.