Management gurus, economists and chief executives have long debated what the main purpose of a company should be.
Climate change is the result of an ever-increasing demand for energy, states Sunita Narain, director-general of the New Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment.
Quantum computing will herald a new age where new drugs and battery materials can be discovered much faster, and more accurate artificial intelligence models will detect fraud.
The writer says the media should be seen as an "ally" in the democratic and development journey.
Europe is at best divided on the question of confronting its dark colonial history, prompting one to question its sincerity towards human rights and international order.
The writer says the Russian invasion is fast becoming a matter of life and death for vulnerable people around the world.
The writer suggests that perhaps a policy of non-alignment would be the most effective way of ending the Ukraine war.
Meta on Thursday suffered the largest one-day loss in US stock market history, following an unexpectedly sour report of fourth-quarter earnings.
It was not long ago, before the internet era, that the press could claim its place as the fourth pillar of democracy.
The coalminers are back making tons of money, importers are getting their supplies and Indonesia is spared from a potential energy crisis. But is this really a win-win solution?