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Just as the industry was poised to soar, e-scooter makers will have to work fast to win back consumer confidence.
How did so many people dupe themselves into thinking that Paytm was a sure bet? Not paying attention to some basic rules of how to value a fintech company, or any company, did them in.
Analysts believe that Paytm's problems were masked by promoter and banker-driven hype.
Company whistleblowers, critics, and those familiar with the inside workings of Meta say that Facebook's sensation-seeking, hate-speech nurturing algorithms are ripping apart the fabric of many developing countries, especially India.
The answer may lie beyond pandemic impacts and a willingness to spend, especially if the rideshare company wants to reach its goal of manufacturing millions of electric vehicles overnight.
Time will tell whether the decision determines Amazon's place in Indian retail and Reliance's ability to seal its position as the undisputed retail heavyweight champion.