Founder Ritesh Agarwal looks to bulk up ownership in Oyo

Oyo founder, Ritesh Agarwal is in the midst of buying back shares from early investors Sequoia Capital and Lightspeed Venture Partners to bulk up his ownership, said three people familiar with the matter.

Uber’s historic IPO debacle invokes collateral damage

Uber is officially the biggest high-profile market bust up ever| shares already down 17% | Effect being felt by investors shares Uber’s disastrous start is the rockiest IPO debut in a while, now stands 17 percent less than its initial…

OLA: The Serial Offender of Indian Startup Ecosystem

Ola Cabs has added yet another red mark in its long list of violations and controversies when its license to ply in Karnataka was banned for six months by the transport department; and then in a sharp U-turn, Karnataka Government…

Paytm Mall: No ‘cashback’ for investors?

One97 Communication’s Paytm Mall was expected to script an inspiring success story. However, it has only burnt investor time, money and patience. Head Shot: One97 Communications launched Paytm E-commerce Pvt Ltd in 2016 to invest in India’s growing e-commerce space.…

What made Bansal invest in Bhavish’s Ola? | other side of the story DKODED

Is Sachin Bansal pretty late to the party ?  Has Sachin Bansal made an illogical decision by investing in loss making Ola? DKODING Newsline | Feb 26, 2019  HEAD SHOT Sachin Bansal has invested US$ 92 million in Ola through…