No quick fixes

The rupee declined sharply against the US dollar during intraday trading on July 5 and neither the central bank nor the federal...

What does Babar Ali want to do with IGI Holdings?

It is practically an axiom in the world of corporate strategy: if you consolidate several separate businesses under a single holding company,...

Third time lucky

After getting a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Fast University, Khurram Samad decided to use his skills and the best technology available...

Nearly 48% of Pakistan’s electricity came from non-carbon-based sources in August 2019

It appears to be a contradiction, but it is true nonetheless: in August 2019, nearly half of Pakistan’s electricity came from sources...

How to save Rs 450,000 annually

Mehwish Nadeem, a 35-year old housewife and home-based fashion designer, has recently found the ultimate way to save bucks on outings, dine-outs...

Will KIA be third time Lucky?

“You could have a Kia Classic, which was just a little below Honda City in terms of performance, in the price of...

How to fix the Pakistani economy: Dr Akmal Hussain

The key determinant of long-term economic growth of the country is the depth and range of innovations that take place within that society

Atif Mian’s advice for the State Bank: explained

Pakistani-American economist and Princeton University Professor Atif Mian took to Twitter on Monday, January 20, in effect, critiquing the way central banking...

Bramerz-The unique story of losing satisfied customers and then fighting back

The digital ad spend of Pakistan is almost $15 to $20 million at present and it is expected to grow by at...

EO, entrepreneurs ‘special tea club’

Why is arguably Pakistan's second largest body after APTMA so disconnected from the outside world

Yusuf H Shirazi: A titan rests at last

In 1963, Yusuf H Shirazi was striking out, and everyone was telling him it was a bad idea. Here was a man...

The rupee is falling. Let it crash

Why letting the currency exchange rate fall may help fix some (but not all) of the structural flaws in the economy

PSL: Good cricket but bad business

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is said to be raking in somewhere around Rs1.7 billion annually in revenue through its flagship event,...

Could locally produced cheese make a dent on Pakistan’s imports?

You hear it everywhere. We have too many imports and too few exports. How can a country be expected to progress when...

Global MBA rankings: a Pakistani perspective

Profit’s inaugural guide for Pakistani professionals and students looking to launch a global career with a foreign MBA