Only four equity ETFs have been launched, and their market volumes have been dismal
In the New York Times Bestseller “The Four” by Professor Scott Galloway of the NYU Stern School of Business, the trillion-dollar valuation...
If the government hears PAAPAM out, their automotive model can work for Public sector bodies and corporations
Can shortsighted governments deliver the one-step economic reform agenda Pakistan needs for the long term: Eradicate monopolies and cartels, in both, the public and private sector?
Privatization or legislation, we must address the root of the problem
Fixing one problem causes three more
Technology must be on the forefront of how we choose to deal with this problem
For all of the good it has done, the 18th amendment has not been properly utilized and implemented by the provinces, particularly in the case of taxation and labour welfare
The city’s decline may have much to do with a lack of political ownership, but the situation cannot be allowed to continue. The way out is for the business community to step up with a common agenda
If you’re white and your career isn’t going anywhere, Pakistan is your second lease on life
As we say goodbye to the year, we will remember it mainly for the massive disruption it brought.
Coal may be the dirtiest fuel, but there exist several viable options to continue using indigenous coal while reducing carbon emissions
It is time to recognise that access to the internet being equitable is good for business
In the process of solving old problems, we cannot afford to create new ones
Recently, I had an opportunity to read Profit Issue #113 and the cover story ‘The discriminatory hiring practices of Islamic Banks: Is...