Article examines the success of Indian CEOs at the head of Fortune 500 companies. Opening example includes brothers who attribute their success, in part, to their itinerant upbringing as children of an Indian general. Also discusses "jugaad", Hindi term for improvising and making the best of limited resources.
A set of studies look at homophily effects around personal appearance. Researchers find evidence that people with similarities in terms of hair length, glasses wearing and other behaviors are more likely to sit together.