David Bornstein

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Huge traffic jams tie up the streets in New Delhi, India. Ravi Choudhary/Hindustan Times, via Getty Images

Nine years ago, Piyush Tewari was managing operations in India for a Los Angeles-based private equity firm when tragedy struck his family. While returning home from school in Delhi, Tewari’s cousin Shivam, 16, was hit by a speeding jeep. The driver abandoned the scene. Shivam, badly injured, managed to pull himself to the side of the road. He asked strangers for assistance. “Hundreds of people must have passed by him in the 30 minutes he was there,” said Tewari. “But no one helped. He bled to death in full public view on the side of the road.”

Tewari was so disturbed he left his job.…  Seguir leyendo »