Responsible ISAs which typically require zero upfront cost, repayment only if and when the graduate lands a job earning a sizeable income offer unprecedented financial freedom because they eliminate cost as a barrier to entry, said Austen Allred.
Banerjee speaks on tax cuts for the rich, AI and the future of jobs, bad politics, and many other things.
Netherlands' minister for Foreign Trade and Development, Sigrid Kaag talks to ET about her country's plans for leveraging Indo-Dutch relations for the greater good and trade plans - including major partnerships in major cities of the subcontinent.
"Today, ZEE is clearly the largest entertainment network with a market share of 18.5% in the first half of the fiscal. This journey started in the first quarter of FY'18, when we further strengthened our position as a leader," Misra said.
Aaditya also sheds light on what are his plans for his assembly constituency Worli if he wins.
The debates are very helpful to increase national name recognition — which really is what polls are measuring — and convey my positions: Tulsi Gabbard
CBDT chairman says the centralised process will improve “the quality of assessments”.
Today we need more money in the hands of corporates if investment must pick up: Rajnish Kumar
He said his bank, which is back in the black, is expected to remain profitable before its merger with Punjab National Bank and Oriental Bank of Commerce.
In an interview Sarda, Smartworks founder discusses the co-working opportunity, current trends and future plans.
There are some things that exceeded expectations. The client centricity, the fact that clients love the brand.
Skills which were relevant twelve to eighteen months ago are not relevant now - the bottom line is that change is going to be constant, says Chaitanya Sreenivas, HR head, IBM India.
Paswan talks about the new Consumer Protection Act and the elimination of single-use plastic.
Fraudsters are coming in through malware, SIM swap, exploiting loopholes in the systems.
YouTube is a powerful platform, and in India people use it to teach themselves new skills, he said.
The move to cut corporate tax will embolden Indian companies to get into the global supply chains of several sectors.
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