Welcome to ‘peak decade,’ from globalization to central banks
Ian Bremmer, founder of Eurasia Group, describes this year as a “tipping point.”
Half of world economy dependent on nature: WEF study
Releasing the Nature Risk Rising Report ahead of its 50th Annual Meeting, the World Econ...
UK plans Brexit celebrations but warns businesses may suffer
“There will not be alignment, we will not be a rule-taker, we will not be in the...
Commerce minister Piyush Goyal to lead Indian delegation to WEF 2020 in Davos
Goyal will also participate in an informal WTO Ministerial gathering being held in Davos during this period, the commerce ministry said in a statement. The union minister will hold bilateral meetings with ministers of Australia, South Africa, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, Korea and Singapore.
Meet the Bengali refugees who now dominate businesses, farms in Chhattisgarh's tribal belt
They control three commercial hubs in and around Pakhanjore, a town in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh.
Jet Airways to sell Netherlands business to KLM
Once India's biggest private carrier, Jet stopped flying in April after running out of cash, leaving thousands without jobs and pushing up air fares across the country. Shares of Jet Airways were trading 4.92 per cent lower than their previous close on BSE at Rs 45.40 apiece.
Clarivate buys Piramal's healthcare analytics business for $950 million
With this acquisition, the over $5 billion Clarivate is expected to be well positioned in the $19 billion Life Sciences analytics market, which is enjoying double-digit growth, to support customers across the entire drug, device and medical technology lifecycle from research to outcome.
Imerys to buy CK Birla co’s thermal insulation business
French multinational company Imerys Group has agreed to buy thermal insulation business from CK Birla Group-controlled Hyderabad Industries Limited and the agreements have been signed. The transaction will be part of HIL’s strategy to divest its non-core assets and focus on core building and infrastructure business.
Global talent crunch hits record high, 54% companies globally face talent shortage
According to the research, 54 per cent of companies reported skill shortages with businesses in 36 out of 44 countries finding it more difficult to attract skilled talent than in 2018. Employers in the US (69 per cent), Mexico (52 per cent), Italy (47 per cent) and Spain (41 per cent) reported the most acute shortages.
India top-most country for presence of social entrepreneurs: Study
It provides exposure, capacity building and a trusting community of social-change leaders within the World Economic Forum. It now represents 384 late-stage social innovators operating in more than 190 countries worldwide.
Dalio, Dimon and 117 other billionaires set to descend on Davos
The event retains its enduring status as the premier networking hub for the world’s wealthiest
Talk like an American: Business of accent training
A sharp uptick in business dealings with American clients is driving growth in the business of accent training. The demand for US accenttrained corporate employees has been high since 2017, says Salman Ansari, CEO of Talent Resourze, a company that provides accent training. Demand has been growing at 15% for the last two years, according to Ansari.
Paytm plans to scale up its online lending business
It has recently launched All-in-One QR for merchants across the country to accept unlimited payments through Paytm Wallet, Rupay Cards and all UPI based payment apps directly into their bank account free of cost.
Traveller's diary: Turkey's culture taught Moglix CEO business lessons
Rahul Garg shared how last year's Istanbul trip has inspired him.
Tata Metaliks had a stellar Q3 show in pig iron business: MD
The pig iron performance has been stellar, and the overall increase in profitability has almost doubled.
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