How digitisation provides new business opportunities for technology providers in healthcare
Mapping and moving clinical data have always been challenging. Nudged by the Hi-Tech Act in 2010 that forced US medical records to get digitised, this is now a global trend across Europe and pockets of Asia, throwing open new business opportunities for tech providers. “90% of data in the US is now sitting in software systems.” says Jaddish Moorjani.
Vodafone CEO Nick Read says remarks on Indian joint venture distorted, apologises to government
The letter was written after govt officials expressed displeasure over the tone and tenor of Read’s comments.
Ease of doing business, not sops attracts investors: PM Modi
Inaugurating a two-day event here to attract investment to Himachal Pradesh, PM Modi pitched for competition among the states on ease of doing business instead of offering "charity" through such incentives. He said all states and districts in the country have a role in India's effort to become a five trillion dollar economy by 2025.
BPCL privatisation: Pradhan says no role of govt in business; competition to benefit consumers
"The role of the government should be to create policy framework guarantees "affordability, accessibility, sustainability and security" of fuel to consumers. When Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) says the government has no business to be in business, it is not a slogan. It is a philosophy," Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said.
KEC International bags new orders of Rs 2,255 cr
In its urban transportation business, the company bagged an order of Rs 853 crore for the construction of elevated viaduct along with 10 stations of the Delhi Metro Phase IV project, from Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC).
Assam industry minister interacts with members of the Malaysia India Business Council
Patwary hoped that with the visit of the Malaysian delegation, potentialities for a closer relationship shall blossom fully in the future. He highlighted the strengths and opportunities of the State and called upon the Malaysian delegation to invest in sectors like tea, hydrocarbons, transportation, food processing, bamboo, agar and infrastructure and skill development.
Most family businesses in India have no planned succession: Survey
However, As per the findings of a study by Indian School of Business (ISB)'s Thomas Schmidheiny Centre for Family Enterprise, which surveyed 53 family businesses in India, the challenges of retirement and succession are not limited to India.
Raymond demerger may help unlock value, lift valuation multiples
The demerger also suggests that the relatively new business of real estate is doing sufficiently well to sustain itself.
Droom acquires Xeraphin to bolster fintech credit business
The Sandeep Aggarwal-led auto services company has paid an estimated $3-$3.5 million to acquire the Delhi-based NBFC, which is expected to drive loan disbursals for purchasing pre-owned vehicles, and provide dealer financing under the Droom Credit business unit.
Microsoft rolls out new cloud tool for analysing business data
The Azure Synapse system is part of the company's fast-growing cloud computing unit, which has driven the company's shares up over the past five years. The tool is meant to help companies build out systems that analyze large amounts of data to make better business decisions, such as whether a digital marketing campaign is driving more traffic to stores and websites.
Coach Ameet Parekh shares tips on fast-tracking business and getting better results
In his seminar, business coach Ameet Parekh shares his strategy to grow a sustainable business.
TCS, Wipro in fray to manage Irdai's Business Analytics Project
Irdai said TCS, Larsen and Toubro InfoTech, Wipro and EIT Service India Private Ltd (a DXC Technology company) have been shortlisted for the next round of bidding. L&T InfoTech has been providing BAP services on a BOT (Build, Operate and Transfer) model to Irdai since 2011. The contract is expiring this month.
How to read corporate earnings & balance sheets to make investing decisions
Earnings reports are followed very closely by market participants.
WeWork, ex-CEO Neumann, Softbank sued over botched IPO, plummeting value
WeWork on Friday revealed plans to divest all non-core businesses and cut jobs.
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