Masayoshi Son is no angel. He might want to give it a try
Masayoshi Son isn’t timid, to be sure. His reputation is built upon decades of courageous bets that netted him, his investors, and his founders billions of dollars. The most famous being Jack Ma and a little e-commerce company that became Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
Work divided for Rawat-led dept of military affairs
The defence ministry has shifted administrative and revenue procurement matters of the ar...
CBI set for major rejig, officers at same posts for long to be shifted
A CBI source said that the transfers are part of a "routine" exercise ...
A friendly helping hand was the secret sauce in Manu Chandra’s 2019 diet
Chandra's buddy motivated him to wake up at 6 am and hit the gym, gave him better energy and focus.
Riyaaz Amlani welcomes move to keep Mumbai restaurants open 24x7, says will improve work-life balance
Impresario Handmade Restaurants boss believes this move will add to the vibrancy of the city.
What are derivatives and how do they work?
Derivatives are contracts that derive values from underlying assets or securities.
Nirbhaya convicts shifted to jail no 3 where hanging is set to take place: Tihar officials
The four death row convicts -- Vinay Sharma, Akshay Kumar Singh, Mukesh Kumar Singh and Pawan Gupta -- were scheduled to be hanged on January 22. However, the Delhi government told the High Court on Wednesday their execution has to be postponed in view of the pendency of a mercy petition by one of them.
PMC Bank scam: SC stays HC order allowing shifting of HDIL promoters from jail to their residence
The Supreme Court on Thursday partially stayed the Bombay High Court order allowing shifting of HDIL promoters Rakesh Wadhawan and Sarang Wadhawan, accused in the multi-crore Punjab & Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank scam case, from Mumbai's Arthur Road Jail to their residence.
Renault chairman says 'real desire' to make Nissan alliance work
Attempts to restore calm have recently been thwarted by Ghosn's dramatic flight from Japanese justice and a series of no-holds-barred allegations he has made from his refuge in Lebanon, including that he was the victim of a plot to oust him and that the alliance is now a "masquerade".
Can quantitative easing work in India with 7% inflation?
Last month’s jump in inflation to 7.35%, way above the RBI’s 2% to 6% target range, was driven by food.
Faking positive attitude at work may backfire, sharing emotions with co-workers can be productive
The researchers sought to know whether people choose to engage in emotion regulation when interacting with their co-workers.
Vladimir Putin proposes power shift to parliament and PM, in possible hint on own future
In power as either president or prime minister since 1999, Putin, 67, is due to step down in 2024 when his fourth presidential term ends. Under the current constitution, which bans anyone from serving more than two successive presidential terms, Putin is barred from immediately running again.
Persistent Systems hold smart school hackathon, may work with Atal Innovation Mission
The event received 100 applications from students in Pune and Nashik, of which 40 ideas were finalised. The selected ideas are all at a prototype stage, which the students would further refine or modify over the course of the 12-hour event.
Budget 2020: How to make things work this time? Spend, spend, spend
As most sector-specific policies have already been announced, the Budget can concentrate on a single goal.
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