Don't slow down in a slowdown
Madison Media’s chief analytics officer, Nagaraj Krishnamurthy has put together a marketing playbook to fight the slowdown.
Punjab: Solar shift for city railway station on cards
The authorities are planning to adopt the solar model to power Ludhiana railway station...
Coromandel International up 20% in a month on new product shift
The unique products contributed 38 per cent to the total revenue in FY19.
2020 Assembly polls will give another Sheila Dikshit to Delhi: Alka Lamba
Alka Lamba who quit AAP and returned to the Congress fold last year, claimed that her constituency would see a "one-sided contest as the AAP will find it difficult to explain to the people why it has fielded someone whom it termed 'corrupt' in 2015". The AAP has fielded Prahlad Singh, who contested the 2015 oolls from the same seat on a Congress ticket.
Work divided for Rawat-led dept of military affairs
The defence ministry has shifted administrative and revenue procurement matters of the armed services to the newly created military affairs department led by Chief of Defence Staff Bipin Rawat, but any important matter related to defence policy will be dealt by the defence secretary.
25 Indians trapped in Wuhan; coronavirus reaches Singapore, Vietnam
Twenty-five Indian students, of whom 20 are from Kerala, are trapped in Wuhan after the Chinese city of 11 million was locked down to contain the spread of a new strain of a coronavirus.
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.
Jaguar Land Rover to cut over 10% of workforce at UK Halewood factory: Union
British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will cut over 10% of the workforce at its northern English Halewood factory due to slower than expected growth of two models, the Unite Union said on Wednesday.
Shift to passive investing driving US markets: Morgan Housel
Earnings in the US and across the globe have been enough to push the market up, says Housel.
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 as laid down by the government. He said that no officer is being "targeted" in the transfer and its a complete "fair" exercise.
A conundrum: Taking time off from work to go on a holiday is more work than work
On an average people spend 17 hours, more than twice the length of a working shift, on finding suitable places to have meals.
How China’s virus outbreak could threaten the global economy
The Chinese economy has for years been one of the world’s most powerful growth engines.
How technology saved China’s economy
China may be using technology for surveillance, but it has also created a new engine of growth
Celebrating the unsung heroes: MyGate CEO says security guards are underappreciated, honours them on special day
MyGate honours the 8 million-strong private security workforce.
Move a few more subsidies into direct benefit transfer and strengthen insurance: S Sivakumar, ITC
Finding resources for the govt schemes and strengthening them would be the key.
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