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He said he is also dealing with the reality of the new tech marketplace in which Microsoft has ceded its market dominance to Apple Inc and Google Inc.
4 bureaucrats who drive Modi machine | Modi\'s Banaras act done with perfectionThe chief minister’s office has four IAS officers and a couple of them may make it to New Delhi if he becomes the PM.
Analysts believe the interest shown by foreign funds may now shift to state-owned banks as the current FII holding is significantly below the permissible limit.
Beta of stocks such as BPCL, ONGC, PNB goes up as investors pick cos focused on local marketsexpecting post-poll reforms.
Illiquid stks show signs of revival | Low-beta stks become volatile\"Traders who are feeling left out of the rally are picking up penny and small-cap stocks that have not given returns for years.\"
Decision said to be driven by need to infuse more capital and bring in diversity; board meet due today to take up timing of the offer
Ashok Leyland, Shriram Transport Finance, Bharat Forge, Crompton Greaves and Engineers India were among the stocks that they have added in the past month.
At recruitment firm ABC Consultants, managing director Shiv Agrawal is in the middle of an unusual search.He\'s been approached by an upcoming music producer/composer looking to break into the big
Zynga founder Mark Pincus to quit  (25 April 05:47 am) 
Mark Pincus, the founder of Zynga, is leaving the once-hot social gaming company as its new leader seeks a turnaround.
IHCL has sought market regulator Sebi\'s approval to raise Rs 1,000 crore through issue of debentures on rights basis.
Specific platforms and technologies are commanding a premium, and so are soft skills including the ability to articulate the big picture, recruiters and employers are saying.
Op: In Tamil Nadu, a big dilemma for Jayalalithaa Having battled successfully to overcome these odds, Jayalalithaa now faces a peculiar problem that is partly of her own making and partly due to the
Maruti, Hyundai, Tata, Toyota, Ford, GM put brakes on price hike as sales fallOnly a handful such as Honda Car India and M&M have gone ahead with their price increases, while German carmaker Audi will
In trading communities, children were encouraged to start their own businesses early in life. Failure was seen as learning and training for the future.
Why is it difficult to challenge authority figures who display behaviours that are contrary to the espoused values of the organisation?
Elections are a great time to think about the future for corporates, who are then taking one step further by tapping into the election fever.
Carlsberg is virtually non-existent in the US and Latam markets, it is rock solid in most of Europe.
Utkarsh Rai, MD, Infinera India speaks on experiences in life which taught him to make the right decision with a calm mind during crises.
Nitish Kumar, who parted ways with the BJP, hoping to garner support of the minorities, may find his party\'s electoral prospects dimming as his calculations may not turn out to be true.
Narendra Modi had to fill in his wife\'s name for the first time in his nomination papers because of a ruling by P Sathasivam that candidates couldn\'t leave any columns blank. Not putting down
Apple’s exclusion highlights idiosyncrasies in the Dow methodology that leave some of the world’s biggest companies out of one of the best-known stock measures.
But the rising prices have also spurred counterfeiters who target collectors eager to flaunt trophy wines - and pay handsomely for their acquisitions.
Helios, Nasdaq-listed, is talking to Abu Dabhi Investment Authority, Morgan Stanley Mauritius, Afrin Dia and India Max Investment Fund to place the shares.
Technology can help build a digital India—a knowledge-based society and economy— by empowering, connecting and binding everyone.
But a new bilateral pact between the US and Japan must be struck first and problems abound. It could emerge before Mr Obama leaves Tokyo, but it’s unlikely.