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The protectionist rhetoric by the us president has jolted india's export-dependent sectors, especially it and pharmaceutical. Here's how the trade numbers stack up.

The popular 'open office' design has many disadvantages. But some employers are going beyond it to create an empowering environment at the workplace.

Tata Motors employs over 59,000 people in 170 countries. The employees are as diverse as its network, comprising over 6,600 touch points and R&D centres.

SAP Labs India prides itself on offering all its employees a fair, open and transparent path to success.

Protectionism in the US may boost free-trade agreements in emerging economies

Building an online store is easier than you think, thanks to e-commerce enablers. Heres how you can set up shop online in just a few clicks.

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ITC keeps its staff motivated with employee-centric policies.


There is only one quality that sets the sectoral winners apart -an unrelenting focus on people.

How the proposed Grasim-AB Nuvo merger will create a mega company with several focused businesses.

The Budget has made numerous changes in Rules that make life difficult for tax payers.

Why making a purchase based on online reviews is unwise.

RIL has adopted an open office culture to provide a supportive environment to its employees.

Reenita Das, Partner and Senior VP of Healthcare and Life Sciences, Frost & Sullivan, talks to Anik Basu about growth strategies in the Indian healthcare sector.

Why the trouble at Infosys is unlikely to abate quickly.