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Why hotel chains are unable to increase room rates in spite of robust demand.

 
 

Quick access to information and speedy issue resolution are happening on brands' social media platforms.

He pulled back a three-generation-old family business from the brink of bankruptcy by betting big on innovation and diversifying beyond the flagship product line.

One could lose as many as 1.9 million nerve cells per minute during a stroke; so time is the most crucial factor here for minimising brain damage.

How a host of corporates are partnering with Indian farmers for a win-win yield and lessening agrarian distress.

Four crucial factors that can make or mar your hotel business.

Microsoft has come up with a new technology to make talking to your gadgets less awkward.

This Tata Group brand may not be a global success, but there are lessons to be learnt from the disruptive strategies it has adopted to rule the home turf.

The expected size of the branded packaged food market 10 years from now will be around $200 billion when compared with $40 billion at present.

Ogivri is the biosimilar version of Swiss drug maker Roches Herceptin, a breast cancer and gastric cancer drug with sales of $6.9 billion a year worldwide
 
 

Package tourism is out. Brands are now focussing on giving travellers experiences of a lifetime.

Pretty much everyone agrees that the problems of farmers are going to play an enormous role in the coming general elections.

The vote-on-account may outline the shape of things to come, but there is little scope for immediate changes in overall tax structure and other areas.

Key policy changes over the past five years have built economic momentum, but some of these require a rethink.

A lot of innovative healthcare wearables and devices are entering the market.

Market analysts expect India's second largest IT exporter Infosys to announce a share buyback to boost investor sentiment
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