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- Sharad Mehra is not just the APAC CEO of Global University Systems, but also the designated cricket coach at the company.
The pandemic has made disinfection a part of the daily routine of many. What if it could be made less cumbersome? Here are a few devices which ease the pain of keeping your surroundings disinfected.
The era of low interest rates seems to be over with the RBI raising the repo rate by 0.9 per cent in just 36 days. Going forward, home loan rates are expected to cross 8 per cent this year. As lenders raise rates, here's how you can manage rising home loan EMIs
A fleshed out strategy and efficiently managed cloud services can help an organisation's digital transformation journey through the complex multi-cloud ecosystem.
A unique hub-and-spoke model has created a niche for Applause Entertainment's content factory, led by its biggest hit to date, 'Scam 1992'. Can the Sameer Nair-led content studio keep going?
Honeywell International Inc.'s Senior VP & CTO Suresh Venkatarayalu says large companies have become more agile these days Harsh Goenka, Chairman of RPG Enterprises, shares his views on diversification, M&As, happiness and how companies can deal with uncertainty
Medical tourism was always popular in India but now start-ups are entering the fray to offer end-to-end solutions for visa, travel, accommodation, doctor/hospital rankings -- all squeezed into one single package
A career public sector banker is now at the helm of affairs of troubled private sector lender RBL Bank. A peek into the mind of the new MD & CEO R. Subramaniakumar and his strategy to turn around the bank
This may turn out to be only a short-lived interruption to the corporate profit cycle that began in 2020, but could as easily be the start of a longer down cycle.
The dogfight for the Indian skies may still be a few months away, but global jet makers are already trying to outdo each other to bite off the biggest chunk of the lucrative aircraft order pie
The first half of the year saw lukewarm market performance because of global headwinds. The second half, too, is unlikely to provide much relief to investors
Are retail investors losing out in the race to invest overseas?
Tata Steel, the storied steelmaker, which thus far had been focussing on a mix of domestic and overseas operations, is now in the midst of executing a growth strategy that accords a laser-sharp focus on India. Will the steel behemoth chart a new success story in this decade?