It is a shortcoming that India Inc. is familiar with. Vast number of job seekers whose existing skill-sets make them unemployable. Now a new venture, Vocational Academy, has created a business model to fill this gap.

For the past 14 years, IT giant Infosys has been gauging the “real worth” of its employees.
The 4.7 km-long Bandra-Worli Sea Link in Mumbai is set to open soon. Here are some key features of this unique bridge.

Keying in ‘how to earn money’ or ‘Katrina Kaif’ on any popular search engine, could expose a computer to hackers.

T-Series’ aggressive moves in protecting its intellectual property (IP) have opened a can of worms for consumers and companies alike.

Having given up the largest domestic carrier status to Kingfisher, Jet Airways Chairman Naresh Goyal is breathing a tad easier.

The union will throw up some mind-boggling numbers:
All is not lost for the economically bankrupt as some legendary businessmen have proved in the past. Sometimes, it’s simply the beginning of a new journey.

Upset with your income tax deductions? Then how about going back to 1973-74, when the effective rate at the top was 97.5 per cent and there were 11 rate slabs?

33%: The rise in US bankruptcies for the year ended March 31, 2009

A clutch of Indian conglomerates is keen to grab a piece of the Indian defence pie. So, what’s stopping them?
As stock markets soar, India Inc. has found a slick way to raise capital on the double. But a few dodgy promoters may join the party.
A recent survey in the UK found these jargons to be the most disliked. Watch this space for more jargon busting in forthcoming issues.
52 films by global film makers to be screened, a new one each week, courtesy Palador Pictures
Here is a sample of the demands that Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee faces from some of his colleagues as he prepares for UPA 2’s first Budget.