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September 21, 2018
New jobs rise to 11-month high of 9.51 lakh in July; 27 states, UTs on board to implement PM Modi's healthcare scheme from September 25; India to pay Iran in rupees for oil imports from November; Flipkart employees to turn millionaires after Walmart buys employee shares worth $800 million. Watch more in this episode of Business Wrap.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 21, 2018
New jobs rise to 11-month high of 9.51 lakh in JulyNew job creations in July rose to an 11-month high of 9.51 lakh, taking the total tally of new enrolments to 61.81 lakh since September 2017, according to the EPFO's payroll data. Job addition numbers, which are based on new members enrolled in various social security schemes of EPFO such as pension, PF and insurance, were 9,51,423 in July -- the highest in any month since September 2017 when the retirement fund body started rel...


BusinessToday.In
September 20, 2018
IKEA faced criticism after another incident of 'bug in food' happened at its Hyderabad store. This time, a customer found an insect in a chocolate cake while his daughter was eating it.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, September 6, 2018
Global factors behind rupee fall, no need for knee-jerk reaction: Jaitley; Jan Dhan Yojana: Govt doubles up overdraft facility from Rs 5,000 to Rs 10,000; Bharti Infratel to take annual hit of Rs 780 cr from Vodafone Idea exit; Jeff Bezos becomes richest person on the planet as Amazon becomes $1 trillion company; and Delhi might get a new fuel variant cleaner than CNG. Watch this episode of Business Wrap.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 6, 2018
The idea behind offering food options was that once you feed customers they stay for longer.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 6, 2018
Global factors behind rupee fall, no need for knee-jerk reaction: JaitleyFinance Minister Arun Jaitley yesterday attributed the fall in rupee to global factors and said there was no need for panic or knee-jerk reactions. He said the Reserve Bank is doing whatever is necessary to deal with the situation.The battered rupee has lost 165 paise in the last six trading sessions. Jaitley further said the dollar has strengthened against almost every other currency and added that the rupee...


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 5, 2018
IKEA faced embarrassment last week after a customer, Abeed Mohammad, took to Twitter saying he found a caterpillar in his vegetarian biryani.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 4, 2018
Chief executive Ashish Goel said that they spent the last year testing their offline model. He says that now that they know that this works, they are going to expand their offline stores aggressively.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, September 3, 2018
Wipro wins biggest ever contract, over $1.5 billion; income tax dept to wait till September 7 for Walmart to pay tax on Flipkart deal; IKEA's Veg Biryani came with a worm, company fined; Mauritius tops India's FDI charts again in FY 2018; and government plans exam for aspiring independent directors to bolster corporate governance. Watch this episode of Business Wrap.


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, September 3, 2018
Sumita Ghose's artisan collective RangSutra, which started out from Rajasthan, is now a supplier to Ikea.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, September 3, 2018
Wipro wins biggest ever contract, over $1.5 billionIndian software services exporter Wipro Ltd has won its biggest-ever contract worth more than $1.5 billion with U.S.-based Alight Solutions LLC for digital services as reported by Reuters. Wipro would earn $1.5-1.6 billion in revenues over the tenure of the deal, which will include services in health, human resources and finance.The deal is expected to be completed in the quarter ending September.  Income Tax dept to wait til...


BusinessToday.In
September 3, 2018
The episode has not only proved a major embarrassment for the Swedish furniture giant but has also brought it under the scanner of the municipal authorities.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 10, 2018
The road leading up to the 4,00,000-sq-ft store at HITEC City in Cyberabad was also jam-packed and additional traffic police were deployed.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 9, 2018
IMF sees Indian economy as an elephant that is starting to run; SBI launches a unified payment terminal MOPAD; Swedish furniture maker IKEA opens its first store in India; and Google CEO Sundar Pichai questioned by US senators over reported Chinese search engine. Watch more in this episode of Business Wrap.


E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, August 9, 2018
The store, set up with an investment of Rs 1,000 crore, employs 950 people (called co-workers) directly and 1500 indirectly in services.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 9, 2018
IMF sees Indian economy as an elephant that is starting to runThe International Monetary Fund (IMF) believes the $2.6 trillion economy is an elephant that is starting to run.What's more, its latest report on India not only reaffirms that the country is \"again one of the world's fastest-growing economies\" - accounting for about 15 percent of global growth - but also that India it could be what China previously was for the world economy.The report's favourable medium-term outlook re...


BusinessToday.In
August 9, 2018
IKEA is looking to keep prices lower in India.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, August 8, 2018
Swedish retail giant Ikea has put all its might behind the company's first store in India opening in Hyderabad. The company put in around 12 years of work and took 6 years after their announcement to open their first Indian outlet. It is finally opening on August 9.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 8, 2018
After Hyderabad, the next store is popping up in Mumbai and eventually in Bengaluru, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Pune and other cities.


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, August 7, 2018
At core of Rangsutra is Ghose's ability to organise artisans into producer groups or self-help groups, provide them the necessary training and tools to improve their craft, oversee the production and ensure they get regular orders to increase their incomes.


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