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Rukmini Rao
New Delhi, March 8, 2019
Although the industry lobby outlined all evolving trends in the digital space, it fell short of defining what constituted 'digital' for the sector.


Rukmini Rao
March 5, 2019
Business Today sat down with industry leaders at NASSCOM's Technology and leadership forum to discuss the emergence of Indian as a preferred hub of new age innovation in the digital era.


Rukmini Rao
February 20, 2019
The need for this change, according to Nasscom, is to make the data and trends more relevant, keeping up with the changing macro factors and technology shifts in the industry.


PTI
December 25, 2018



Rukmini Rao
New Delhi, November 6, 2018
Amazon claims over 50 per cent online shoppers shop with them; Flipkart maintains BBD was a record-breaking sale on all fronts.


BusinessToday.In
October 23, 2018
The IT sector, which had seen more than 56,000 employees laid off last year and took another hit from the Trump administration's new visa rules for the US - the biggest market for IT companies - this year, may have turned a corner.


Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, June 25, 2018
The clear and present danger of personal data being leaked or stolen has been recognised. But India's proposed law to prevent it needs to work out several issues before it can be finalised.


Anilesh S. Mahajan
New Delhi, May 28, 2018
As the NDA government enters its final year, there is a long unfinished agenda that it may not be able to implement by 2019.


Joe C. Mathew
New Delhi, April 2, 2018
As US and China get ready for a trade war, India needs clever policies and deft political manoeuvring to avoid collateral damage.


PTI
February 6, 2018



PTI
December 27, 2017



Devika Singh
New Delhi, November 14, 2017
Clearly, a concerted effort is needed by the government and corporate India to make out educational institutions and workplaces more inclusive.


By Mohandas Pai & Shobha Mishra Ghosh
November 8, 2016
Prime Minister Modi shares the dreams and aspirations of a billion plus people of the country \"to make India a global economic leader\". To make this dream a reality, Make in India, Digital India, Smart Cities, Startup India and Swachh Bharat programmes, among others, have been launched by the government.


Aseem Thapliyal
New Delhi, November 3, 2016
Others in the fray are PepsiCo head Indra Nooyi, former head of Vodafone Group, Arun Sarin, chairman of the Tata retail unit Trent, Noel Tata, former head of TCS, S Ramadorai, and Jaguar land Rover chief, Ralf Speth.


Reuters
October 21, 2016
Independent economists question the government's assessment of everything from industrial output to unemployment, but the main data \"black hole\" is consumer indicators including retail sales, and that is where people like 29-year-old Jaiswar come in.


Sarika Malhotra
September 26, 2016
S. Ramadorai, former CEO of TCS who now chairs the National Skill Development Corporation, was on the jury of Business Today's Most Powerful Women in Indian Business 2016. In an interview with Business Today, he talks about the business imperative of gender diversity and the biases women face at the workplace.


By Sarika Malhotra
Delhi, November 21, 2016
In the mid-1970s, when women started pursuing professional education - engineering, accountancy, business administration - outlooks changed and it progressively started to change things on the ground.


Dipak Mondal
July 4, 2016
According to estimates by different agencies and experts, between Rs 1 lakh crore and Rs 3 lakh crore of private contractors' money is stuck with the government due to delays or disputes.


PTI
New Delhi, March 10, 2016
Female workers in the Indian workforce were seen to be significantly more disengaged than their male counterparts as just 39 per cent of women were fully engaged, says a survey.


Prasanto K Roy
New Delhi, February 9, 2016
The year-long battle between the heavyweights, including telecom giants and Facebook, and a bunch of volunteers under the SaveTheInternet.in banner, was fiery, and seemingly unequal.


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