View: Goldman Sachs' anti-bro pledge isn't just a stunt
The company is caught up in one of the biggest frauds in history: the 1MDB scandal in Malaysia.
Set example by following duties to country, pave way for 'new India': PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asked youngsters to set ...
Nothing is impossible: Gopichand Hinduja on investing in early-age startups, group surviving world's economy for 104 yrs
The Hinduja Group ha...
How CEOs can seek advice: Avoid internal advisors, surround themselves with diverse ideas
The sole job of the CEO is sifting through heaps of advice.
Stephen King receives major backlash after his tweet on ‘diversity in matters of art’ goes viral
The author received major backlash due to his tweets.
Forensic audit finds no fraud, fund diversion at Reliance Home Finance
Lenders of the company had appointed Grant Thornton for the audit, as required under the RBI guidelines.
Full emergency on Pune-Jaipur IndiGo flight, plane diverted to Mumbai after engine snag
High vibrations on yet another unmodified Pratt & Whitney (PW) engine forced an IndiGo Airbus A320 Neo flying from Pune to Jaipur to divert ...
After Golden Globes, Oscars could be in the eye of the storm due to lack of gender & ethnic diversity
Much of the focus so far this award season has been on the lack of women being honored.
Diversity under lens as IT faces fresh suits in US
In December, Wipro received a lawsuit over allegations of racial discrimination by an African-American employee named Kevin Clark. The same month, India’s second largest software services exporter Infosys received a lawsuit from Cathy Szczepinski in Ohio for alleged violation of fair labour standards and denial of overtime payment.
Technology-enabled lending in 2020: from data to diversity
We are in the midst of a data explosion and by one estimate, about 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day. In India what is more significant is the fact that a lot of new data being created about individuals largely without any digital footprint.
From delivery girls to cab drivers, gender diversity’s spreading
Shailja Mittal said she started Koala Kabs in 2016 after she had 'goosebumps’ sending her nineyear-old daughter to school through a private cab service. Now the business has evolved into an amalgamation of a cab aggregator-cum-car rentals where women drivers make fixed monthly incomes.
Diversity makes business sense for India Inc
Some companies are widening the search for recruits from among those who have been marginalised. Apart from more women, companies are looking to recruit persons with disability (PwDs), LGBTQ candidates and army veterans. The reason — it makes good business sense. The numbers are small, but interest is growing.
Chaat Masala: Gourmet Indian street food
As chaat became a ubiquitous street food, the use of masala also morphed from simple bhuna zeera-rock salt combine to recipes containing multiple spices.
SC tells govt to start managing Unitech
“The Supreme Court has asked government of India to take over the management of Unitech. The auditors have submitted that at least Rs 5,000 crore of funds received from home buyers was not utilised for construction of projects,” said Pawan Shree Agarwal, amicus curiae in the matter
PMC Bank scam: ED charges HDIL promoters with Rs 2,500 crore diversion
In an over 7,000-page prosecution complaint, which is equivalent to a charge sheet, it filed in a Mumbai court on Monday, the central agency has accused the father-son duo of using the money for either purchasing real estate or for the “evergreening” of other loans, officials privy to the matter said.
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