INDIAN IT FIRMS
Indian tech firms are looking beyond traditional hubs to set up shop in the US
As towns go, Austin is an alluring mix. Its throbbing college scene rolls on without a bump into quaint tourism, with the occasional laidback Texan strolling by colourful shopfronts overflowing with quirky gifts. Zoho delivered most of its customer support from India, but moved some of those functions to Austin recently, and there are plans to expand that unit, he said.
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Telecom tariff hike won’t hurt: Government
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5 largecaps & midcaps global brokerages are bullish on in Indian market
Global brokerages are bullish on select blue chips and midcaps.
Rupee firms up by 13 paise against dollar
The local unit settled for the day at 71.53 against the US dollar, higher by 13 paise over its previous closing.
Govt mulls curbs on foreign firms in ‘strategic areas’
While the idea is to look at all overseas players, the focus is on firms from countries such as China, which are seen to be sensitive. The talks for a set of possible restrictions come at a time when the Centre is weighing the option of allowing Chinese telecom major Huawei to participate in 5G trials.
Primary healthcare is failing 80 crore Indians. An app may be the antidote
Rural India suffers from the paucity of primary healthcare centres. By taking doctor consultations online through an app and providing safe record keeping of patients, MedCords wants to address one of the key issues for patients in rural India.
What's for dinner? 48% Indians opt to order-in, say it's more economical than hiring a cook at home
The top reasons for people ordering-in include convenience, breaking the monotony and celebrating a special occasion.
20 firms turned around in Q2! Are they compelling ‘buy’ ideas now?
Seventeen of these 20 stocks posted up to 51 per cent YoY rise in net sales for the quarter.
Late-stage Indian startups bulk up its boards with independent hands
Oyo, Ola, Freshworks, Flipkart and Paytm are mong leading home-grown tech ventures that have brought in industry veterans to address compliance and governance issues.
This firm is hunting for a cancer cure
Zumutor, the Boston-headquartered startup, which was founded by second-time entrepreneur and former Biocon executive Kavitha Iyer Rodrigues in June 2015, has US and EU patents for this platform. “Our robust IP portfolio has a landscape beyond 2034,” she said.
Indian IT employees stare at a mid-life crisis
The axe will fall mainly on midlevel employees and those who haven’t picked up relevant skills.
RIL first Indian firm to cross Rs 10 lakh crore m-cap
It is now the world’s 67th most valuable stock and has risen 41 per cent this year.
Keep small companies out of safety compliance: Indian Staffing Federation
“It would be practically difficult for small establishments to get registered and comply with the code engaging additional administrative and other personnel to monitor the health and safety parameters as envisaged in the code,” said Indian Staffing Federation president Rituparna Chakraborty.
Emerging market growth to spur high-yield carry trades in 2020: Poll
The Brazilian real is expected to be one of the notable gainers in emerging markets against the dollar, firming to 3.97/$.
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