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Major US, global cities slowing amid worldwide slump: Report
Nine of the top 10 biggest global cities will slow next year, with the stars of the US Silicon Valley showing the most dramatic signs of slamming on the brakes, Oxford Economics researchers found in a report.
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 ...
PNB fraud: PMLA court declares Nirav Modi as fugitive economic offender
Nirav is the second businessman after Vijay Mallya to be declared a f...
ISIS claims London Bridge attack, says PoK-linked terrorist was one of its fighters
The group claimed the responsibility for Usman Khan's knife rampage on the streets of London. The news emerged as former schoolmates of the 28-year-old terrorist, who was shot dead by armed police officers, revealed he had been seen preaching under the ISIS flag as a young teenager after he dropped out of school in Stoke-on-Trent in central England.
Islamist terrorist who spent late teens in Pakistan identified as London Bridge attack suspect
Usman Khan left school with no qualifications after spending part of his late teens in Pakistan, where he lived with his mother when she became ill, it said. The BBC reported that Khan was out on licence from prison when he killed two people and injured three others in the stabbing attack on Friday, before he was shot dead by the Scotland Yard.
ET Q&A: India must commit to AI, next frontier of wealth creation, says Vijay Govindarajan
In an interview to Rica Bhattacharya, Govindarajan, author of “Three Box Solution” and “The Three-Box Solution Playbook” speaks about the innovation opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for India.
Tata Comm board appoints Amur Swaminathan Lakshminarayanan as MD and CEO
The appointment comes following resignation of Vinod Kumar from the post in July. Prior to joining Tata Communications, Lakshminarayanan was President and CEO of Tata Consultancy Services Japan, where he worked towards accelerating the company's market opportunity and developing the brand in the region.
View: A ten-step guide to reach $5 trillion GDP goal
India should have joined RCEP. The deal on offer was a good one and many of our fears had been allayed.
New Sebi framework to boost depository receipts
Experts believe that issuing DRs has the added benefit of increasing the share's liquidity while boosting the company's prestige on its local market.
From dried peas soup to gin cocktails, appetising food items inspired by London's fog
In the 19th century, when London was infamous for suffocating fogs, a term used for them was 'pea-souper'.
Government should ease the process of getting clearances for starting a new business: Anil Agarwal, chairman Vedanta Resources
The founder chairman of Vedanta Resources, who had flown down from London where he resides for the Award show, said that it baffles him to see one private sector bank have $25 billion of market capitalisation while Canara Bank has only a fraction of that market capitalisation, despite both the banks having similar clientele.
View: Despite doubts, there’s enough proof to conclude that foreign trade is good for poor
Areas where workers faced foreign competition tended to have greater reduction in poverty rates.
Abheek Barman passes away: His interests ranged from physics, art, literature to Northeast
While Abheek learned economics at Presidency, Kolkata and Delhi School of Economics, Delhi, his interests went far beyond the confines of the discipline. Arguably, he was the most widely read journalist, whose interests ranged from physics, through art, film and literature to the history of the Northeast.
City of London explores steps to 'supercharge' India's green finance sector
In a report titled 'Untapped Potential: Supercharging Green Finance in India', City of London Corporation alongside the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) explores the opportunities and challenges for sustainable finance in India.
Modi’s labour reform push may remove key hurdle for investors
The current changes are part of a process to streamline 44 different federal labor laws into four codes.
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