Eureka Forbes to ‘purify’ foreign particles in books
The country's largest water purifier and vacuum cleaner maker has undertaken an exercise to clean its books and restructure operations.
After 131 years, Financial Times set to get its first woman editor
Roula Khalaf earlier served as deputy, foreign and Middle East editor at FT.
Want to build a successful career? Harsh Goenka's 10 tips will come in handy
The RPG Group chairman was ranked 78th on the Forbes Richest Indians list.
Jeff Bezos does it again, regains top spot as the world's richest man
Bill Gates is just $4.1 billion behind Bezos at number two richest, worth $105.8 billion.
Bill Gates beats Jeff Bezos, reclaims the world's richest man title
The Amazon boss had ended Gates's 24-year run as the richest man in 2018.
Infosys announces stock incentives for nearly 7,000 mid-level employees
The development comes as Infosys grapples with allegations of unethical measures being adopted by senior management to boost revenues & profits. In April, Infosys' board had approved performance-based stock ownership programme for employees.
Mukesh Ambani continues to rule Forbes India rich list, followed by Adani; no woman in top 10
38-year-old Byju Raveendran makes his debut.
Felicity Huffman reports to 'Club Fed' prison, begins two-week sentence in college scam
Huffman paid $15,000 to boost her older daughter's SAT scores.
Multiple inconsistencies found in Trump organization’s books
It is suspected that Trump's company keeps two sets of books, in an attempt to secure lower interest rates on borrowings while keeping tax expenses down. A report by ProPublica's Heather Vogell reveals “multiple inconsistencies” unexplained.
Rise and fall of Wadhawans, once toast of Mumbai party circuit
Wadhawans' fortunes rose around the time the property market was beginning to heat up in 2003.
SP Jain Global climbs the ladder of excellence, ranks 12th in Forbes's top 1 year international MBA programs
The Forbes ranking compared the earnings of the Class of 2014 in their first five years post-MBA.
Infosys is world's third Best Regarded Company
Infosys jumped to the third spot from 31st position in 2018. "Infosys' leading position headlined an Asian invasion in the rankings," Forbes said.
'Mission Mangal' fame, Forbes rank, citizenship row: Meet Akshay Kumar, the newsmaker
The actor became the only Indian in 2019's Forbes Highest-Paid Celebrities list, and surpassed Rihanna and Katy Perry.'Mission Mangal' fame,...
Taylor Swift tops Forbes' world's highest-paid women in music list; Queen Bey follows at No. 2
The 29-year-old 'You Need to Calm Down' singer made USD 185 mn over the past year.
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