It's still not easy to do business in India: David Weinberg, COO Skechers
"The ease of (doing) business has improved, but it’s not easy. It is an economy that wants to protect its place in the world from anything outside and try to build it inside, which is very, very difficult," David Weinberg, global chief operating officer at Skechers told ET.
Stock pick of the week: Apollo Hospitals' healthy margins have analysts betting on it
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New life, health insurance products launched. Find out if they work for you
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RBI rejects Future Lifestyle plan to raise stake in Koovs
Future Lifestyle had agreed to buy a nearly 30% stake in the London-listed Koovs in July last year. In a notice to the London Stock Exchange on Tuesday, Koovs said it entered into administration after the Indian company was unable to deliver on a promised 6.5 million pound investment in to the business resulting in unsustainable cashflow pressures.
Air purifier sales see up to 60% spike on rising air pollution
Air purifier makers like Philips, Blueair, Panasonic, Eureka, Forbes, Sharp, Xiomi and Blue Star reported high double-digit jump in sales. Besides Delhi-National Capital Region (NCR), the companies also saw higher demand from tier-II cities like Lucknow and Kanpur.
E-commerce to be key growth driver for lifestyle brands; Hindi speaking consumers ignored by luxury brands: Marketers
Management consulting firm Technopak president Saloni Nangia said the next decade would define winners in the digitally creative world. She added that game-changers in the coming decade would be disruption of traditional business models, customer centricity, product experience and collaborative supply chain.
Realme sells 15 mn handset in 1st yr of operation, targets to double it in 2020
Realme, which began as an Oppo sub-brand in May 2018, was promptly spun off into a standalone entity and is now taking on bigger rival Xiaomi with similar price points and segments of Rs 7,000-20,000 phones.
Measuring realised souls: How does one know if someone is awakened or not?
Nowadays, India is full of gurus. Most are self-appointed, but their followers insist their guru has magical powers, that he was initiated and anointed by secret mystical forces. There was a time when a holy man got his legitimacy from his lineage, the line of teachers before him. So there is the guru and the guru before him all the way to Adiguru.
Banking for the super rich: Cool, crazy and confidential
The supplications of banks on behalf of their rich clients are endless and often bordering varied oddities.
'Raymond brand' to remain with new demerged lifestyle firm
Textile player Raymond on Monday said ownership of Raymond brand will remain with the demerged new lifestyle company. The company had earlier announced hiving off the consumer and lifestyle businesses into a separate entity.
Gautam Singhania on why Raymond brand will remain with new lifestyle firm
Brand ownership for all other businesses to remain with Raymond Ltd, says Singhania
Common mistakes every investor should avoid
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Battle of the beasts: $210,000 McLaren GT takes on Bentley with its high-end features
McLaren GT comes with 203 mph top speed and a powerful 4 liter V8 mid-engine
Landmark Group introduces cash-and-carry furniture to spur growth
The home furnishing chain, which currently has 50 stores in 27 cities, also cited longer replacement cycles as reason for low sale of durable big-sized furniture such as three and five-seater sofa sets. The cash-and-carry category will sell small furniture options such as side-tables and petite chairs for nooks and corners of rooms to create impulse shopping.
Edtech startup Lido Learning appoints new CTO
Lido Learning (Quality Tutorials) was launched in April 2019 by Sahil Sheth, offering live tutoring and personalised online coaching sessions to students from Class 5-9 in math and sciences from both CBSE and ICSE boards.
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