Be it offering discounts or giving freebies, banks are going all out to woo customers with plastic money. Mahua Venkatesh writes.
Opening a bank account has never been easier, thanks to technology, and competition among banks to attract more customers. HT reports.
Government-owned banks, which stood tall in 2008-09 at a time when the global banking industry went through severe turmoil, are finding the going difficult this time. HT reports.
Private players HDFC and ICICI offer a spree of services to come out on top of the HT-Mars Bank Satisfaction survey. Mahua Venkatesh and Zehra Kazmi reports.
With greater exposure across media and activities, children are influencing their parents’ buying decisions — with great panache. Anita Sharan explains.
Online financial games can help you learn the basics of financial planning and investing. So play on and brush up your knowledge. Saurabh Kumar reports.
Last week, Apple users and fans in India had reason for some early Christmas cheer: the iTunes store was finally available in an Indian avatar — with content available at cheaper rates. Gagandeep Singh Sapra
If you only use Facebook as a social networking medium that allows you to share personal photographs or post messages, it’s time to do a re-
Startup Village near Kochi wants to break the logjam by helping engineers develop 1,000 Internet and mobile companies in the next 10 years. It provides its members with office space, guidance and a chance to hobnob with the stars of the tech industry.
By September this year, 37 fresh brands had joined the celebrity endorsement bandwagon that closed 2011 with an impressive 706 brands. Going by the advertisers’ appetite, the numbers will only grow. Anita Sharan
Going beyond job portals, the Internet is changing the way recruitment is happening with help from social media, Himani Chandna Gurtoo reports.
Household savings could power road, port and highway projects, with savings rate expected to touch 40% of GDP, Gaurav Choudhury reports.
Gary Fisher, global icon of mountain cycling, entrepreneur and designer, launches two premier cycles in New Delhi on his birthday. The price for the models is in lakhs. Who's buying? A range of people, says the bikes' manufacturers.
To draw more viewers, popular TV shows are either showing on different channels at the same time or running different seasons on different channels concurrently, writes Himani Chandna Gurtoo.
With the Indian consumer turning increasingly savvy, companies are eschewing unhealthy ingredients and fortifying their products with 'health', Anita Sharan writes.