The new breed of jobseekers have become ‘brand conscious’ and is considering the reputation of the company through its website and social media reviews while making career decisions.
Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) major Nestle India on Wednesday reported a loss during the April-June quarter as sales took a hit after its popular Maggi noodles were withdrawn from the market over safety concerns.
With an aim to put its troubled past behind it, General Motors, the world’s third-largest carmaker, on Wednesday announced a major overhaul of its near two-decade old operations in India. The company announced an investment of $1 billion (Rs 6,400 crore) towards expanding its capacity at Talegaon, closure of older Halol factory and plans to launch 10 new models by 2020.
In a huge setback for national carrier Air India (AI), eight senior Boeing 787 Dreamliner pilots, on whom the airline had spent about Rs 40 lakh each on training, have resigned.
Twitter Inc's shares fell more than 11% in extended trade on Tuesday after the microblogging company said its number of monthly average users grew at the slowest pace since it went public in 2013.
Putting its last four days of losing stretch behind, the benchmark BSE Sensex sprinted again, rallying 104 points to close above the 27,500 level, mostly on value-buying by participants ahead of the July derivatives expiry.
The rupee on Wednesday surrendered its initial gains and ended steady at 63.91 against the American currency on fag-end dollar demand from importers coupled with emergence of weak sentiment on the global front.
Communications minister Ravi Shankar Prasad is ready to help telecom operators in every way to fight the menace of call drops, but he won’t tolerate inaction.
Ajay Singh-led SpiceJet, which reported its second straight quarterly profit on Tuesday, is likely to place a fresh order of 100 big jets this year.
Low spectrum availability, arbitrary demolition of cell towers and misplaced fears on emission have been cited by the telecom operators as the main reason behing call drops.
China’s economic slowdown may not automatically spell gains for India. “When a giant economy such as China’s slows down, the impact is bound to be felt across (the globe) including India, which was not the case when there was turbulence in Greece,” said an analyst.
As India tries to increase its influence in the East Asian region, Exim Bank has increased its line of credit to the countries as part of the government’s "Act East" policy.
Underlining the need for good economists to frame sensible policies, Reserve Bank India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan has said that the inability to get quality talent may be hurting country's policy-making process.
Are you there? If you are travelling in a car and hope to have a seamless cellphone conversation, good luck to you, especially if you are going over a flyover.
Britain’s health regulator, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), has come out in support of ‘made in India’ drugs.