OYO Rooms: What
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OYO Rooms: What's up with the Unicorn?

Reportedly, more than 500 hotels have exited Oyo since April 2019. Also, the financial loss for the unicorn in FY19 increased 6 times! What’s up with Oyo?

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Zerodha: A Success Story of Discount Broking
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Zerodha: A Success Story of Discount Broking

Do you wonder that even after being a discount broker how does Zerodha make money? In just 9 years how did Zerodha become the largest stockbroker?

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Vodafone denies its India Exit Rumor
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Vodafone denies its India Exit Rumor

Vodafone isn't Leaving. But it's Surely Looking for Life Support! Vodafone has officially denied its 'India Exit' rumor BUT... In this tough time for telecom sector, can Vodafone find some respite?

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Manpasand Beverages Fraud Still Unfolding
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Manpasand Beverages Fraud Still Unfolding

Manpasand Beverages has logged the limelight this year for all the wrong reasons. From the arrest of its Managing Director and its Chief Financial Officer for GST fraud in May to the recent allegations of a hostile takeover by Finquest Finance, it has seen all.

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The Toyota-Suzuki Partnership
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The Toyota-Suzuki Partnership

The Indian Automobile sector is facing a tough year. Sales of automobiles are at an all-time low. Every individual manufacturer is struggling to make a profit. Further, the rise of Electric vehicle usage has compounded their woes. The alliance between Toyota and Suzuki has garnered quite an interest due to these circumstances. Can they together ride through this economic uncertainty?

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The Business Model of Paytm
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The Business Model of Paytm

Did you ever think that a 'Half cup chai' could be bought through online payment? Being a 90's kid, I still remember the struggle to get the change of a Rs. 500 note to buy my favorite Rs 5 Ice-cream. That excitement of scratching the recharge coupon in the hope of getting some additional benefit.. In 2010 came  a revolution when Vijay Shekhar Sharma launched Paytm.

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How does Zomato earn Money?
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How does Zomato earn Money?

Are you a foodie? If yes, I’m sure Zomato crosses your mind and pops up on your phone with delicious offers for ‘n’ number of times. I’m also certain that you would’ve wondered how does Zomato make money even after providing such tempting discounts. Isn’t it?

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What is SaaS? How is it helping businesses worldwide?
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What is SaaS? How is it helping businesses worldwide?

If there is going to be a buzzword of the decade, it would be the 'Startups.' Start-ups now govern the entire ecosystem around us. Be it food, taxi, travel, education- you name it. India comes up with around 900 start-ups every year. Have you ever wondered where does the infrastructure for all these new companies come? Where do they store the information, run their products, or perform the transaction?

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How is Data the New Oil?
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How is Data the New Oil?

"Data is the new oil" has become so clichéd as a statement as saying "God Bless You" when one sneezes. If there would be competition to create a single unique sentence with the word 'data,' I bet everyone would lose; everyone would repeat this line now so well etched in our minds.

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How is Indigo making Profits?
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How is Indigo making Profits?

Have you ever wondered that how India’s largest airline operator IndiGo operated by Interglobe Aviation flies high despite the tumultuous nature of the airline industry? Well, the answer is the business model on which the carrier operates. The business model, known as the Sale and Leaseback Model, has been one of the consistent reasons for the carrier's soaring profits.

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How Does Oyo Rooms Make Money?
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How Does Oyo Rooms Make Money?

If someday one wrote about the India Start-ups story, it would remain unfinished without the story of Oyo Rooms. Starting as any other company trying to find its space in the Indian dot-com revolution to now being dubbed as an 'Indian AirBnB,' Oyo’s story has become the case study for management institutions.

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Impact of IL&FS crisis on Indian Economy
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Impact of IL&FS crisis on Indian Economy

It was dark September for India’s financial market when debt repayment defaults by Mumbai-headquartered Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited (IL&FS) on inter-corporate deposits and commercial papers worth Rs 4.5 billion came into light. There was a fear that all housing finance companies would get resultant liquidity crunch effect and Lehman Brothers- like condition will come back.

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Can Airtel Broadband resist JioFiber?
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Can Airtel Broadband resist JioFiber?

Have you ever felt that you have been an average student or an average employee at work or just an average person all through life? If yes, then I'm sure a topper seems threatening to you. But, the truth is that a topper can only replace another topper and marginally affect the status of an average student. I have always observed this and have been an average student in school.

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Use LinkedIn to land your next high paying job
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Use LinkedIn to land your next high paying job

We all love Facebook but can we really look for jobs on Facebook or even land a job on Facebook? The answer is a big NO! Therefore, presenting to you, LINKEDIN, the Facebook for jobseekers and building careers. You must be wondering how to actually make it work for you in the best possible way.

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An exhaustive explanation on FORM MGT-14
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An exhaustive explanation on FORM MGT-14

When a company is planning to start up, the first step is to incorporate the business with the Registrar of Company (ROC). Companies incorporate themselves with the RoC because it is the body governing the companies and has to mandatorily keep information about companies. Therefore, every company has to notify ROC about the significant steps taken by the company by passing any resolutions at the Board meeting or by entering into an agreement.

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10 top challenges in taking-up freelancing as a career
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10 top challenges in taking-up freelancing as a career

Of course, freelancing is very rewarding and comforting in every way. The comfort of home to work from and the freedom to work at the desired pace is forcing more and more people to turn themselves into freelancers. There is an ever-increasing demand for freelancers amounting to a significant increase in the workforce. But, as there is a flip side to every coin, so does freelancing comes with its own cost. Here, are a list of challenges that a freelancer faces in his freelancing career: 1.    Hunting for a good client: The biggest problem in freelancing is to look for reliable well-paying clients. Though you would get multiple job openings on platforms like Naukri, Times, Monster, freelancer.com, upwork.com, etc., yet, it gets challenging to zero down on the right clients.

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Director Identification Number
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Director Identification Number

DIN stands for director identification number; it is a unique number allotted by central government to any person intending to be a director or is an existing director of any company. It is an 8-digit unique identification, which has lifetime validity. Through DIN details of the director of company are maintained in database.

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NBFCs and their Registration Process
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NBFCs and their Registration Process

A Non-Banking Financial Company (hereinafter referred to as NBFC) is an entity that provides banking and other lending services but does not come under the legal definition of a bank. An NBFC is incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 or the Companies Act, 2013. All NBFC’s are necessitated to procure a ‘Commencement of Business’ certificate from the Reserve Bank of India (hereinafter referred to as RBI) as provided under the provision of Section 45-IA of the RBI Act, 1934. Further, they cannot commence any business as a Non-Banking Financial Institution without procuring a ‘Certificate of Registration’ from the RBI. The NBFC Registration and License may be obtained in 90-120 days.

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