Hinduja Group owners involved in a dispute
Economy

Hinduja Group owners involved in a dispute

It takes generations and sometimes eternity to build a fortune but, it takes one hard feeling or one wrong step to destroy it. Crisis Management and Conflict Resolution are some characteristics that can prevent the hard-earned wealth from getting wasted. If there is a dispute between partners and they wish to divide the wealth (or basically divide the businesses) in that case wealth would remain the same but the business loses advantages of synergy. Read on to find out why we are telling you all this.

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What
Economy

What's behind the continuous Petrol and Diesel price hike?

If someone asks you, how important is money, what shall be your answer? You may say that it is one of the most important things in the world today, right? Even we agree to this. Money is a necessity and more money means power and with that power you can actually buy happiness and do whatever you want. Now, this is at an individual level. Think about those sitting in the government. To manage the economy they need money and more importantly they need our money! Taxes, cess, tariffs etc.

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Coronavirus Cure: Glenmark and Cipla share hits the Upper Circuit
Investing

Coronavirus Cure: Glenmark and Cipla share hits the Upper Circuit

Heard of one-stroke wonders? This is a term that is usually used in the sport of Cricket to describe batsmen who perform once in a crucial situation and help their team win but can not do anything great after that. Now a days, it has also become a trend to ‘Go Viral’. You would have observed that when something goes viral on social media, people remain crazy about it for a few days or probably weeks but then, forget it. By now you would be wondering, why are we telling you all this?

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Can the dream
Economy

Can the dream 'Chinese Products Banned in India' be realised

We are Indians first and all our individual identities come next. So, if there’s anything we can do for the country, we won’t back off. We may be price sensitive people but when it comes to nationalism, we can adjust. And, probably that’s what China needs to understand. That country has tried to almost capture our economy by dumping things at cheapest prices. And now, as you all know it’s trying to get into our borders. Now, the question is that apart from military action, what can we do to teach China a lesson?

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AIBDA’s concerns over interest waiver for borrowers.
Economy

AIBDA’s concerns over interest waiver for borrowers.

It is usually the case that someone’s gain is else’s pain. That’s the reason while making a decision, both sides of the coin have to be considered. Although, it’s also true that taking care of everyone’s interest is almost impossible. But then, there’s this condition known as being better off. This means, deciding something which causes the least damage because many a time there are situations when nobody is wrong and yet, a decision has to be made in someone’s favor.

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Dramatically declining unemployment rate in India.
Economy

Dramatically declining unemployment rate in India.

In the last few weeks, certain things have changed. The nationwide lockdown got over and India entered Unlock 1.0 and then Unlock 2.0. But, just before this, we experienced quite an unusual time where the only thing we knew was ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’. People stayed at home but the economy entered into an unsafe territory. The slump is still going on and something which shot up as a result was unemployment. During the lockdown, the unemployment rate touched an alarming height of 23.4%.

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How RBI’s policy changes will affect Kotak Mahindra Bank.
Economy

How RBI’s policy changes will affect Kotak Mahindra Bank.

You would have heard about the term ‘Cause and Effect’. This plays a role in many things happening around us. The simple explanation of this term is that you do something which becomes a reason for something that you might not have expected. For example, nature is surprisingly healing these days due to lockdown. Here, the cause is the lockdown and the effect is healing of nature. A thing to note here is that the lockdown was implemented to curb the pandemic and not to heal the nature.

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Vodafone-Idea in dilemma about Adjusted Gross Revenue dues.
Economy

Vodafone-Idea in dilemma about Adjusted Gross Revenue dues.

Sometimes, the destiny does not favor you come what may. Think of a farmer who wishes to produce a great yield of pulses this year. Suppose, another farmer acquired land just beside this farmer’s land and starts seeding pulses too. The new farmer had seeds and fertilizers in stock and started the farming process just at the right time. On the other hand, the old farmer had taken a loan to fulfill his supplies and start the process.  

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Adani Green Energy to execute world’s largest solar order.
Entrepreneurship

Adani Green Energy to execute world’s largest solar order.

Mahatma Gandhi once said ‘Be the change you wish to see in the world’. It’s not necessary that we follow everything literally. Sometimes, the connotations and contexts could be changed based on circumstances and it is all acceptable till the time the result is good and positive. Take this quote for instance, which signifies that if something wrong is happening and you wish to stop it, then you have to start changing yourself first and the world would follow. But, from a corporate point of view this can be related with innovation and problem solving.

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Parle-G clocks record sales during coronavirus lockdown
Economy

Parle-G clocks record sales during coronavirus lockdown

There are some situations which are known as marketing opportunities. Now, these opportunities could be created and exploited but, many a times it so happens that these opportunities are already there, and the brands only need to spot them. Sometimes these opportunities knock the door in a weird way, and it becomes quite interesting to read about them as a third person. Because the brands which are involved in such situations have to make decisions which could make them or break them at that moment.

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Drone Delivery: DGCA permits drone testing for food delivery platforms
Entrepreneurship

Drone Delivery: DGCA permits drone testing for food delivery platforms

Technology is taking over human beings and that’s the reason automation is slowly becoming the most sought-after industrial aspect. Manufacturing has cut off human intervention to a certain extent and now it’s the turn of services. Driverless Cars, robots, drones etc. Are replacing humans and we might soon enter a world where their population (and importance) would be way more than human beings. And, this is happening globally.

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Has the auto industry revival started from May?
Economy

Has the auto industry revival started from May?

Suppose you are stranded in a desert and you’ve lost your way back. After walking a few miles, you would see only one thing – endless desert. And, one thing which will trouble you the most would be thirst. With increasing level of thirst you would feel more disgusted. But, what if you spot an oasis? Your hope of staying alive will rejuvenate and that would probably be the best feeling in the world. Such hope has probably been found by ailing auto sector as well.

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SBI FD Rates: SBI slashes FD rates by 40 basis points
Investing

SBI FD Rates: SBI slashes FD rates by 40 basis points

SBI slashes FD rates by 40 basis points. And, a cursory view of Nestle India’s stock. The previous generation has hailed fixed deposits so much that even we find it attractive. Whenever a person in India has got some extra money, the first option that comes to mind is getting an FD done. Reasons for this are also simple – no risk of losing money, a decent rate of return (till now it was slightly more than inflation) and an option to get your money back anytime (compromising the interest). But, latest news from the State Bank of India has put all the FD lovers in dilemma.

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TikTok’s tough time going on in India
Investing

TikTok’s tough time going on in India

TikTok’s tough time going on in India. And, a cursory view of Interglobe Aviation’s stock. There’s an old saying that ‘Time is Money’. So, of course wastage of time can never be appreciated. With India being the largest market for TikTok, an impression was being created that Indians have a lot of spare time. Surely, the people consuming the content from the app were not gaining anything out of it besides petty entertainment. And, since people were watching it large numbers, some brands and businesses were also involved in marketing themselves there.

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ITC to acquire spice maker Sunrise Foods.
Investing

ITC to acquire spice maker Sunrise Foods.

When we observe corporate stalwarts or ‘giants’, we see that they are never satisfied. They are always looking for more. If they have acquired a decent market share, they look for diversification of their offerings. If they have successfully diversified, they look for integrations (forward and backward). And, this keeps going on. The Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry is slightly more dynamic in this case. And hence, FMCG giants are always on the move.

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Job Layoffs: Uber and Swiggy lay off 3000 and 1100 employees resp.
Economy

Job Layoffs: Uber and Swiggy lay off 3000 and 1100 employees resp.

Uber and Swiggy lay off 3000 and 1100 employees respectively.And, a cursory view of ITC’s stock. Modern day business models are hailed because of their capability to use the technology and provide services. Tech based businesses have simply captured market shares and kicked some orthodox businesses out of the market in last few years.

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Vedanta
Economy

Vedanta's Delisting announcement from Indian Stock Exchange

There are some people you see in life who are simply unpredictable. They usually behave in a way “Now you see me, now you don’t”. The consideration comes when such kinds of people head businesses and other people invest in them. Here we are talking about Vedanta Group and its owner Mr. Anil Agarwal. You would surely be aware of Vedanta’s delisting.

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Impact of Stimulus Package announcements on Stock Market
Economy

Impact of Stimulus Package announcements on Stock Market

Stock Market seems unimpressed with the stimulus package announcements. And, Sectorial Talks on IT industry. When you expect too much from someone, but the other person delivers nothing close to it, that hurts! It makes you feel low in life and you start ignoring that person who once used to be special. In this case, either the person just couldn’t comprehend your expectations or they didn’t have the resources to fulfill it. The stock market lows post announcement of the stimulus package is hinting at such a situation.

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