Amid a debate over variance in numbers in the Economic Survey and the Budget, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman July 10 said both the documents present consistent picture and her budget numbers are authentic and projections based on realistic estimates. “The data which is given in the Budget is 100 per cent aboveRead More →

A client recently brought up a concept that he felt a bit embarrassed about — that is, how “lucky” he has gotten with the acquisition of two new, very large clients. He’s a partner in a prestigious firm in a super competitive legal market. Luck? Lawyers? Really? When we brokeRead More →

David Marcus, the Facebook exec who helped hatch its Libra digital currency project, said a managing director with experience in government and central banking would be a great leader for the independent group that will actually oversee the currency. “We need someone who knows how economies tend to work, who understands howRead More →

Recently I was asked, “As an agency, how are you using AI within your marketing?” And honestly, the question gave me pause. I know we areusing AI, but could not answer exactly how. Since it was (and is) a really valid question, I wanted to have a really good answer the nextRead More →

NEW DELHI: Media Studies is not just an exciting field in academics, but also one that offers lucrative opportunities immediately on completion of the undergraduate degree programme. All one needs is to make the right choice of specialisation and to pick the institution that has all the relevant facilities to equip oneRead More →

NEW DELHI: The Indian arm of Japanese consumer durables maker Panasonic is looking at increasing the share of its consumer appliances business, as well as its business-to-business products in India as it hopes to sell more washing machines, air conditioners, refrigerators, and industrial solutions in the country. Currently, the company fetchesRead More →

 The head of the PRA said it was ‘entirely unsurprising’ competition had forced lenders to take on riskier clients. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA The Bank of England has raised a red flag over the state of the mortgage market, warning lenders that stricter rules could be imposed if they take on too muchRead More →