Verizon’s India Arm Fires 1,000 Employees: Report
Verizon said it is doing role rationalization to match the talent with the requirements of its business in future.
Global Arms Sales Rise Worldwide; Indian Companies Show Decline
India was the largest importer of arms during the five-year period of 2012-16.
WTO Food Stockpile Issue: India ‘Surprised, Disappointed’ at U.S. Comments
The United States said that a few countries cannot seek differential treatment under World Trade Organization rules.
NRI Buys Madras Stock Exchange Building
The Madras Stock Exchange, which shut down in 2015, is situated at Second Line Beach in George Town in Chennai.
Indian Parents More Likely to Send Children Abroad for Education: Survey
Over 60 per cent respondents in India are eager to send their children abroad for education.
Microsoft Headquarters in U.S. to Get Cricket Field
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has often talked about the leadership values he learnt while playing cricket in India.
Adani, JM Baxi and JSW Infra in Running For Iran’s Chabahar Port Deal
The Chabahar port in Iran will be the first overseas venture for Indian state-owned ports.