French Hotels Look for Undocumented Immigrants to Fill Over One Lakh Jobs
Hotels and restaurants owners in France are urging the government to regularize more illegal migrants, so that they can fill up vacancies in the hospitality sector.
Indian Cab-Hailing Firm Ola Expands Foreign Presence, To Take On Uber in UK
Ola has obtained the licenses to run taxi services in South Wales and Greater Manchester, and expects to expand its presence across the United Kingdom by the year-end.
Singapore’s Mustafa Centre Shopping Complex Faces Probe for Alleged Employment Violations
Mustafa Centre, owned by India-born businessman Mustaq Ahmed, is being investigated by Singapore's Ministry of Manpower over alleged involvement in employment offences.
Indra Nooyi to Step Down as PepsiCo CEO
Ramon Laguarta will succeed Indra K. Nooyi as the Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo on Oct. 3.
Wipro Settles Lawsuit with National Grid U.S. for $75 Million
National Grid U.S. sued Wipro in December 2017, saying that the Indian firm mishandled an enterprise resource planning project.
28 Fugitive Economic Offenders Living Outside India, Says Govt
The CBI and the Enforcement Directorate are pursuing legal actions against the fugitive Indians, Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh told the Lok Sabha.
Fiat Chrysler Files Complaint Against Mahindra in U.S. Over Vehicle Design
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has claimed in its complaint that Mahindra has copied the looks of Jeep for its off-road vehicle, Roxor.