Business

  • Jeanette Rodrigues, Bhuma Shrivastava and Ronojoy Mazumdar |July 7, 2018

    Battling Bigotry a New Challenge For Top Indian Companies

    Indian companies are upgrading training manuals and reminding employees of policies that urge them to write on social media only what they'd say in public.

  • Little India Desk |July 6, 2018

    UK Court Permits Seizure of Vijay Mallya’s Assets

    A UK enforcement officer "may use reasonable force to enter the property if necessary," according to an order passed by Justice Bryan at the Queen’s bench division of the Commercial Court in London.

  • Little India Desk |July 6, 2018

    Public Wi-fi in India to Connect 40 Million New Users to Internet by 2019: Google Report

    Google is planning to expand its public Wi-fi service to areas beyond railway stations, such as malls, cafes and universities, in India.

  • Ari Altstedter |July 6, 2018

    The Startups Waging War Against Superbugs

    India has few weapons to fight infection after years of poorly controlled antibiotic use in humans and animals.

  • Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe |July 4, 2018

    How McKinsey Lost Its Way in South Africa

    Had McKinsey vetted the Eskom contract properly, it might have spared itself some of the grief to come regarding the "state capture" allegations involving the Gupta family and former South African president Jacob Zuma.

  • Alex Williams |July 3, 2018

    Tech Elites Recreate Burning Man Inside Their Living Rooms

    Soul Salons are importing the cosmic-explorer sensibility of Burning Man’s dusty playa into the cozy living rooms of prominent entrepreneurs.

  • Little India Desk |July 2, 2018

    Interpol Issues Red Corner Notice Against Jeweler Nirav Modi

    Interpol has issued a red corner notice against absconding Indian diamond merchant Nirav Modi, his brother Neeshal Modi and close associate Subhash Parab in the Punjab National Bank fraud case.

  • Rick Noack |July 2, 2018

    Trump Threatened India to Back Harley-Davidson. Now, the Firm Could Move Work There to Avoid His Tariffs

    Trade wars might not be good for the United States after all - and they certainly aren't easy....

  • Little India Desk |June 30, 2018

    Tata Steel, Thyssenkrupp Finalize European Joint Venture

    India’s Tata Steel has signed a deal with the German group Thyssenkrupp for a joint steel venture that will create Europe's second largest steel-maker.

  • Little India Desk |June 30, 2018

    Money of Indians in Swiss Banks Rose Over 50% in 2017

    The amount of money deposited by Indians in Swiss banks reached Rs 7,000 crore in 2017.