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Good Leaders Are Chemically Different!

Viewing leadership through an unconventional chemical lens rather than the traditional lenses can be quite interesting, writes Sandeep Das

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Government May Defer Coal India Stake Sale Plan

The government is likely to defer the disinvestment of Coal India Ltd (CIL) to the next fiscal even as it is engaging with merchant banks to remain prepared for a future sale that’s estimated to be around Rs 21,000 crore

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Early Signs of Startup Bubble May Prompt PE Funds To Go Slow On Funding

With the first signs of the shakeout already visible especially across certain sectors such as food tech which has been the worst impacted so far, investors may just want to adopt the ‘wait and watch’ policy

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Mega Diamonds: Rekindling The Romance

While most jewellery across global markets is made with smaller sized diamonds, it is the large, exceptional diamonds that usually grab the attention of the world. Discoveries like the 1,111 ct stone found last week in Botswana, the second largest diamond ever, brings the miners into focus

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Pay Commission: The Plus And Minus Of It

If the 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations are implemented as they are, this would go up to 2.2 per cent of the GDP

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Ambitious Rs 10,000 Crore Startup Fund Stuck In Bureaucratic Indecision

Although the RBI has dispersed the money, three government departments have no clue about the management of the fund

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How WWII Mints Money For Hollywood

2014 was a particularly good year for the WW II genre with films that include critically and commercially successful Fury and The Imitation Game

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Dumb Luggage Turns Smart

Take heart, you obsessive people, you can soon travel with smart luggage that won’t get lost and here's how

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Startups: Is It The Beginning Of The End?

Even though more than $6 billion has flown in to small companies this year, there is enough evidence that a slowdown is around the corner

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Paris Attacks Hit Luxury Brands In Europe: Giani, COO Of Missoni

The horrific Paris terror attacks have affected several businesses including the luxury fashion houses, said Emilo Carbonera Giani, Chief Operating Officer, Missoni, an Italian luxury clothing brand

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