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Joseph K. Hart: Dealing with generational gap is one of the main challenges for managers around the world

Mumbai: Joseph K. Hart was appointed as chief executive officer and president of the 102-year-old Dale Cargenie Training in 2015. Present over 90 countries, the institute runs leadership training, professional development, performance improvement, leadership training, and employee engagement programmes across the globe. In an interview during his first visit to India, Hart said he believes the country is one the ... Read More »

How Fintech is Bridging the Big Bank Gap

Big banks have always been averse to risk.  They also tend to view small and medium-sized businesses as high-risk, choosing to restrict investment, in terms of both lending and services, for the SMB market. A 2015 credit survey by the Federal Reserve found that smaller institutions were 18 percent more likely to approve a small business loan than big banks, ... Read More »

Different Essay Topics That Is Written By Custom Essay Writers

Custom essay writing is something that is in huge demand these days. High number of students each year are getting their essays written by highly knowledgeable professionals. There are really tough topics that are given for essays and students may not be able to cope with such topics. This is the reason why students are paying to get their essays ... Read More »

Saurabh Agrawal is the Tata Sons’ Chief Finance Officer

Saurabh Agarwal, a veteran investment banker, was the strategy head of Aditya Birla Group. Tata Sons has roped in Aditya Birla Group strategy head Saurabh Agrawal as Group Chief Financial Officer of the salt-to-software conglomerate. Mr. Agarwal, a veteran investment banker with two decades of capital markets experience, will join Tata Sons with effect from July 2017, has worked on ... Read More »

Internet Democracy Is Great … in Theory. Just Ask the FCC

THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS Commission says it wants to hear from you about the future of net neutrality. But in opening its virtual doors to the public, it’s also opened them to spammers and trolls, some of whom might have even managed to knock the FCC’s site offline this past week. On the one hand, these problems are mere hassles: The ... Read More »

Outsourcing Your Customer Calls Is the Smart Way to Prioritize Your Time

Are you spending way too much time on customer calls? If half of your working day is spent answer questions, comments, and complaints from customers, you’re doing something wrong. You’re spending so much time on the phone that you aren’t able to pay an adequate amount of attention to other details that need your attention. This is very likely impeding ... Read More »

Panjab University crisis: Is the varsity converting into a central institute?

The committee led by Panjab University (PU) senate member Jarnail Singh which was tasked to study the possibility of converting PU into a central institute has prepared a concept note which says that PU can retain both syndicate and senate and also the autonomy of the university would not be affected. Though a consensus is yet to reach among committee ... Read More »

Is Britain’s car finance market heading for a mis-selling scandal?

THOUSANDS of British drivers could have been mis-sold loans to purchase their cars, causing them to pay over the odds for their motors. The UK’s £40billion car finance industry may be heading towards a mis-selling scandal if it’s found the terms have not been properly explained to drivers, according to reports. PA:PRESS ASSOCIATION ARCHIVE 2 Claims that loans were being mis-sold to ... Read More »

Juicero CEO Says Luxury Juicer Is Much More Than Juice Internet Is Unimpressed

Sometimes, it’s the Internet of stings. Juicero, a startup that sells a pricey juice press, found that out firsthand. The company’s Wi-Fi-enabled machine produces cold-pressed juice out of packets sold exclusively to owners via subscription. Received as both Silicon Valley cautionary tale and commentary on conspicuous consumption, Juicero’s story was chronicled this week in a Bloomberg News piece. The article ... Read More »

Not everyone in advanced economies is using social media

(iStock Photo) Despite the seeming ubiquity of social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, many in Europe, the U.S., Canada, Australia and Japan do not report regularly visiting social media sites. But majorities in all of the 14 countries surveyed say they at least use the internet. Social media use is relatively common among people in Sweden, the Netherlands, Australia ... Read More »