Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Billionaire porn king reinvents himself as Japan's startup guru

Imagine the publisher of Pornhub.com being asked to address Harvard University undergraduates on the virtues of running a socially responsible business. Read more here: Billionaire porn king reinvents himself as Japan’s startup guru
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Uber narrows loss to $645 million, boosts revenue in turmoil

Even as Uber Technologies Inc’s investors mounted a revolt against the then-chief executive officer over a string of self-inflicted scandals, the ride-hailing company’s financial performance continued to improve in the second quarter of the year, based on financial results provided by the company. Read more here: Uber narrows loss to $645 million, boosts revenue in turmoil
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Merger with HDFC Life would have been a good marriage to make: Rajesh Sud, Max Life Insurance

India’s fourth-largest private life insurer Max Life is charting an independent course after its proposed merger with HDFC’s life insurance arm collapsed. Read more here: Merger with HDFC Life would have been a good marriage to make: Rajesh Sud, Max Life Insurance
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Binny Bansal backs VC fund 021 Capital with $50-million corpus

BENGALURU: Shailesh Tulshan, the personal investment adviser to the Flipkart’s Bansals, is starting a fund named after Paypal co-founder Peter Thiel’s book that prods entrepreneurs to focus on radical innovations than on incremental improvements. Read more here: Binny Bansal backs VC fund 021 Capital with $50-million corpus
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REVIEW: Midi and Mini Lathes

During the last decade of the 20th century, a number of manufacturers brought out versions of their standard 1″ x 8 TPI lathes with a short bed. Aimed at the rising tide of pen turners (the first pen kits came out in 1987), they were dubbed “mini lathes. Read more here: REVIEW: Midi and Mini Lathes
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The lowflation demon vexes central banks

Persistently low inflation, or “lowflation,” is vexing lots of people. According to the recent minutes of policy meetings of the Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank, central banks on both sides of the Atlantic have been trying to identify the causes — but with limited success so far. Read more here: The lowflation demon vexes central banks
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Schneider, Eaton frontrunners to buy L&T’s electrical business

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: Schneider Electric SE, the French industrial multinational and Eaton Corp have emerged as the top contenders to acquire Larsen & Toubro’ electric and automation division for Rs 15,000-Rs 17,000 crore as India’s largest engineering group looks to prune its portfolio and exit non Read more here: Schneider, Eaton frontrunners to buy L&T’s electrical business
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Tatas eye Essar Steel to regain steel crown

MUMBAI: Tata Steel, India’s second-largest private steelmaker, has expressed interest in bidding for debt-ridden Essar Steel, whose lenders have filed for revival of the company under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, two people with knowledge of the development said. Read more here: Tatas eye Essar Steel to regain steel crown
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Tricks of the Trade – Sander Circle Jig: Make Perfectly Round Wheels Quickly

I find myself needing a lot of small circles for use on wooden toys. When I cut those disks out with a circle-cutting jig on the band saw, the edge is a little too rough, so I’ve made a fixture for the disk sander that makes quick work of sanding the wheels perfectly round and smooth. Read more here: Tricks of the Trade – Sander Circle Jig: Make Perfectly Round Wheels Quickly
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Sequoia Capital acquires Faces Cosmetics from Everstone Capital for $40 million

NEW DELHI: Marquee US venture capital firm Sequoia Capital has struck its maiden buyout deal in India by acquiring a leading personal care, makeup and skincare company Faces Cosmetics Canada from Everstone Capital for $40 million (Rs 266.11 crore). Read more here: Sequoia Capital acquires Faces Cosmetics from Everstone Capital for $40 million
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Tata Steel, top global suitors eye Essar Steel under IBC regime?

Weeks after the National Company Law Tribunal, Ahmedabad admitted insolvency petitions filed by lenders SBI and Standard Chartered and gave the nod for proceedings to be initiated against Essar Steel under the insolvency and bankruptcy code, multiple suitors have made a beeline for the company, thre Read more here: Tata Steel, top global suitors eye Essar Steel under IBC regime?
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Regency chooses Lockdowel EClips for its Legacy conference tables

AKRON, Oh. - Regency, Inc. has chosen Lockdowel EClips snap-together fastening for its Legacy conference tables. To allow for up to a 24-foot table to be built without tools from flat packaging, the company has incorporated Lockdowel glue-less, screw-less assembly. Read more here: Regency chooses Lockdowel EClips for its Legacy conference tables
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7 Ways to Improve Your Yard for Outdoor Entertainment

One of the best parts of home ownership is having outdoor space where you can entertain family and friends. However, if you don’t know how to pull together all the elements in a visually pleasing and functional way, your outdoor space can wind up seeming cold, cluttered or unfinished. Read more here: 7 Ways to Improve Your Yard for Outdoor Entertainment
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Uber integrates with UPI BHIM payment for riders

NEW DELHI: San Francisco based taxi hailing firm Uber officially launched its integration with payment option Unified Payment Interface (UPI) on Wednesday. For the integration, Uber has partnered with National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and Axis Bank and HDFC Bank. Read more here: Uber integrates with UPI BHIM payment for riders
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Betting on India, Mexico and Brazil as key markets: Uber

NEW DELHI: US-based cab aggregator Uber today said it is betting on India, Brazil and Mexico to drive growth for the company. The firm, which competes with SoftBank-backed Ola in India, said it is focusing on launching solutions that enhance customer experience on its platform. Read more here: Betting on India, Mexico and Brazil as key markets: Uber
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Japanese Garden Bench

Combine five 2x4s, a handful of screws and a long afternoon to build a handsome and sturdy sitting spot for your deck or garden. My father always has had a knack for doing more with less. He built the first house on our farm using a Skil saw, a drill and a hammer. Read more here: Japanese Garden Bench
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CCEA approves closure of BWEL

NEW DELHI: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday approved the Railway Ministry’s proposal to close the Bharat Wagon and Engineering Co Ltd (BWEL). Read more here: CCEA approves closure of BWEL
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Retail could go the real estate way: Mahantesh Sabarad, SBI Cap Securities

We do not know which set of banks are going to be generally getting together for the merger but historically it is assumed that a strong bank will actually take in a weaker set of banks and therefore you will have such kind of mergers between a weak bank and a strong bank collectively both the b Read more here: Retail could go the real estate way: Mahantesh Sabarad, SBI Cap Securities
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'Entrepreneurship a less desirable career choice in India'

NEW DELHI: Entrepreneurship is a less desirable career choice in India when compared to its peers in the least developed economies as well as in Brazil, China and South Africa, says a report. Read more here: ‘Entrepreneurship a less desirable career choice in India’
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Go for buy on dips and hold strategy: Rahul Shah, Motilal Oswal Financial Services

Talking to ET Now, Rahul Shah, Motilal Oswal Financial Services , says there a sideways to negative correction near term or time-wise correction for some more time cannot be ruled out. Read more here: Go for buy on dips and hold strategy: Rahul Shah, Motilal Oswal Financial Services
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Dewalt Cordless Band Saw Review Model DCS371

If you are looking for a band saw, Dewalt has you covered. Dewalt offers both a corded and cordless version depending upon your needs. For today, let’s cover the cordless band saw 20V and more specifically the DCS371 cordless, so let’s jump in and go over the Dewalt cordless band saw review. Read more here: Dewalt Cordless Band Saw Review Model DCS371
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Hitachi's Ramesh Srinivasan to join BankBazaar as CFO

BENGALURU: Financial marketplace BankBazaar has announced the appointment of Ramesh Srinivasan as its new CFO. Srinivasan comes with 22 years of experience in the banking and financial services Industry (BFSI) segment and was earlier the financial advisor at Hitachi Payment Services. Read more here: Hitachi’s Ramesh Srinivasan to join BankBazaar as CFO
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Bullish on 2 wealth creation ideas in mid-term: Siddharth Sedani, Anand Rathi

Betting on Voltamp Transformers and Kalpataru Power, says Siddharth Sedani, Anand Rathi , talking to ET Now. What would be the first stock that you would like to recommend? Read more here: Bullish on 2 wealth creation ideas in mid-term: Siddharth Sedani, Anand Rathi
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PSB merger: There will be pain in merger in the short term, says DK Mittal

Discussing the PSU bank merger mechanism with ET Now, DK Mittal, Former Banking Secretary, says the benefits in terms of manpower, branches, technology optimisation is going to be much higher. Read more here: PSB merger: There will be pain in merger in the short term, says DK Mittal
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We have our own reasons for welcoming the push towards PPP in metro: Vinayak Chatterjee, Feedback Infra

In a chat with ET Now, Vinayak Chatterjee, Feedback Infra , and YD Murthy, NCC , give their views on the metro economy. Edited excerpts: I want to simply focus on the metro economy today. Read more here: We have our own reasons for welcoming the push towards PPP in metro: Vinayak Chatterjee, Feedback Infra
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PSU banks’ merger will help improve credit quality and address skill deficiency: Dinesh Kumar Khara, SBI

Talking to ET Now, Dinesh Kumar Khara, SBI, says an alternative mechanism has to be put in place for the PSB mergers. SBI’s merger with its five associate banks got through on April 1st. Read more here: PSU banks’ merger will help improve credit quality and address skill deficiency: Dinesh Kumar Khara, SBI
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From a medium term investment perspective, India remains an attractive story: Vivek Rajpal, Nomura India

In a chat with ET Now, Nomura India’s Vivek Rajpal gives his views on the macro picture in India currently, the key risks to growth, and the resilience of the Indian economy. Edited excerpts: Read more here: From a medium term investment perspective, India remains an attractive story: Vivek Rajpal, Nomura India
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Survival 101: How ShopClues founder Sandeep Aggarwal kept his dreams afloat

Sandeep Aggarwal, founder of two well-funded startups, reflects on his outburst on social media earlier this year and lessons learnt from the experience. It’s been a tumultuous year for Sandeep Aggarwal, the founder of two prominent startups. Read more here: Survival 101: How ShopClues founder Sandeep Aggarwal kept his dreams afloat
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GST to benefit lower, lower-middle income class: Asian Development Bank

NEW DELHI: The goods and services tax in India will benefit the lower and lower-middle income class as it is likely to reduce the tax rate on goods, a blog posted on Asian Development Bank’s website said. Read more here: GST to benefit lower, lower-middle income class: Asian Development Bank
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11 states may see Rs 9,500 crore revenue loss this year under GST

MUMBAI: Even though as a whole states’ revenue may clip past at a CAGR of 16.6 per cent in FY18 over FY16 under the GST, 11 of them may need an additional Rs 9,500 crore compensation from the Centre this year, says a report. Read more here: 11 states may see Rs 9,500 crore revenue loss this year under GST
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First quarter is never right to judge rating agencies: Rajesh Mokashi, CARE Ratings

Talking to ET Now, Rajesh Mokashi , MD, Care Ratings , says the fiscal of the government will start improving and that eventually will lead to a better economic recovery. Read more here: First quarter is never right to judge rating agencies: Rajesh Mokashi, CARE Ratings
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Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Yet to reach value bottom in Sun Pharma, Lupin: R Sreesankar, Prabhudas Lilladher

Talking to ET Now, R Sreesankar, Prabhudas Lilladher , says unless the companies announce that the worst is behind us, investor confidence is not going to revive. What do you think would be that value bottom for something like a Sun Pharma or Lupin? Read more here: Yet to reach value bottom in Sun Pharma, Lupin: R Sreesankar, Prabhudas Lilladher
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Missing package? Delhivery's new software to automatically correct inaccurate addresses

Even as common sense dictates that inclement weather and traffic-choked streets can stymie the efforts of delivery firms, one may be surprised to learn that the real logistical challenge for them is to find the correct address. Read more here: Missing package? Delhivery’s new software to automatically correct inaccurate addresses
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Uber India is on road to overtake US parent: David Richter, SVP of business, Uber

India continues to be a high-priority market for Uber despite the management upheaval at the company. Read more here: Uber India is on road to overtake US parent: David Richter, SVP of business, Uber
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We still remain very upbeat on India: Muhammad Auranganzeb, JP Morgan

Global investors are keen to invest in India as business confidence is at an all-time high amid a raft of reform meas ures, says Muhammad Aurangzeb, CEO ­ global corporate bank (Asia Pacific) at J P Morgan . Read more here: We still remain very upbeat on India: Muhammad Auranganzeb, JP Morgan
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Bombay Shaving Gets Rs 14 crore funding

MUMBAI: Men’s consumer care product firm Bombay Shaving Company has raised Rs 14 crore from a clutch of investors led by Fireside Ventures to fuel its expansion plans. Read more here: Bombay Shaving Gets Rs 14 crore funding
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L&T succession well-calibrated, to go smoothly: AM Naik

MUMBAI: Larsen & Toubro (L&T) chairman AM Naik believes that unlike Infosys and the Tata Group, the succession at the company would be smooth as it was transparent and well-calibrated. Read more here: L&T succession well-calibrated, to go smoothly: AM Naik
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Modern Gateleg Table: A Contemporary-Looking Design That’s Really From the 18th Century

by Christopher Schwarz Pages 28 – 34 October 2017 Buy the issue here. If you’ve ever been dragged to Ikea by your spouse (few woodworkers go willingly – except to eat meatballs), you’ve probably seen a table similar to this gateleg one. Read more here: Modern Gateleg Table: A Contemporary-Looking Design That’s Really From the 18th Century
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HCL to invest Rs 5,000 crore over 4 years

KOLKATA: Hindustan Copper is looking to invest around Rs 5,000 crore over the next four years as it makes a strategic shift to value-added products and ramps up mine capacity three-fold. Read more here: HCL to invest Rs 5,000 crore over 4 years
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Green with Envy

Recently, one of my big sisters (I have three) cut down a really large dying birch tree at her cabin (it was almost 20 inches in diameter). Near its base, there was a large burl. Needless to say, this burl is now in my possession, and my goal is to turn a really large bowl from said burl. Read more here: Green with Envy
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Encourage the Beginners

In last issue’s eZine, Rob talked of spending some time at a county fair, and checking out the youth woodworking projects. This reader had a philosophical approach to projects by beginning woodworkers. – Editor Read more here: Encourage the Beginners
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Founders of Snapdeal-owned Unicommerce eSolutions quit

BENGALURU: The founders of Unicommerce eSolutions, the Snapdeal-owned, SaaS-based e-commerce solutions provider, have quit the company, two years after being acquired by the Gurgaon-based online marketplace in a cash-and-stock deal. Read more here: Founders of Snapdeal-owned Unicommerce eSolutions quit
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VIDEO: Using Your Drill Press as a Sanding Machine

The drill press is great for boring holes, but it can also make a very effective sanding machine. We show you a few sanding accessories that you can easily use with your drill press to sand different shapes and surfaces. Read more here: VIDEO: Using Your Drill Press as a Sanding Machine
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Rubique records 48.8 per cent in loan disbursed this quarter

PUNE: Fintech firm Rubique said today that it had disbursed loans worth Rs 488 crore in the last quarter, a 48.8 per cent increase over the corresponding quarter last year. It said that revenue for the quarter had also increased substantially. Read more here: Rubique records 48.8 per cent in loan disbursed this quarter
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Druva raises $80 million funding from Riverwood Capital

BENGALURU: Druva, among the world’s biggest data protection startups, has secured $80 million (about Rs 513 crore) in funding led by US-based Riverwood Capital, bulking up capital as enterprises face frequent threats from increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks. Read more here: Druva raises $80 million funding from Riverwood Capital
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Alibaba's UC Browser under govt scanner over data leaks

NEW DELHI: Alibaba’s UC Browser has come under the government’s scanner for alleged leak of mobile data of its Indian users and may be banned in the country if found guilty, a senior IT ministry official said today. Read more here: Alibaba’s UC Browser under govt scanner over data leaks
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Tarik Yousef: Harmonious Designs in Modern (and more) Styles

Tarik Yousef was introduced to woodworking in middle school shop class, and “I just took to it really well and really enjoyed it. It didn’t take long for me to start buying tools and messing around with stuff.” Read more here: Tarik Yousef: Harmonious Designs in Modern (and more) Styles
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Small Shop Chair Production

Reader Miroslav Jovanovic from Germany wrote in to share photos of his woodworking studio and some of the furniture he’s produced there. Read more here: Small Shop Chair Production
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DeWALT 20V MAX* XR 18-ga. Cordless Brad Nailer

DeWALT’s XR 18-gauge Cordless Brad Nailer drives brad nails from 5/8- to 2-1/8-in. long, using a single 20V MAX* battery. It provides the freedom of a cordless tool while eliminating the need for an air hose, compressor or the gas cartridges required for other nailers. Read more here: DeWALT 20V MAX* XR 18-ga. Cordless Brad Nailer
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DeWALT 20V MAX* XR 18-ga. Cordless Brad Nailer

DeWALT’s XR 18-gauge Cordless Brad Nailer drives brad nails from 5/8- to 2-1/8-in. long, using a single 20V MAX* battery. It provides the freedom of a cordless tool while eliminating the need for an air hose, compressor or the gas cartridges required for other nailers. Read more here: DeWALT 20V MAX* XR 18-ga. Cordless Brad Nailer
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Porter-Cable Restorer Kit

Porter-Cable’s Restorer boasts many of the benefits of both a belt sander and an angle grinder. When compared to a belt sander, it is lighter and easier to handle. It’s also more versatile, thanks to the wide variety of sanding and abrasive sleeves available for it. Weighing 4.5 lbs. Read more here: Porter-Cable Restorer Kit
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Restoring Teak Bench’s Wood Color?

I recently bought a solid teak bench that has not been maintained for years. What is the best method for restoring the wood and removing the gray, old, oxidized wood layer? Scraping? Sanding? – Kimberly J. Sutherland Read more here: Restoring Teak Bench’s Wood Color?
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Pepperfry aiming at Rs 5000 crore sales by 2020

KOCHI: Leading Indian online furniture and home products marketing company Pepperfry is expanding its offline presence through its exclusive units as part of plan to strengthen its omni-channel strategy to achieve a sales turnover of Rs 5000 crore by 2020. Read more here: Pepperfry aiming at Rs 5000 crore sales by 2020
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Indo-Israeli innovation accelerator launched in India

NEW DELHI: Collaborative Intelligence (CI), an Indian Technology company, has partnered with Israel Tal Catran from TC Holdings, to launch the first Indo-Israeli Innovation Accelerator. Read more here: Indo-Israeli innovation accelerator launched in India
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Market is in an expensive territory but not a crazy territory: Howard Marks

You may say well why now, not six months ago? This is not a magic time but markets have gone higher and that means that prospective returns have moved lower at a time in my opinion when the risks have increased. Read more here: Market is in an expensive territory but not a crazy territory: Howard Marks
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Nandan Nilekani is probably the only voice of reason Narayana Murthy listens to: Shriram Subramanian, InGovern

As we have been saying this over the last five minutes, this would be music to the ears of shareholders across given Nilekani’s repute, what he has done with Aadhaar, I mean there is no taking away from the fact that he has great execution skills when it comes to a moment of crisis? Read more here: Nandan Nilekani is probably the only voice of reason Narayana Murthy listens to: Shriram Subramanian, InGovern
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To us the Rosneft deal signifies our ability to build assets: Prashant Ruia, Essar Group

In an interview with ET Now, Prashant Ruia, Director, Essar Group , talks about the group’s deal with Russia’s Rosneft. Edited excerpts: Prashant Ruia: This is not so much only about debt. It is about the ability of the Essar Group to create an asset from scratch in 1995 when we started Essar Oil. Read more here: To us the Rosneft deal signifies our ability to build assets: Prashant Ruia, Essar Group
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Expect Infosys to appreciate over 12 to 15 months: Dilip Bhat, Prabhudas Lilladher

Talking to ET Now, Dilip Bhat, Joint MD, Prabhudas Lilladher , says on a risk return basis, Infosys looks pretty good. One should accumulate it around the current levels. How did you see the whole Infosys saga play out and it is still unfolding as the transition takes place. Read more here: Expect Infosys to appreciate over 12 to 15 months: Dilip Bhat, Prabhudas Lilladher
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Milwaukee Workskin Performance Shirt Review

We all know what it’s like in the dead of summer, working outside with the sun beating down on us. Read more here: Milwaukee Workskin Performance Shirt Review
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Betting on these 2 wealth creation ideas: Avinnash Gorakssakar, Joindre Capital

In a chat with ET Now, Avinnash Gorakssakar, Joindre Capital , says bullish on Capital First and RCI Industries. What is the first stock that you would recommend? Read more here: Betting on these 2 wealth creation ideas: Avinnash Gorakssakar, Joindre Capital
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Forex policy does not impact our margins: Adhish Patil, CFO, Aarti Drugs

In an interview with ET Now, Adhish Patil, CFO, Aarti Drugs , gives his take on the company’s Q1 numbers and how the GST transition impacted the company. Edited excerpts: Let us talk to you first about the results. Read more here: Forex policy does not impact our margins: Adhish Patil, CFO, Aarti Drugs
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Australia court dismisses appeal against Adani coal mine project

MELBOURNE: Indian mining giant Adani Group’s 16.5 billion dollar controversy-hit coal mine project in Australia has cleared another hurdle with Brisbane Supreme Court dismissing an appeal filed by indigenous group against the project. The project involves dredging 1. Read more here: Australia court dismisses appeal against Adani coal mine project
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Over one year, Bharat 22 index has outperformed Sensex: Koel Ghosh, S&P Dow Jones Indices

While the Bharat 22 has shown a 20% return in the one year, the Sensex have shown a 17.4% return, says Koel Ghosh, S&P Dow Jones Indices, talking to ET Now. Read more here: Over one year, Bharat 22 index has outperformed Sensex: Koel Ghosh, S&P Dow Jones Indices
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MFs had poured 40% of money in tech sector in Infosys: Kaustubh Belapurkar, Morningstar India

Talking to ET Now, Kaustubh Belapurkar, Morningstar India, says since March, large-caps have actually marginally done better than the mid and small caps. The Infosys the stock is down 15% in August. Your research is indicating that in July mutual funds bought aggressively into Infosys. Read more here: MFs had poured 40% of money in tech sector in Infosys: Kaustubh Belapurkar, Morningstar India
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India's June quarter GDP to see modest recovery at 6.6%: Nomura

NEW DELHI: India is expected to see a modest recovery in GDP growth at 6.6 per cent for the April-June quarter as compared to 6.1 per cent in January-March, which was affected by demonetisation, says a Nomura report. Read more here: India’s June quarter GDP to see modest recovery at 6.6%: Nomura
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April-June quarter sees PE investments of $6.3 billion: Report

NEW DELHI: Private equity investment activity in India remained buoyant in the April-June quarter with investments worth $6.3 billion, a 51 per cent rise in deal value over a year-ago period, says a report. Read more here: April-June quarter sees PE investments of $6.3 billion: Report
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FMCG dealers seek to recover GST cost from companies

NEW DELHI: Companies in FMCG and consumer durable space are facing a surprise bouncer from their dealers experiencing goods and services tax (GST) transition blues. Read more here: FMCG dealers seek to recover GST cost from companies
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Government gets Rs 42,000 crore tax so far in first filing under GST

NEW DELHI: As much as Rs 42,000 crore has already come in as taxes so far in the first monthly filing under the new Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime and the revenues are expected to swell further as the filing cycle closes this later this week. Read more here: Government gets Rs 42,000 crore tax so far in first filing under GST
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Monday, 21 August 2017

Right time to bottom pick quality names: Deven Choksey

Talking to ET Now, Deven Choksey, KR Choksey Securities, says . this is a typically bull market correction and individual stocks may provide opportunity to enter at lower levels. Read more here: Right time to bottom pick quality names: Deven Choksey
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Why Amazon, Disney and Uber are courting this two-year-old startup

What does Amazon, Disney and Uber have in common? Aside from being large corporations drawing billions of dollars every year, their collaboration with a two-year-old startup bands them together - or rather sets them apart - in the tech-led business landscape. Read more here: Why Amazon, Disney and Uber are courting this two-year-old startup
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Zomato Treats crosses 21,500 subscriptions in four months

NEW DELHI: Restaurant discovery and food delivery company Zomato has crossed 21,500 subscriptions for Zomato Treats in the four months since the service’s launch in India, having served 1 lakh treats. Read more here: Zomato Treats crosses 21,500 subscriptions in four months
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Uber appoints Vishpala Reddy as Chief People Officer-India

BENGALURU: Uber has appointed former American Express executive Vishpala Reddy as the Chief People Officer for India and South Asia. Read more here: Uber appoints Vishpala Reddy as Chief People Officer-India
Read More Here: Uber appoints Vishpala Reddy as Chief People Officer-India

GE's Jeffrey Immelt tops list to replace Travis Kalanick as Uber CEO

Jeffrey Immelt, the former CEO of GE, is now the top candidate to become the new CEO of Uber, Recode reported on Saturday, citing “numerous” unnamed sources. Read more here: GE’s Jeffrey Immelt tops list to replace Travis Kalanick as Uber CEO
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Paytm Mall to put $35 million in tech to strengthen logistics

HYDERABAD: Paytm Mall, which is run by Paytm Ecommerce, will invest $35 million in technology and infrastructure to strengthen its logistics network. Read more here: Paytm Mall to put $35 million in tech to strengthen logistics
Read More Here: Paytm Mall to put $35 million in tech to strengthen logistics

Capital Float raises Rs 293 crore in Series C

BENGALURU: Digital lending startup Capital Float has raised Rs 293 crore in its Series-C round led by US-based fintech investor Ribbit Capital. Existing investors Sequoia Capital, SAIF Partners and Creation Investments also participated in the round. Read more here: Capital Float raises Rs 293 crore in Series C
Read More Here: Capital Float raises Rs 293 crore in Series C

Amazon, Flipkart ringing new bells to lift smartphone sales

NEW DELHI: Stagnation in the share of online segment in the smartphone retail market is making top ecommerce firms Flipkart and Amazon to work on new strategies, as they try to push sales of a category of products that brings the most revenue to them. Read more here: Amazon, Flipkart ringing new bells to lift smartphone sales
Read More Here: Amazon, Flipkart ringing new bells to lift smartphone sales

EasyGov gets funds from Rajan Anandan, Social Alpha, others

BENGALURU: EasyGov, a software as-a-service (SaaS) startup that provides cloud services to improve efficiency, transparency and effectiveness in delivery of government welfare schemes and services, has raised an undisclosed funding from an angel round led by Social Alpha, a Tata Trusts initiative, a Read more here: EasyGov gets funds from Rajan Anandan, Social Alpha, others
Read More Here: EasyGov gets funds from Rajan Anandan, Social Alpha, others

Uber in pact with Axis, HDFC Bank for UPI-based payments

MUMBAI: The worldwide cab hailing firm Uber has tied up with Axis Bank and HDFC Bank for UPI (Unified Payments Interface)-based payments. The announcement is expected in a couple of days. Read more here: Uber in pact with Axis, HDFC Bank for UPI-based payments
Read More Here: Uber in pact with Axis, HDFC Bank for UPI-based payments

EasyGov gets funds from Rajan Anandan, Social Alpha, others

BENGALURU: EasyGov, a software as-a-service (SaaS) startup that provides cloud services to improve efficiency, transparency and effectiveness in delivery of government welfare schemes and services, has raised an undisclosed funding from an angel round led by Social Alpha, a Tata Trusts initiative, a Read more here: EasyGov gets funds from Rajan Anandan, Social Alpha, others
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5 Ways to Use Wood to Create Warmth in Your Home

Wood adds a bit of natural warmth to a home, but knowing when and where to use it can be a challenge. Read more here: 5 Ways to Use Wood to Create Warmth in Your Home
Read More Here: 5 Ways to Use Wood to Create Warmth in Your Home

Lift a 20-Ton Block

How to Make Sure You’re Not Buying a Money PitCentipede Sawhorse Video SpotlightSawStop Jobsite Saw Video SpotlightShadoe Track Hidden Deck Fasteners (Video)Video: Install Shadoe Track Hidden Deck FastenersNail Gun News for the DIY’er Read more here: Lift a 20-Ton Block
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Standoff between Coal India, unions over salary hikes

KOLKATA: Coal India management has said it cannot afford the extent of salary hike its unions are asking because its fund position would not permit. Read more here: Standoff between Coal India, unions over salary hikes
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Eight startups picked for IIMB Non-Profit Incubator

MUMBAI: The NS Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (NSRCEL) at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore has selected eight early-stage non-profits for an 18-month incubation programme. Read more here: Eight startups picked for IIMB Non-Profit Incubator
Read More Here: Eight startups picked for IIMB Non-Profit Incubator

We got excellent support from Indian banks: Tony Fountain, Chairman, Essar Oil

In a chat with ET Now, Tony Fountain, Chairman, Essar Oil, talks about the Rosneft-Essar Oil deal. Edited excerpts: ET Now: Was it difficult to convince investors? Read more here: We got excellent support from Indian banks: Tony Fountain, Chairman, Essar Oil
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Fino ties up with FIS for financial services technology

FIS will provide a fully integrated banking and payments platform through a completely outsourced delivery model. Read more here: Fino ties up with FIS for financial services technology
Read More Here: Fino ties up with FIS for financial services technology

ItzCash owner Ebix acquires YouFirst Money Express

BENGALURU: Ebix, which recently acquired a majority stake in Indian payment company ItzCash, has acquired YouFirst Money Express, a subsidiary of YouFirst Ventures Pvt. Ltd, promoted by former Citibanker and Reliance Capital executive Vikrant Gugnani. Read more here: ItzCash owner Ebix acquires YouFirst Money Express
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LoanAdda launches LoanSwift for analysis of non traditional credit data

MUMBAI: Fintech platform LoanAdda has launched LoanSwift which will enable it to analyze vast amounts of non-traditional credit data to increase loan approval rates and reduce the risk of credit decisions, particularly for millennials who are mostly accessing credit for the first time. Read more here: LoanAdda launches LoanSwift for analysis of non traditional credit data
Read More Here: LoanAdda launches LoanSwift for analysis of non traditional credit data

Markets likely to remain volatile till mid-October: Sanjeev Zarbade

In a chat with ET Now, Sanjeev Zarbade, Vice President-PCG Research, Kotak Securities, gives his market outlook. Edited excerpts: ET Now: What sense are you getting from some of your HNI and PMS clients? Are you getting a sense that they are in a mood to book profit? Read more here: Markets likely to remain volatile till mid-October: Sanjeev Zarbade
Read More Here: Markets likely to remain volatile till mid-October: Sanjeev Zarbade

Digital lending startup Capital Float raises Rs 293 crore in Series C

BENGALURU: Digital lending startup Capital Float has raised Rs 293 crore in its Series C round led by US-based fintech investor Ribbit Capital. Existing investors Sequoia Capital, SAIF Partners and Creation Investments also participated in the round. Read more here: Digital lending startup Capital Float raises Rs 293 crore in Series C
Read More Here: Digital lending startup Capital Float raises Rs 293 crore in Series C

Narayana Murthy never doubted Vishal Sikka's performance: V Balakrishnan, former CFO, Infosys

In a chat with ET Now, V Balakrishnan, Former CFO, Infosys, talks about the turbulence in the IT bellwether. Edited excerpts: ET Now: There is news that the founders will participate in the buyback? Read more here: Narayana Murthy never doubted Vishal Sikka’s performance: V Balakrishnan, former CFO, Infosys
Read More Here: Narayana Murthy never doubted Vishal Sikka's performance: V Balakrishnan, former CFO, Infosys

Uber gets new Chief People Officer for India, South Asia

NEW DELHI: Uber, has appointed Vishpala Reddy as the Chief People Officer for India and South Asia. Prior to joining Uber, Reddy was vice president and the HR head for American Express in India. During her 12-year stint with American Express, she held diverse roles in HR. Read more here: Uber gets new Chief People Officer for India, South Asia
Read More Here: Uber gets new Chief People Officer for India, South Asia

We are upbeat on these 2 themes: Lalit Nambiar, UTI Mutual Fund

It has been all about Infosys ever since Friday when the news came about that Vishal Sikka has called it quits. Read more here: We are upbeat on these 2 themes: Lalit Nambiar, UTI Mutual Fund
Read More Here: We are upbeat on these 2 themes: Lalit Nambiar, UTI Mutual Fund

Tech feasibility issues hurt Volkswagen alliance plan: Guenter Butschek, Tata Motors

In a chat with ET Now, Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD, Tata Motors, talks about his company. Edited excerpts: ET Now: With the Volkswagen deal falling through, it must be a big setback at least in terms of pruning your cost structure. Read more here: Tech feasibility issues hurt Volkswagen alliance plan: Guenter Butschek, Tata Motors
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Betting on 2 stocks for wealth creation: Gaurang Shah, Geojit Financial Services

Talking to ET Now, Gaurang Shah , Head Investment Strategist, Geojit Financial Services Ltd , says bullish on TCI and RBL Bank for making money. What is the first idea that you have for us? Read more here: Betting on 2 stocks for wealth creation: Gaurang Shah, Geojit Financial Services
Read More Here: Betting on 2 stocks for wealth creation: Gaurang Shah, Geojit Financial Services

Ryobi Garage Camera Review

Ryobi is a power tool manufacturer brand that is sold exclusively through The Home Depot. Their target market is the homeowner. As far as I am concerned, Ryobi is the only brand that I feel a homeowner should invest in. Read more here: Ryobi Garage Camera Review
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Flipkart's products now available to global customers

BENGALURU: Products on Flipkart will now be available to online shoppers in nearly 200 countries through the Indian ecommerce company’s partnership with eBay. Flipkart has launched a global programme to allow its sellers to sell to customers globally in partnership with eBay. Read more here: Flipkart’s products now available to global customers
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Essar-Rosneft deal is a major milestone in oil and gas industry: RS Sharma, Former CMD, ONGC

In a chat with ET Now, RS Sharma, Former CMD, ONGC, talks about the Essar-Rosneft deal. Edited excerpts: ET Now: Rosneft has finally checked into Essar Oil. The deal has been complete and Rosneft will now be owning about 98% in Essar Oil. Your initial thoughts on this deal completion. Read more here: Essar-Rosneft deal is a major milestone in oil and gas industry: RS Sharma, Former CMD, ONGC
Read More Here: Essar-Rosneft deal is a major milestone in oil and gas industry: RS Sharma, Former CMD, ONGC

Big thrust on better quality FMCG cos: S Krishna Kumar, Sundaram MF

Talking to ET Now, S Krishna Kumar, Sundaram MF , says the kicker would come in the next 12-18 months in the FMCG space that is what the market is betting on. Everything in the market is priced to perfection. Read more here: Big thrust on better quality FMCG cos: S Krishna Kumar, Sundaram MF
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Expect consumers to get used to fewer liquor outlets: Shekhar Ramamurthy, United Breweries

In a chat with ET Now, Shekhar Ramamurthy, MD, United Breweries, talks about his company’s Q1 numbers. Edited excerpts: ET Now: The quarter gone by was in a sense an extraordinary quarter for you. Read more here: Expect consumers to get used to fewer liquor outlets: Shekhar Ramamurthy, United Breweries
Read More Here: Expect consumers to get used to fewer liquor outlets: Shekhar Ramamurthy, United Breweries

Uber hikes Hong Kong fees amid legal troubles

HONG KONG: Uber Technologies Inc on Monday hiked its Hong Kong fees by up to 80 percent after a review of its business there, the embattled ridesharing company said, adding it was not having issues financing its operations in the Asian financial hub. Read more here: Uber hikes Hong Kong fees amid legal troubles
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Corporate profits downslide continues in Q1 of 2017-18 due to GST

Another quarterly results season has ended with lacklustre numbers from India Inc. The aggregate net profit of 2,418 companies fell 8.63% in the first quarter of 2017-18, compared to the same period last year. Read more here: Corporate profits downslide continues in Q1 of 2017-18 due to GST
Read More Here: Corporate profits downslide continues in Q1 of 2017-18 due to GST

Infosys is a complete avoid except for traders: Kunj Bansal, Centrum Wealth

A few sectors which are at the high are supporting the market and a few sectors despite market being high, are at significantly lower levels. That is where a lot of investment opportunities are coming in because one is not clear whether the market will continue to go up. At least I am not clear. Read more here: Infosys is a complete avoid except for traders: Kunj Bansal, Centrum Wealth
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Sunday, 20 August 2017

Share corporate and common brand values with Mars Food: Ashok Vasudevan, Tasty Bite

In a chat with ET Now, Ashok Vasudevan, Chairman & CEO, Tasty Bite, talks about his company’s plans after the Mars- Preferred Brands deal. Edited excerpts: ET Now: What prompted this ownership rejig and what was the initial trigger? Read more here: Share corporate and common brand values with Mars Food: Ashok Vasudevan, Tasty Bite
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Betting on these 3 spaces right now: Harendra Kumar, Elara Capital

Talking to ET Now, Harendra Kumar , MD-Institutional Equities, Elara Capital , says likes Vedanta in metals, the aviation pack as well as the gas and oil stocks like GAIL, Gujarat Petronet, or Gujarat Gas. What is your take on Infosys buyback? Will that act as a back support for the market? Read more here: Betting on these 3 spaces right now: Harendra Kumar, Elara Capital
Read More Here: Betting on these 3 spaces right now: Harendra Kumar, Elara Capital

Expect margins to be back on track from Q2 onwards: Achal Bakeri

In a chat with ET Now, Achal Bakeri, promoter, Symphony, talks about GST’s impact on his company’s Q1 numbers. Edited excerpts: ET Now: Has GST hurt your Q1 numbers? Read more here: Expect margins to be back on track from Q2 onwards: Achal Bakeri
Read More Here: Expect margins to be back on track from Q2 onwards: Achal Bakeri

I am a great believer in India’s future: Howard Marks, Oaktree Capital Management

Talking to ET Now, Howard Marks, Co-Chairman, Oaktree Capital Management, says Iif you are buying a great thing at a modest price, it is wonderful. If you are buying a great thing at a eye-popping price, it may be a mistake. Read more here: I am a great believer in India’s future: Howard Marks, Oaktree Capital Management
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Need instant personal loan? CASHe will scan your Facebook friends' list to decide if you are worthy

Name of the Company: CASHe Launch date: April 2016 Founding team: V Raman Kumar Location: Mumbai Funding Raised in 2017: $3. Read more here: Need instant personal loan? CASHe will scan your Facebook friends’ list to decide if you are worthy
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Aadhaar a big boost for financial services firms: Capital First

The Narendra Modi-led government is having substantial impact on startups, particularly with Aadhaar boosting growth for financial services companies, Capital First chairman V Vaidyanathan said in closing remarks at The Economic Times Startup Awards on Friday. Read more here: Aadhaar a big boost for financial services firms: Capital First
Read More Here: Aadhaar a big boost for financial services firms: Capital First

With Vishal Sikka's exit, all eyes on Infosys' Narayana Murthy at ET Startup Awards

BENGALURU: All eyes were on India’s most-storied tech entrepreneur, Infosys co-founder NR Narayana Murthy, at The Economic Times Startup Awards. The day had been rocky with Infosys’ first external chief executive, Vishal Sikka, quitting amid unceasing tensions with the `promoter’ camp. Read more here: With Vishal Sikka’s exit, all eyes on Infosys’ Narayana Murthy at ET Startup Awards
Read More Here: With Vishal Sikka's exit, all eyes on Infosys' Narayana Murthy at ET Startup Awards

Startups should adopt 10-20 villages for digital innovation: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Digital India is designed to bridge the digital divide between the digital haves and the have nots. Therefore, the govt always says that digital inclusion is very important. Read more here: Startups should adopt 10-20 villages for digital innovation: Ravi Shankar Prasad
Read More Here: Startups should adopt 10-20 villages for digital innovation: Ravi Shankar Prasad

ET Startup Awards: 'India to be digitally-rich before being economically wealthy'

As India’s startup sector pads up for its next phase of growth, some of the country’s top entrepreneurs and investors took the dais at The Economic Times Startup Awards to discuss a burning issue -`Growing Pains: Managing Culture, Scale and Returns. Read more here: ET Startup Awards: ‘India to be digitally-rich before being economically wealthy’
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It's prudent to book some profits: Krishna Memani, Oppenheimer Funds

Indian markets could see a bigger correction than other markets in case flows into emerging markets suffer due to lack of earnings growth support, said Krishna Memani, chief investment officer at OppenheimerFunds . Read more here: It’s prudent to book some profits: Krishna Memani, Oppenheimer Funds
Read More Here: It's prudent to book some profits: Krishna Memani, Oppenheimer Funds

Country's top entrepreneurs praise government's steps to boost startup activity

BENGALURU: Values and perseverance, ambition and vision are attributes that entrepreneurs must possess in plenty, according to a galaxy of stalwarts who gathered to celebrate the spirit of enterprise at India’s de facto startup summit in Bengaluru on Friday. Read more here: Country’s top entrepreneurs praise government’s steps to boost startup activity
Read More Here: Country's top entrepreneurs praise government's steps to boost startup activity

Coal India seeks to limit wage outgo

KOLKATA: The Coal India is targeting to limit its financial outgo in the latest wage negotiations – National Coal Wage Agreement X – which led to inconclusive outcome at the three-day-long intense marathon meeting. Read more here: Coal India seeks to limit wage outgo
Read More Here: Coal India seeks to limit wage outgo

For this startup, GST is good business

Name of the Company: GSTSTAR Launch date: January 2016 Founding team: Shailesh Kumar Agrawal, Balaji GS Rao, Badrinarayan Sahoo and Chaithanya Mohana Anisetti Location: Bengaluru Funding raised in 2017: $1 million Overall funding raised since starting up: $1 million Strength of the company: 70 Read more here: For this startup, GST is good business
Read More Here: For this startup, GST is good business

Finished steel export surges 64 pc in Jul, import too picks up

NEW DELHI: Finished steel export jumped by 64.2 per cent to 0.770 million tonne (mt) in July compared to 0.469 mt in the same month last year, says a report. Import of finished steel also shot up by 42.2 per cent at 0.798 mt in July this year compared to 0. Read more here: Finished steel export surges 64 pc in Jul, import too picks up
Read More Here: Finished steel export surges 64 pc in Jul, import too picks up

Saturday, 19 August 2017

5 things founders should know about investors

MUMBAI: There is always a gap between what an investor thinks is fair — whether the terms of funding or valuation — and what a founder thinks he ought to get. Founders, especially first time entrepreneurs, can find negotiations with angel investors and early stage ventures challenging. Read more here: 5 things founders should know about investors
Read More Here: 5 things founders should know about investors

'We have no fancy titles like CEO or MD': Baskar Subramanian, co-founder, Amagi Media Labs

CHENNAI: Baskar Subramanian, K A Srinivasan and Srividhya Srinivasan worked together for three years at Texas Instruments soon after graduating in computer science. Read more here: ‘We have no fancy titles like CEO or MD’: Baskar Subramanian, co-founder, Amagi Media Labs
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​L&T Chairman Anil Manibhai Naik: 75, not out

Anil Manibhai Naik, chairman of Larsen & Toubro, walks in for lunch and looks at his watch. It is 1.33 pm, and his next meeting is at 1.38 pm. “I will have to finish in 10 minutes,” he says, sitting down at the table nearest to the vegetarian spread laid out in a buffet. Read more here: ​L&T Chairman Anil Manibhai Naik: 75, not out
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From Flipkart vs Amazon to MakeMyTrip vs Yatra, two-horse races in the online world

Nearly 16 hours or 740 km north of Delhi is the cold desert mountain valley of Spiti, nestled among the Trans-Himalayas. It is often cut off from the mainland by snow drifts from early October every year. Read more here: From Flipkart vs Amazon to MakeMyTrip vs Yatra, two-horse races in the online world
Read More Here: From Flipkart vs Amazon to MakeMyTrip vs Yatra, two-horse races in the online world

Government extends last date for filing and payment of GST by 5 days

NEW DELHI: The government has extended the last date for payment of Goods and Services Tax and filing of the simplified return — Form 3B for the month of July to August 25 as technical glitch hit the GSTN portal making filing difficult on the last day. Read more here: Government extends last date for filing and payment of GST by 5 days
Read More Here: Government extends last date for filing and payment of GST by 5 days

Confusion among traders as GST filing site stops functioning

NEW DELHI: Traders across the country faced problems on Saturday as the Goods and Services Tax (GST) filing website stopped functioning for some time, a day ahead of the last date for filing GST returns. “The GST site has been working intermittently since 12 noon. Read more here: Confusion among traders as GST filing site stops functioning
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Kunal Bothra's 2 trading picks for Monday

Talking to ET Now, Kunal Bothra, Independent Market Analyst, says bullish on Bharat Finance and SAIL for Monday trading. ET Now: It has been a choppy volatile ride. We have had patches of consolidation. Markets have reacted to global weakness as well in the week gone by. Read more here: Kunal Bothra’s 2 trading picks for Monday
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We have moved Infosys from our top pick to number four: Ravi Menon, Elara Capital

Talking to ET Now, Ravi Menon, Elara Capital, says he is looking at Sikka’s exit as being disastrous for Infosys and thinks he had done a fantastic job. With him, Infosys has lost a product visionary. Read more here: We have moved Infosys from our top pick to number four: Ravi Menon, Elara Capital
Read More Here: We have moved Infosys from our top pick to number four: Ravi Menon, Elara Capital

Infosys buyback offer not exciting enough to change market sentiment: Deven Choksey

Talking to ET Now, Deven Choksey, MD, KR Choksey Investment Managers, says the Infosys stock price is likely to stay in range and investors will wait for a board restructuring or the selection of a proven CEO. Read more here: Infosys buyback offer not exciting enough to change market sentiment: Deven Choksey
Read More Here: Infosys buyback offer not exciting enough to change market sentiment: Deven Choksey

Lack of corporate governance is sure path to destruction for cos: NR Narayana Murthy

Talking to ET Now at the sidelines of the ET Startup Awards, NR Narayana Murthy, Co-Founder, Infosys, says that if we lose transparency, if we lose fairness, if we lose accountability, that is the absolutely sure path to quick destruction. Read more here: Lack of corporate governance is sure path to destruction for cos: NR Narayana Murthy
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Can Complan com-back?

In the nicest sense of the term, Vikramjeet Singh, CMO, KraftHeinz is a marketing nerd. Read more here: Can Complan com-back?
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Can Complan com-back?

In the nicest sense of the term, Vikramjeet Singh, CMO, KraftHeinz is a marketing nerd. Read more here: Can Complan com-back?
Read More Here: Can Complan com-back?

'I'll be replaced as the face of Trivago if the ads don't work'

People generally put a face to a name. On March 22, 2017, Brand Equity put a name to a face, and gave direction to a lot of people’s angst. This was the face of Trivago India’s TV commercials. The face that has received more brickbats than Ram Gopal Varma Ki Aag can manage in six lifetimes. Read more here: ‘I’ll be replaced as the face of Trivago if the ads don’t work’
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Artificial Intelligence - Altering the loyalty jigsaw for brands

Global economy may continue to get into a tilt or a stable mode from time to time, however, one factor which has generally showcased only an upward tilt is the consumer demand. The rise in consumers’ demand is the driving force which is pushing the brands to carve unique experiences for them. Read more here: Artificial Intelligence - Altering the loyalty jigsaw for brands
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Catch the rabbit: Prepare your business for AI

Isaac Asimov, the founding father of literature on artificial intelligence and robotics, one of my favourite authors said, “The first step in making rabbit stew is catching the rabbit”. You may go on and ask what is the connection between rabbit and AI. Read more here: Catch the rabbit: Prepare your business for AI
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Buyback to give opportunity to exit Infosys stocks: Dipan Mehta, BSE & NSE

Talking to ET Now, Dipan Mehta, Member, BSE & NSE, says latest developments have made Infosys that much more unattractive compared to other IT companies. ET Now: As a market expert, what do you make of the latest saga at Infosys. What does it mean for people who hold shares in Infosys today? Read more here: Buyback to give opportunity to exit Infosys stocks: Dipan Mehta, BSE & NSE
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GST Return Filing: How to handle discounts and additional cost

One of the sea changes brought about by the GST era is the way we determine the value of goods and services. As a business, one needs to be aware of the changes in the valuation method and also how to go about valuation in some special cases, for e.g. Read more here: GST Return Filing: How to handle discounts and additional cost
Read More Here: GST Return Filing: How to handle discounts and additional cost

Friday, 18 August 2017

Government to give preference to startup products

NEW DELHI: Addressing one of the key demands of the startup industry, the government will alter its policies to give preference to startup products which will not only help them participate in critical projects but also help government get access to innovative solutions, said minister for electronic Read more here: Government to give preference to startup products
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Bugworks Research wins Top Innovator at ET Startup Awards 2017

BENGALURU: Anand Anandkumar, CEO of Bugworks Research, was thankful that The Economic Times has given a platform for scientific innovation. Read more here: Bugworks Research wins Top Innovator at ET Startup Awards 2017
Read More Here: Bugworks Research wins Top Innovator at ET Startup Awards 2017

Swiggy wins Startup of the Year at ET Startup Awards 2017

BENGALURU: India’s food-tech industry has been going downhill largely because of weak business models and shoddy execution in catering to hungry customers. At least one company, though, has been able to swim against the tide with foresight, grit and tremendous business smarts. Read more here: Swiggy wins Startup of the Year at ET Startup Awards 2017
Read More Here: Swiggy wins Startup of the Year at ET Startup Awards 2017

Midas Touch Award for Best Investor: SAIF Partner's Ravi Adusumalli

BENGALURU: For Ravi Adusumalli, Managing Partner of SAIF Partners, being awarded the Midas Touch Award for Best Investor at The Economic Times Startup Awards 2017, was probably delayed recognition of an investor the public barely knows about. Read more here: Midas Touch Award for Best Investor: SAIF Partner’s Ravi Adusumalli
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Comeback Kid Award: For the founders of Nestaway, it's about trying and retrying

BENGALURU: The young team at NestAway has seen it all - the fire of being an entrepreneur, the highs and the lows. Read more here: Comeback Kid Award: For the founders of Nestaway, it’s about trying and retrying
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Encouraging signs of more domestic capital in the startup ecosystem: Nandan Nilekani

BENGALURU: At a time when foreign capital primarily continues to fund India’s startup ecosystem, Nandan Nilekani, former chief executive of Infosys Technologies, pointed out that there were signs that domestic investors were beginning to weigh in as well. Read more here: Encouraging signs of more domestic capital in the startup ecosystem: Nandan Nilekani
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Pandorum: First in India to design and 3D-print human liver tissues

Arun Chandru, cofounder of Pandorum Technologies, was thankful to the growing biotech ecosystem, as he received the Top Innovator Award on behalf of his team. Pandorum is one of the two winners of the Top Innovator Award. “We are thrilled and honored to be awarded by this eminent ET jury. Read more here: Pandorum: First in India to design and 3D-print human liver tissues
Read More Here: Pandorum: First in India to design and 3D-print human liver tissues

Aibono wins Social Enterprise Award at the ET Startup Awards 2017

BENGALURU: Aibono, founded by Vivek Rajkumar, a 30-year-old engineer from IIT Madras won the social enterprise award at The Economic Times Startup Awards. The agri-tech startup shares farm-related intelligence, technology, expertise and gadgets with farmers to help them improve yields. Read more here: Aibono wins Social Enterprise Award at the ET Startup Awards 2017
Read More Here: Aibono wins Social Enterprise Award at the ET Startup Awards 2017

Nykaa is based on a great customer connect, a prudent business model

For Falguni Nayar, the switch from the rarified world of investment banking to the finicky world of online beauty retailing has been rather smooth. At the ET Startup Awards 2017, Nayar, CEO of Nykaa, was announced the winner in the ‘ET Facebook Woman Ahead’ category. Read more here: Nykaa is based on a great customer connect, a prudent business model
Read More Here: Nykaa is based on a great customer connect, a prudent business model

We started with the vision to make energy sector safe and efficient: Detect Technologies CEO Daniel David

BENGALURU: Detect Technologies, one among the several startups from the incubation cell at IIT Madras, was chosen as the best startup to have emerged from a college campus for 2017. Read more here: We started with the vision to make energy sector safe and efficient: Detect Technologies CEO Daniel David
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Carving Texture and Patterns into Bowls

In their drive for the perfect art form, bowl turners are constantly experimenting with shape. This can range from entirely functional to pure art that is not very usable at all. An artistic technique that I really like is carving designs into the outside or rim of a bowl. Read more here: Carving Texture and Patterns into Bowls
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Never took pride in being bootstrapped: Wingify founder Paras Chopra

BENGALURU: Started in 2009 by Paras Chopra, the website optimization company is among a few product start-ups that have bootstrapped their way to success. The Delhi-based company makes technology products to determine and analyze traffic on a website, helping businesses make informed decisions. Read more here: Never took pride in being bootstrapped: Wingify founder Paras Chopra
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Transparency is core to scaling up and culture: Narayana Murthy

BENGALURU: Businesses can have ups and downs but values and culture should not, said N.R. Narayana Murthy, co-founder of Infosys, whose board is in the midst of a corporate battle with the former chairman after Vishal Sikka resigned as chief executive on Friday. Read more here: Transparency is core to scaling up and culture: Narayana Murthy
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Small scale dealers in Kerala organise to take on the might of biggies

KOCHI: To catch the attention of the consumers in the face of marketing blitz of big companies and to strengthen their monetary muscle, the small scale home appliances dealers in Kerala have formed an organisation. Read more here: Small scale dealers in Kerala organise to take on the might of biggies
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Vishal Sikka's exit could impact Infosys business: Maulik Patel

In a chat with ET Now, Maulik Patel, Director, Equirus Capital said that there could be a disappointment in terms of Infosys buyback. The employees moral can probably be again little low and this could impact the business going forward. Edited excerpts: Read more here: Vishal Sikka’s exit could impact Infosys business: Maulik Patel
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It is a sordid saga at Infosys, board has not acted responsibly: Ajay Bagga

Talking to ET Now, Ajay Bagga , market expert, says it is the minority shareholders who have lost out the most in the whole saga. Read more here: It is a sordid saga at Infosys, board has not acted responsibly: Ajay Bagga
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'Govt policies creating conducive milieu for startups'

NEW DELHI: India is set to become one of the most attractive destinations for startups and businesses in coming years, Union minister Jitendra Singh said. Read more here: ‘Govt policies creating conducive milieu for startups’
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It is a wait and watch mode on Infosys for now: Mayuresh Joshi, Angel Broking

Talking to ET Now, Mayuresh Joshi , Fund Manager, Angel Broking , says tomorrow’s meeting would also throw light in terms of the size of the buyback and the pricing of the buyback and all these factors might have say in terms of how the stock might behave from a short to medium term perspective. Read more here: It is a wait and watch mode on Infosys for now: Mayuresh Joshi, Angel Broking
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Infosys uncertainty would hasten people’s perception: Ajay Garg

In a chat ET Now, Ajay Garg, Equirus Capital said the Infosys uncertainty would hasten people’s perception to that end. He also said that the buyback and the unprecedented level of cash being paid out by the IT companies are very less. Edited excerpts: Read more here: Infosys uncertainty would hasten people’s perception: Ajay Garg
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Ryobi Cooling Cooler Review

Ryobi is an incredible power tool manufacturer. They know their market (Homeowners) and create awesome products to support their customers. Read more here: Ryobi Cooling Cooler Review
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There is going to be a turning time for Infosys after Vishal Sikka's exit: Harish HV

In a chat with ET Now Harish HV, Grant Thornton said that the it is sad that the board is going against the founders today. Questions on governance issues that the founders raised in the public domain were not fully answered. Edited excerpts: Read more here: There is going to be a turning time for Infosys after Vishal Sikka’s exit: Harish HV
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Infosys board has never reacted so strongly in the past: Deepak Shenoy, Capital Mind

Talking to ET Now, Deepak Shenoy, Capital Mind , says the board has come out saying strongly that just because promoters have a certain stake in the company, it does not mean they can derail the company by making all these allegations. Read more here: Infosys board has never reacted so strongly in the past: Deepak Shenoy, Capital Mind
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Vishal Sikka’s resignation raises promoters vs professionals question: Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC

When I was walking in the morning someone asked me for a tip and my first reaction was Tata SIP. I guess that is where we are headed. Read more here: Vishal Sikka’s resignation raises promoters vs professionals question: Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC
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An Infosys insider who has stakeholders’ trust will be suitable: Vikas Khemani, Edelweiss Securities

Talking to ET Now, Vikas Khemani, Edelweiss Securities, says an insider will be better placed to kind of lead a company through the turbulent times. How do you look at this entire saga and this final decision by Vishal Sikka to quit Infosys? Read more here: An Infosys insider who has stakeholders’ trust will be suitable: Vikas Khemani, Edelweiss Securities
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Lot of public utterances by Infosys founders led to Vishal Sikka's exit: Harsh Goenka

“Vishal was realising that things were coming to an end because there have been a lot of public utterances by the founders on Vishal Sikka’s,” Harsh Goenka said. Read more here: Lot of public utterances by Infosys founders led to Vishal Sikka’s exit: Harsh Goenka
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Thursday, 17 August 2017

Desi tech solutions thrive at Amazon

BENGALURU: Seattle-based etailing giant Amazon has invested heavily in technology platforms such as artificial intelligence, data analytics and machine language to increase customer footprint and reduce seller pain points, a senior executive told ET. Read more here: Desi tech solutions thrive at Amazon
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Freshworks launches its recruitment management software, Freshteam

BENGALURU: Cloud-based business software provider Freshworks has launched Freshteam, a recruitment management software that helps businesses organise their talent acquisition function, engage with candidates and better align the human resources function to business goals. Read more here: Freshworks launches its recruitment management software, Freshteam
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On-demand payments provider Instamojo raises capital from Anypay, Kalaari Capital

MUMBAI: On-demand payments provider Instamojo has raised an undisclosed amount of capital from Japanese payments firm Anypay. The round also saw participation from existing investor Kalaari Capital. The pre-series B round marks Anypay’s foray into the Indian internet landscape. Read more here: On-demand payments provider Instamojo raises capital from Anypay, Kalaari Capital
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We should separate Trump troubles from markets: V Anantha Nageswaran, Vansight

Talking to ET Now, V Anantha Nageswaran, Vansight , says the market has been overvalued by most parameters and it needs only a flimsy excuse to come down because there is not much room for error at these levels, that is the real issue. Read more here: We should separate Trump troubles from markets: V Anantha Nageswaran, Vansight
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US accelerator digs for gold in this land of tech & talent

David Cohen and David Brown, co-CEOs of Techstars, in an interview with ET ahead of the company’s India launch spoke of their plans for startups in the country. Here are edited excerpts: Economic Times (ET): Why did you want to launch in India? Read more here: US accelerator digs for gold in this land of tech & talent
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Sachin & I leaned on each other in moments of crisis: Binny Bansal, Group CEO, Flipkart

When we started Flipkart, the ecosystem didn’t really exist. Sachin (Bansal) and I supported each other mostly. We called each other in times of crisis. We look at ideas from different perspectives. Read more here: Sachin & I leaned on each other in moments of crisis: Binny Bansal, Group CEO, Flipkart
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US-based startup accelerator Techstars enters into a JV with ANSR for India opearations

BENGALURU: US-based startup accelerator Techstars, which counts remote computing platform DigitalOcean and other startup successes among graduates, has launched operations in India. Techstars operates in several cities globally, including in New York City, London and Paris. Read more here: US-based startup accelerator Techstars enters into a JV with ANSR for India opearations
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Prime Minister to meet fintech entrepreneurs to discuss reforms on August 21 & 22

MUMBAI: After chief executives of startups, it’s the turn for the disruptors in the financial services space to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi for an exchange of ideas and discussions around innovation in this sector. Read more here: Prime Minister to meet fintech entrepreneurs to discuss reforms on August 21 & 22
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All roads lead to ET Startup Awards today; Ravi Shankar Prasad, Piyush Goyal, Siddaramaiah star attractions

BENGALURU: The best and the brightest of India’s startup ecosystem will congregate in the city this evening to celebrate the thriving spirit of entrepreneurship in the country at the third edition of The Economic Times Startup Awards. Read more here: All roads lead to ET Startup Awards today; Ravi Shankar Prasad, Piyush Goyal, Siddaramaiah star attractions
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DTE Energy Wants to Build 1,100-Megawatt, $946 Million Gas-fired Power Plant

SUGAR LAND–August 15, 2017–Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)–DTE Energy Company (NYSE:DTE) (Detroit, Michigan), a combination electric and gas utility, earlier this month filed a request with Michigan regulators to build a 1,100-megawatt (MW), $946 million na Read more here: DTE Energy Wants to Build 1,100-Megawatt, $946 Million Gas-fired Power Plant
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Uber appoints Brooks Entwistle as chief business officer, Asia Pacific region

BENGALURU: San Francisco headquartered cab hailing firm Uber has appointed Brooks Entwistle as chief business officer, Asia Pacific region. Read more here: Uber appoints Brooks Entwistle as chief business officer, Asia Pacific region
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Cambridge Innovations makes partial exit from Roadzen, nets $2,50,000

HYDERABAD: Cambridge Innovations (CI), the investment arm of BSE listed Cambridge Technology Enterprises (CITE), has announced partially exiting from an early stage investment in Roadzen, an insurance technology firm, with a realisation of $2,50,000. Read more here: Cambridge Innovations makes partial exit from Roadzen, nets $2,50,000
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Indian steel makers' earnings to be steady: Moody's

NEW DELHI: Indian steel makers’ earnings will be stable or rise in the next 12 months on the back of rising domestic demand and protectionist measures, Moody’s Investors Service said today. Read more here: Indian steel makers’ earnings to be steady: Moody’s
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PROJECT: Steamer Trunk Dresser

Add a sense of history to your clothing storage with this dresser built to resemble a steamer trunk. Read more here: PROJECT: Steamer Trunk Dresser
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Government extends deadline to file GSTR 3B return to August 28

The deadline for first GST Return, GSTR- 3B, has been extended (states are still coming up with Notifications) to August 28 from its original deadline of August 20. Read more here: Government extends deadline to file GSTR 3B return to August 28
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Assam drafting law for preferential treatment to small scale industries

GUWAHATI: In the lines of scrapped Assam preferential stores purchase act, 1989 which gave preferential treatment to small scale industries, BJP led Assam government will bring a new act which will accord preferential treatment to goods produced by MSMEs and small scale industrial units. Read more here: Assam drafting law for preferential treatment to small scale industries
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We continue to remain reasonably bullish on the oil and gas space: Harish Krishnan

Harish Krishnan, Sr VP & Fund Manager Equity at Kotak MF talks about the scale and scope of MF investment in India. He talks to ET Now about the current trend in the SIP. Read more here: We continue to remain reasonably bullish on the oil and gas space: Harish Krishnan
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The recent correction was not even a correction: Deepak Shenoy, Capital Mind

Talking to ET Now, Deepak Shenoy , Founder, Capital Mind , says more buying opportunities will come going forward. The market is catching us off guard in the kind of intraday volatility that we are seeing. Suffice to say that you are advising clients to go a bit light. Read more here: The recent correction was not even a correction: Deepak Shenoy, Capital Mind
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If you are starting SIP now, go for a large-cap or balanced fund: Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC

Talking to ET Now, Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC , says there was a time when Sensex going to 10,000 was a big thing. Today no one cares about 10,000. What should be the target number this year? Read more here: If you are starting SIP now, go for a large-cap or balanced fund: Nilesh Shah, Kotak AMC
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Betting on 2 wealth creation ideas: G Chokkalingam, Equinomics

Talking to ET Now, G Chokkalingam , Founder & MD, Equinomics Research & Advisory , says bullish on Tata Sponge and MRF. What is your first recommendation? Read more here: Betting on 2 wealth creation ideas: G Chokkalingam, Equinomics
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Milwaukee Mud Mixer Review

When it comes to new power tools, not too many manufacturers can compete with Milwaukee Tool. Week after week, month after month and year after year, Milwaukee Tool has been pumping out some very cool and productive new tools for the professional tradesmen. Read more here: Milwaukee Mud Mixer Review
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1,500 delegates to participate in Global Entrepreneurship Summit

NEW DELHI: Around 1,500 delegates from over 160 countries will participate in the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) to be held in Hyderabad from November 28-30, that will see the US President’s daughter Ivanka Trump leading her country’s delegation, an official said here on Thursday. Read more here: 1,500 delegates to participate in Global Entrepreneurship Summit
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Two small-cap ideas for long-term: Ashish Maheshwari, Blue Ocean Strategic Advisors

Talking to ET Now, Ashish Maheshwari , Director, Blue Ocean Strategic Advisors , says bullish on Ganesh Benzoplast and Meghmani Organics. Suggest some long-term investment ideas? Read more here: Two small-cap ideas for long-term: Ashish Maheshwari, Blue Ocean Strategic Advisors
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Can’t see fundamental growth driver in economy in FY18: Suvodeep Rakshit, Kotak Institutional Equities

Talking to ET Now, Suvodeep Rakshit, Economist, Kotak Institutional Equities, says, in FY18 he is pencilling in 6.8% growth and that is just to show that there is not much upside in growth that we can immediately see. Read more here: Can’t see fundamental growth driver in economy in FY18: Suvodeep Rakshit, Kotak Institutional Equities
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