The 28% Curse for Online Gaming Players
The sunrise sector has often found itself caught in the crossfire of regressive legislative action, with certain states citing safety and legality concerns to either put companies on a tight leash or ban them completely. Will the Central government’s recent rules for online gaming bring transparency or crush it under excessive GST demand?
Vinita Bhatia - May 30, 2023
ESG Mantra: Measure Well To Manage Well
There are various challenges that companies report while maintaining this transparency, such as the complexity of supply chains, limited access to low-carbon energy sources and a lack of expertise in decarbonisation strategies. However, there are also a number of levers that companies can use to amplify action
Prarthana Borah - March 28, 2023
Divided by borders, united by corruption
Asian countries reek of dishonest officials, rampant bribery and distrust in government. Among them, India takes the top spot
December 18, 2020
Beware! The government is lurking on LinkedIn
Not just Twitter, you may have to be careful of what you post on the job-search platform as well
June 04, 2020
For A Worthy Cause
Mumbai-based Donatekart is giving a new meaning to in-kind donation
Bhakti Tambe - May 02, 2018
Truckkers is ushering in transparency in truck trailers
Ashameera Aiyappan - October 10, 2016
"Institutionalise processes that take away bias"
Deepak Visweswaraiah, MD, NetApp India on ensuring fairness in an organisation
February 17, 2016
"It is necessary to leverage cross-functional assignments"
Saugata Gupta, CEO, Marico, on creating a culture of empowerment
February 03, 2016
"Openness in decision-making creates a sense of belonging"
Deepak Lamba, president, Bennett, Coleman & Co., on five ways to build entrepreneurship among employees
October 30, 2015
"Transparency is a friend of short sellers and an enemy of bad companies"
Muddy Waters Research founder Carson Block is the reclusive crusader who digs up accounting frauds
N Mahalakshmi - December 01, 2015