India’s Reliance Industries Ltd. has shifted most of its oil traders from Mumbai to Dubai, executing a plan announced in 2021, but which now coincides with the city’s growing stature as a commodities hub after Russia’s war in Ukraine.
The beloved Indian snack - Samosa - changed the life of two individuals who set up shop in Bengaluru. Nidhi Singh and her husband Shikhar Veer Singh, two highly educated professionals who once had secure careers with high pay packages, made a choice to start selling samosas and are now earning way more than their high-paying jobs.
Buying phones, renting a flat and a lot of big-ticket purchases have become easy for Indians due to the buy now, pay later offering. Paying for a wedding has also become flexible as now you have a marry now, pay later (MNPL) option.
In a tweet, a 116-year-old Mumbai bank called SVC Bank, which was in trouble after SVB's collapse clarified that it had no relation to SVB.
Gautam Adani, who heads the ports-to-power conglomerate Adani group, is planning to sell stake worth around $450 million in one of its subsidiary, Ambuja Cement, a Financial Times report said on March 10.
Upadhyay started her business after completing her graduation in BTech. Now she runs a pani puri stall.
In a statement released by RCPL, the iconic Campa Cola brand is going to be relaunched by Reliance to initially include Campa Cola, Campa Lemon, and Campa Orange in the sparkling beverage category.
According to a WSJ report, the New York City Fire Department revealed the number of e-bike lithium-ion battery fires had more than doubled last year to 216 and is rising all over America.
Keith Rabois, who is a part of PayPal's mafia, said that Google and Meta have overhired thousands of employees who do 'fake work."
It is not uncommon that many domestic startups, as well as many corporations, are leaning towards structuring their operations by establishing a holding company overseas, with its wholly-owned subsidiary company incorporated in India. This is known as reverse flipping. The rationale for extending an arm outside the country’s borders by the Indian founders is undertaken for a host of reasons, which mostly include corporate and tax concessions that are offered by the host country.