For instance, the firm’s investment in “Coding Ninja’s and Qyuki” may turn out to be beneficial. Investors must keep a close watch on the IT sector as well as the real- estate sector before investing in Info Edge. … [Read more...] about HDFC Life, Info Edge, Bandhan Bank become part of NSE F&O; time to buy?
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At my company, JotForm, I’ve learned that smart people need thorny problems to solve. Whether they’re designers, developers, project managers, or customer service reps, they want to keep stretching their abilities. Sometimes a disengaged employee will thrive in a new role with fresh challenges. Just be sure the change satisfies more than professional wanderlust. It’s easy to feel like the grass is greener on the other side of the office, but a shift should leverage skills and aptitudes that the employee isn’t currently using, and be beneficial to both the employee and the company. … [Read more...] about Consider these 4 steps before you fire an employee
According to a News18 report, at first, the mob set the vehicles parked outside his house on fire, then they torched his home. Stones were also pelted at his house amid slogans of “idhar aa Pakistani, tujhe naagarikta dete hai”. A fact they lost sight of while committing the arson is that the person they declared a “Pakistani” is a BSF soldier who had spent three years guarding the borders along Jammu and Kashmir. … [Read more...] about Delhi violence: Rioters set fire to BSF jawan’s house, call him ‘Pakistani’
“This far into an expansion, with unemployment as low as it is, we shouldn’t be seeing incomes for low-income households falling in over a dozen states, and growth slowing down in a dozen more,” says Thea Lee, president of the Economic Policy Institute, which conducted the analysis in partnership with Capital & Main. “Stock market highs may be great for wealthy households at the top, but they don’t help families at the bottom put food on the table.” … [Read more...] about News analysis: Income growth declines for poor Americans under Trump
“He wanted something slick [and] minimalistic, without lots of pointless techy design elements—cutting edge, but real and functional. Not sci-fi,” Holmes says. “We both felt this film needed to be approached like drama or a thriller, not as a sci-fi film or horror. So even if the suit needed to be something that had a sinister presence, we were very conscious of not wanting to lean into the classic visual tropes [of] sci-fi or horror.” … [Read more...] about ‘The Invisible Man’ is the techie film you didn’t see coming