Tata Steel plans to cut jobs across its European operations as it wrestles with excess supply and high costs, the company said on Monday.Following a weekend interview in the Financial Times with the group's European chief executive, Henrik Adam, Tata confirmed it was planning to announce job cuts across the European business, which employs around 20,000 people.No numbers have been made public. Indian-owned Tata Steel, which launched a transformation programme in June to strengthen its European business, has operations including steelmaking in the Netherlands and Wales and downstream operations across Europe.Close There will be no plant closures but the aim is to shield the company against the "huge number of challenges" it faces, the company said. related news HAM grows substantially in over 3 years, but some cracks are now surfacing on highways: Crisil IT companies may shed 30,000-40,000 mid-level staff: T V Mohandas Pai "We are working hard on our plans to be operationally … [Read more...] about Tata Steel plans to cut jobs across European operations
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Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab has long been a magnet for Russia’s young computer geniuses, luring them away from their usual forte, hacking, to viral analysis. That brain trust has helped turn Kaspersky Lab into the world’s fourth-largest–and most interesting–antivirus-program provider. When it launched in 1997 “with zero investment and external funding,” recalls founder and CEO Eugene Kaspersky, “we knew that innovation and quality were the only feasible way to achieve international success.” Today, its engines power antivirus solutions for Microsoft, IBM, and Cisco, and it has expanded into mobile. In 2010, it released technology that protects mobile devices without straining their batteries, ingeniously spreading the power burden throughout a cluster of phones that share the security system. advertisement advertisement advertisement … [Read more...] about 32_Kaspersky Lab
The Shiv Sena was on November 18 set to retain the post of Mumbai mayor after the BJP opted out of the poll fray in India's richest civic body.Sena nominee Kishori Pednekar filed her nomination papers for the November 22 mayoral poll on Monday, the last day for filing nominations.Earlier in the day, BJP MLA Ashish Shelar said the BJP has decided not to contest the Mumbai mayoral elections.Close He said his party doesn't have the numbers on its side and will not compromise with its ideology by joining the ranks with opposition parties. related news Maharashtra government formation: Discussed political situation in state, says Sharad Pawar after meeting Sonia Gandhi NGT slaps Rs 280 cr fine on 22 tanneries in Kanpur for dumping chromium into Ganga In 2022, the BJP will have the numbers and win the mayoral poll on its own, Shelar said.The Shiv Sena has ruled the BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) for over two decades with the BJP's support. The BJPs decision to opt out of … [Read more...] about Shiv Sena set to retain Mumbai mayor’s post; BJP opts out
Every career has ups and down. If you’ve been working for a while, you can often look back on your work and recognize the moment it began to hit a steady stride—a major opportunity, maybe, or a job that offered enough financial stability to let you go off on your own. A lucky few find that big break in their first job, and keep following a relatively straightforward trajectory from there. But for many others, the path is more meandering. At some point, unexpectedly, the pieces start to fall into place. advertisement advertisement It can be hard to identify that inflection point in your own career, but we asked 10 well-known designers to try. In our latest installation of Co.Design’s series about designers’ firsts (check out first job and first rejection as well), they recall the jobs, projects, and events that became formative in their careers, from working with Apple in the 1980s, to joining the team that would define a new … [Read more...] about Is The Big Break A Myth? 10 Designers On How One Job Can Shape Your Career
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iXYTwuuLxs advertisement advertisement One of the challenges with creating a great stunt ad is figure out what to do as an encore. Molson Canadian faced this dilemma when following up its very popular “Beer Fridge,” which saw the beer brand travel around Europe with a red fridge that would only open with a Canadian passport. The stunt made international headlines and, until WestJet launched its tear-jerking Christmas opus, it was the most viewed commercial of the year in Canada. A very tough act to follow. Now the Beer Fridge is back. This time, however, the beer run is far more personal and considerably more ambitious. “The Beer Fridge–Project Indonesia” is about three real-life friends–one living in the remote Gili Islands in Indonesia, and two bringing their buddy a fridge stacked with frosty brews all the way from Canada, so that he can watch the upcoming Olympics in true Canadian fashion. It’s … [Read more...] about Molson Sent Two Guys and A Beer Fridge to Indonesia To Surprise A Friend. Here’s How.