Explained | The curious case of Justice Muralidhar's transfer from Delhi High Court Here’s how Anand Mahindra described Friday’s stock market crash on Twitter Please don't preach us 'rajdharma'; your record is full of twists & turns: BJP to Sonia Gandhi … [Read more...] about Double punishment if AAP member guilty: Kejriwal on allegations against Tahir Hussain
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"Must watch: John Oliver on Modi. A man who fans hate against Muslims and seeks to divide us on religious lines. But the CAA/NRC might end up uniting India against this divisive figure. Modi has certainly brought India to the world map but not in the way he wanted," Bhushan wrote. … [Read more...] about Episode of John Oliver’s ‘Last Week Tonight’, critical of PM Modi and CAA, missing from Hotstar
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?
It’s true that nationally wages have begun to grow faster for those at the bottom over this past year, and that could bode well for income growth in 2019 when those figures become available. In 2019, the average low wage worker saw a 2.9 percent increase in their hourly wages, from $9.54 to $9.82. Between 2014 and 2018, wage growth has been relatively flat, growing at an average rate of just 1.4 percent per year. But for low wage workers, such a boost – $48.50 a month if one assumes full time work – is hardly transformative. … [Read more...] about News analysis: Income growth declines for poor Americans under Trump
Chief marketing officer Eric Liedtke, a 20-plus-year veteran of the company, teamed up with the then-newly promoted global creative director Paul Gaudio in mid-2014 to lead a migration of the creative team from Adidas’s headquarters in the Bavarian town of Herzogenaurach, Germany, to Portland, Oregon—right in Nike’s backyard. While Adidas doesn’t frame it this way explicitly, the company seems to have taken its cue from the market leader. “[The sneaker] industry is born of U.S. culture,” says Gaudio. The U.S., after all, represents 45% of the $55 billion global sneaker market. … [Read more...] about Adidas’s Secret Weapon In The Sneaker Wars