Then, there is also the question of who we are comparing the women leaders to — in most cases, a group of incompetent, science-denialist men, who also happen to be the world’s strongmen, and therefore commanding most media attention. The American president’s dismissive attitude in the early stages of the pandemic and the British Prime Minister’s snobbishness in handling the crisis will be remembered for years to come. … [Read more...] about COVID-19 | That women leaders are faring better is simplistic and flawed thinking
"While we acknowledge that the recent situation on account of COVID-19 might have caused some constraints, however, the Authority has started conducting the OHD (open house discussion) through online process on various other topics. Accordingly, we request the Authority to kindly hold an OHD on this issue at the earliest," COAI said. … [Read more...] about Telecom players approach Trai seeking early decision on floor price issue
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chinese outbound M&A recorded a steady growth of $59.6bn via 946 deals in Q1 2020. This is not at an average score compared to several deals and the total investment figures. Some of the M&A activities in past three weeks show the consistency at which Chinese companies made headways in Australia, the United States, Japan, Germany, South Korea, Russia, Holland, including some usual suspects around such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and others from South East Asia, to name a few. … [Read more...] about China’s M&A diplomacy: Endgame or endless game?
Another key factor that might have been counted in by Amazon is the simmering anger among restaurant partners. They have multiple complaints against the two aggregators, starting from high commissions, lack of transparency in pricing and complete cloaking of user data. No wonder the National Restaurant Association of India is working with software platform Dotpe to develop their own ordering system for their members. … [Read more...] about Why Amazon launched its food delivery business in the middle of a pandemic