India lifesciences industry revenue was at $38 billion in 2018 and the country is now the largest provider of generic drugs globally, fulfillingabout 40 percent of the generics demand in the US and roughly 25 percent of all medicines in the UK.Exclusive offer: Use code "BUDGET2020" and get Moneycontrol Pro's Subscription for as little as Rs 333/- for the first year. … [Read more...] about India life-science cos must speed-up adoption of digital technologies to transform businesses
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Upcoming BS VI emission norms remain the near term driver for the company. This is expected to lead to pre-buying as new BS VI compliant vehicles would be expensive than the current ones. Additionally, the government’s scrappage policy would potentially lead to replacement of 200,000-300,000 trucks which are over 20 years old. That should also augur well for the automotive player. … [Read more...] about Bharat Forge Q3 runs into a speed breaker, valuations lofty
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2. The Robomaker Dozens of specialized, sometimes downright bizarre controllers exist for the PlayStation, including ones that simulate driving a speedboat, RC car, and locomotive; using construction equipment; flying a plane; exercising; dancing; fishing; conducting an orchestra; and playing pinball, mah-jongg, and pachinko. But hands down, the absolute weirdest peripheral of the PS1 of all time came as part of Bandai’s ZXE-D: Legend of Plasmalite game set in 1996. At first blush, it appears to be your everyday fighting game with customizable robot characters. But players could build a real-world model of the robot they wanted to use with the included plastic pieces in the game set. A special interface that plugged into the PS1’s twin memory card slots recognized the different body parts and represented your robot model on the screen. … [Read more...] about 10 PlayStation Oddities
A burning question, left unresolved in management discussions of the hierarchy of needs, was the extent to which all jobs could offer scope for self-actualization. The hierarchy of needs does admit a range of differences among individuals and organizations, suggesting that, for some people, work is just a paycheck. Some experiments in redesigning jobs did seek to address all levels of the corporate hierarchy, from janitorial work to executive work, but many substituted rhetoric for real change. One management thinker, the American psychologist Frederick Herzberg, used the hierarchy of needs to argue in The Motivation to Work (1959) that companies needn’t provide better benefits to workers, because better benefits had only made workers entitled, rather than increased productivity. Such is the dark side of motivation. … [Read more...] about Is the search for meaningful work a trap?