The IDC-NCR will be home to the company's engineering teams across various technology groups, including Microsoft's Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Research Group, Cloud and Enterprise Group, and Experience & Devices Group, along with Core Services Engineering and Operations, the statement said. … [Read more...] about Microsoft sets up engineering hub in Noida
Before I left the Goop kitchen, Baumann mentioned she was debating whether to put a charcoal-infused cocktail on the menu. Charcoal, with its detoxifying properties that allegedly absorb toxins, has quickly become a trendy new addition to the food and beverage industry. Baumann’s main concern was that it isn’t aesthetically pleasing. “[The liquid looks] so black,” she sighed with a laugh, “but then again, will it take the alcohol out of your system while you’re drinking?” … [Read more...] about Gwyneth On What To Expect At Goop Summit (Hint: Collagen Martinis & Crystals)
Why do we work? Many of us might give a simple transactional answer to the question: We work in order to make money. For the American psychologist Abraham Maslow, and the management thinkers inspired by his theory of motivation, people’s motives for working could not be reduced to a paycheck. Instead, Maslow and his followers argued in management texts and training seminars that people work to fulfill higher psychological needs. People work to become self-actualized and to find meaning—provided that meaning can be found in the mundane realities of working life. … [Read more...] about Is the search for meaningful work a trap?
As silly as Natty Light’s tone is, student debt is a serious issue, one that has emerged as part of a significant policy debate during the current Democratic presidential primary. Candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have long been advocating for student loan forgiveness and even free tuition. Despite Natty’s $10 million pledge, Blake says the brand and AB InBev aren’t extending that advocacy to actual policy. “Natty doesn’t endorse any political candidate, but we are passionate about helping our community with the real issues they grapple with on a daily basis, like college debt,” he says. … [Read more...] about Natty Light wants to rent your diploma, but doesn’t really want to solve student debt crisis
Bharat Forge (BFL) (CMP: Rs 499, Mcap: Rs 23,252 crore), a leading auto ancillary metal forging company, yet again disappointed with a very weak set of numbers for the December quarter. The subdued show came amid a tough operating environment in global as well as domestic automobile industries. A significant decline in volume led to a sharp fall in net revenue. Further, operating profit margin contracted due to negative operating leverage. … [Read more...] about Bharat Forge Q3 runs into a speed breaker, valuations lofty