"We are not a furniture rental company for something that is available in the market…neither are we a financial solution. We will constantly work towards creating interesting products for you to see that whether we can create a want in you to get rid of an existing bed," he added. … [Read more...] about Why this H1-B visa holder decided to start a furniture rental company
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The March quarter GVA (Gross Value Added) growth came in at 3 percent, buoyed by agriculture and government spending. If we exclude agriculture, growth in the rest of the economy was just 2.5 percent. If we exclude agriculture and government spending, then the growth in the private sector non-farm economy was a mere 1.1 percent. And, for what it’s worth, real consumption growth was a meagre 2.7 percent year-on-year in the March quarter. If this is the situation with just a few days of a lockdown, consider by how much GDP will contract in the June quarter. … [Read more...] about Moneycontrol Pro Weekender | Mr Market puts on his rose-tinted glasses
PR: I’m hoping people get a vicarious thrill. I’m hoping that since we can’t go now that they can go with me on the show. I don’t want people to watch and be sad or think, “Oh look what we used to be able to do.” I understand thinking that way, because we’re in the middle of this tragic time right now, but we all know that this will pass. The whole point of our show is to show you that the world is worth seeing. So I don’t want people to watch that with melancholy or sentiment, but with the thrill of knowing we can go there. … [Read more...] about Phil Rosenthal dishes on his Netflix series, camels, saving restaurants, and the genius fix for to-go fries
"According to executives, Sikka's product mindset did not work for the company and eventually led to his departure. Then came Parekh’s appointment at a time the company was looking for an executive who would bring in stability," said Pareekh Jain, founder, Pareekh Consulting. … [Read more...] about Wipro’s new CEO: Can foreign executives succeed in Indian IT firms?
Especially during the ongoing global health crisis and subsequent stay-at-home orders, employees are learning how to work remotely, and companies are weighing some of the costs and benefits to this new remote world. Many companies in the Bay Area have already drastically expanded their work-from-home policies, some like Facebook have banned group meetings over 50 until 2021, and Twitter has gone so far as to allow remote work for all employees indefinitely. If a new normal includes such liberal remote work policies and the limited ability to congregate, Silicon Valley may lose some of its purpose as a technology hub as teams get distributed across the country and even the world. … [Read more...] about Here’s how Silicon Valley can avoid Detroit’s fate