The strategic partnership with Aramco will help in increasing its crude oil to chemicals conversion ratio, which presently stands at 20 per cent. "With the deal, RIL will get technological expertise from SABIC (Saudi Basic Industries Corporation), in which Aramco recently bought a controlling stake," it had said. … [Read more...] about Aramco conducting due diligence for acquiring stake in RIL’s O2C business, says CEO
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"The premium middle-weight segment is growing in India and is becoming more competitive. With the introduction of the R we strengthen our position in this category," Triumph Motorcycles India Business Head Shoeb Farooq said in a statement. … [Read more...] about Triumph Motorcycles drives in Street Triple R at Rs 8.84 lakh
Driving with the data lights on Being data-driven doesn’t mean simply letting the numbers tell you what to do. It means gathering as much information as you can that could affect your goals, whether the info is quantitative or qualitative, and putting it into forms you can access and use. From the start, it was obvious the pandemic would impact different tech sectors differently. But we couldn’t just judge our companies by generalities like “online groceries good, travel booking bad.” Venture investing is a long game. We had companies in hard-hit verticals that looked solidly set to survive—one had over four years of cash runway—and others that looked dead in the water, unless you could find lifelines. … [Read more...] about How my VC fund is helping our companies survive the pandemic
This is what a Parliamentary Labour Committee concluded on the crash: “The agencies informed the committee that the particular aircraft was grounded due to an accident in February 2008, whose CoA (Certificate of Airworthiness) was cancelled and was repaired in non-scientific manner and was taken for a test flight without getting completion/final certificate from the DGCA, is nothing but a criminal negligence which resulted into death of five employees/people”. … [Read more...] about Air India Express crash | Do investigators take the easy way out by blaming pilots?
The often-cited 1972 research on nonverbal communication from Dr. Albert Mehrabian birthed the assertion that 93% of communication is nonverbal. Even as the percentages of this research continue to be explored and sometimes rejiggered, we generally accept that other modalities of communication such as body language and facial expression shape our perceptions of another person and how we respond to them. Without these nonverbal signals, we have a less complete experience of others and are more easily influenced by a group’s overall opinion. … [Read more...] about Science explains why we’re so much more bold online, especially now