In the Union Budget presented on February 1, the Finance Ministry proposed to increase import duty on wooden furniture to 30 percent from the current 20 per cent. The ministry has also proposed to increase import duty on wooden furniture to 30 percent from the current 20 percent. … [Read more...] about H&M keen to bring its furniture business to India
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"We have seen the broader markets picking up with the mid and small-cap segment outperforming Nifty50 in January 2020. Given that the mid and small-cap segment has shown signs of recovery, they will remain fairly volatile in the near-term but could outperform the large-cap segment in the longer term," Agarwal of Anand Rathi Preferred said. … [Read more...] about Not just mid, small or large-caps but look at multi-caps in a fragile market, say experts
District 15 is a new short film produced by Patagonia that outlines the fight undertaken by the Communities for a Better Environment group as it lobbies city council and Mayor Eric Garcetti to establish a 2,500-foot distance between oil drilling operations and Wilmington’s schools, hospitals, and churches. … [Read more...] about Patagonia’s new film celebrates activists fighting urban oil drilling in L.A.
Step 3: Link your past to their future Once you’ve described your past—make that example the springboard to describe how your accomplishments can benefit the company’s future. If you were able to execute projects—why might that be important for them? If the restaurateur is planning to open another restaurant—could you make a signature soup that drives traffic? If you’re speaking to the chef—can you help him excel in customer ratings and build their reputation? … [Read more...] about How to talk about your past successes in a job interview
After a temporary, three-month closure for renovations, Washington, D.C.’s National Building Museum is set to reopen to the public on March 13. The main renovations are focused on the building’s Great Hall, which is known for its 75-foot-tall Corinthian columns and gilded archways. In addition, the 19th-century concrete floor will be shored up with a modern foundation, and the space will be reorganized, so that the bulk of the exhibits now live on the second floor. … [Read more...] about Meet the photographer who’s bringing architecture to the masses