"The sector was already reeling under pressure during pre-COVID and current demand is very low. In the near-term, the trend will be volatile due to uncertainty and over-optimism recently. In a medium to long-term basis, the commercial vehicle sector will turn out as a dark horse and auto as a good candidate of contra-bet," said Nair of Geojit Financial Services. … [Read more...] about July auto sales signal recovery: Should you buy stocks from the sector?
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The Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons filed the petition on August 4 after Mistry filed one on June 27 ahead of the next hearing in their dispute in August. In his petition, Tata said Cyrus’ case was “essentially about personal grievance… for loss of office,” said a report by Hindu BusinessLine. … [Read more...] about Ratan Tata files affidavit with Supreme Court countering Cyrus Mistry’s petition: Report
But trying to manufacture certainty can lead us to bad decisions, points out Emre Soyer, a behavioral scientist at Ozyegin University in Istanbul. It can cause us to put too much faith in one study, or one expert, just to have an illusion of control. “We need to be skeptical about claims made with certainty and strive to have a clear and objective understanding of inherent uncertainties,” Soyer says. “Wisdom doesn’t emerge from knowing with certainty, but from being aware of your level of uncertainty.” … [Read more...] about The 5 ways founding a startup prepared me for the pandemic
But overall, Americans are still extremely uncomfortable with the Big Four’s business models, which are built on the backs of user data. Though nearly all Americans (86%) use services like Amazon.com and Instagram, and 75% access them daily, only 9% feel that it is “completely worth it” to give up the personal demographic and preferences information that those companies sell to marketers. … [Read more...] about Surprise! The Big Tech antitrust hearing was a PR boost for Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple
Pure air and healthy living By the time the wife of painter Abbott Thayer succumbed to the disease in 1891, germ theory was widely accepted and would have been familiar to the artist, who was the son of a physician and public health expert. Fearing his three young children would be next, he sought out a “healthy” environment – a place with plenty of fresh air and surrounded by nature, where the family could eat nutritious meals, roam freely outdoors and get plenty of rest. … [Read more...] about How creativity can help us navigate COVID-19: Lessons from the 19th century