Who run the world? Fast Company is going to have to stop you there before you start shaking your hair like Bey and point you in the direction of a groundbreaking report on fatherhood unveiled this week at United Nations Headquarters (UNHQ) in New York with the help of Chelsea Clinton. The report, titled “State of the World’s Fathers,” covers the impact of men’s reluctance to share the workload at home, the consequences for a child of having a violent father, and suggests that engaged fathers enjoy better health and a more productive life. Just in time for Father’s Day! advertisement advertisement The findings are not so great for women, however. There’s no Jackie Collins-esque plot denouement in the 288 pages, the work of the NGO MenCare, where our heroine, having overcome setbacks, dramas, tragedy, and epiphany, gets her revenge, the penthouse office at Megacorp, as well as the guy. Instead, the story ends on a crushing note: If … [Read more...] about It’s STILL a Man’s Man’s Man’s Man’s World, Says U.N.-Sponsored Report
Following the Supreme Court verdict on Essar Steel resolution plan, global steel giant ArcelorMittal said expects to complete the acquisition of the debt-ridden company by the end of this year.ArcelorMittal India Private Limited's (AMIPL) resolution plan for Essar Steel India Limited (‘ESIL') has been unconditionally approved by the Supreme Court of India and the approval of AMIPL's resolution plan is the final procedural step in ESIL's corporate insolvency process, the company said in a statement."Completion of the transaction is now expected before the end of the year. After completion, ArcelorMittal will jointly own and operate ESIL in partnership with Nippon Steel Corporation, Japan's largest steel producer and the third largest steel producer in the world, in-line with the joint venture formation agreement signed by the two companies," it said.Close The Supreme Court on Friday paved the way for ArcelorMittal takeover of Essar Steel for Rs 42,000 crore and set aside the July … [Read more...] about ArcelorMittal aims to complete Essar Steel acquisition by 2019-end
Ayushmann Khurrana’s Bala, released in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) on November 14, is the third Indian film to see light of the day in the Kingdom.As a part of the drive to modernise Saudi Arabia, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman - in 2018 - lifted an over three-decade-old ban on cinemas with the screening of Marvel’s Black Panther.When it comes to Indian films, so far three films including Rajinikanth’s Kaala and Akshay Kumar’s Gold have released in the KSA.Close Hollywood has pulled up its socks to explore the potential of this new market, and it looks like Saudi is on India’s list too. related news In pics: From Iron Man to Thor and Groot, Bengaluru's Comic Con was a hit Kantar to roll out India’s first OTT audience measurement solution While India has a lot to offer to the movie-going audience of Saudi Arabia, what potential does the Kingdom hold for the Indian film industry?Talking to Moneycontrol, Amit … [Read more...] about Bala’s release in Saudi Arabia opens up new BO opportunity for Indian films
I just came back from conducting my program in Panama, and whilethe seminarn advertisement advertisement This Panama, This view was then So Befriend your enemies One.” As Sun Tzu and Mahatma Gandhi have both suggested in their own way – befriending an enemy is a far better approach. advertisement During my Panamanian presentation, a participant,For example, Colombia is known for coffee, Peru for gold, etc. All of these goods need a path out of the region and the Panama Canal can provide that. By Coordinate the uncoordinated I nnovation build s on innovation . For example, Disney’s skill at early Panama is seeking to consolidate the skills it has developed by operating its canal to become the worldwide center of logistics. Its banks, insurance firms, lawyers, and other experts, if coordinated correctly, could form a unique cluster of logistical experts and a strong infrastructure. The plan, as it was briefly described to me, is … [Read more...] about Panama: The Future Hong Kong of Latin America?
Sri Lanka's newly elected President Gotabhaya Rajapaksa would work within the "American perimeter" but would maintain close ties with India while doing business with cash-rich China more cautiously, according to experts.Rajapaksa stormed to victory on Sunday, trouncing his nearest rival Sajith Premadasa by a margin of over 13 lakh votes - 52.25 per cent of votes polled against 41.99 per cent.The 70-year-old controversial wartime defence secretary's victory is of significant importance for India which will hope that the new dispensation in Colombo will not allow any foreign power inimical to New Delhi's interest in the strategically located island nation.Close The experts, who have been closely monitoring Sri Lanka's diplomatic ties with major global powers for decades, believe that Gotabhaya would adopt a policy of not weaning too much away from the US interests in the region. related news Lankan President-elect Gotabaya's ties with India will depend on his approach towards … [Read more...] about Sri Lanka under Gotabhaya Rajapaksa to maintain close ties with India: Experts