There is a mixed feeling around layoffs and salary cuts amongst job-seekers. About 41 percent of the job-seekers were positive that layoffs are not likely to happen in their organization. These jobseekers were mostly from the BFSI, IT and pharma industries suggesting a relatively higher job security sentiment in these industries. … [Read more...] about One in 10 active job-seekers handed pink slip: Naukri survey
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Focusing on different industries: Silicon Valley needs to refocus its strengths in innovation aimed at solving global challenges. By one count, only 18% of U.S. unicorns focus on solving problems in healthcare, education, financial inclusion, and agriculture. These are untapped opportunities with huge upside and impact potential. For instance, there are 55 million Americans that are underbanked and over 80 million who have no or limited health insurance. Additionally, these needs are critical to the well-being of the general populous, and many innovations in this space will continue to progress even through a potential downturn, as spending starts to slow on luxury or excess consumption. … [Read more...] about Here’s how Silicon Valley can avoid Detroit’s fate
"CWI's Board of Directors, with deep regret, have agreed to a plan that we expect will safeguard CWI's future while delivering at least a minimum level of job protection for all of the people employed or contracted throughout the region's cricket community," the governing body said in a statement. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus impact: Cricket West Indies to temporarily halve salaries of staff and players
Reliance Industries launched its biggest ever rights issue of Rs 53,125 crore on May 20, which is the first issue to be available for trading in the Rights Entitlement segment on the stock exchanges. Also it is the first time that shareholders received Rights Entitlement in their demat accounts which are available for trading. … [Read more...] about RIL Rights Entitlement shares ends at 7% premium over intrinsic value on May 29
As an investor in early-stage technology startups, I’m excited by the possibility of seeing something new. We’re often reluctant to look seriously at companies in the social networking space because competing with the incumbents seems virtually impossible. But Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Snap aren’t going to be able to convert their business models overnight. They’re going to spend a few years fighting this issue in Congress and in the courts. And they’re going to do everything possible to prove that they’re not monopolistic and don’t deserve antitrust scrutiny and regulation, which will limit their willingness to squash innovation. … [Read more...] about Trump vs. Twitter: Is there a silver lining in the Section 230 fight?