"The weekly gains were mainly driven by liquidity and the hope that the virus would be contained soon and businesses back to normal. However, the outlook for the market is volatile, as the earnings announcements have begun after a washout quarter for most industries." … [Read more...] about Taking Stock: Profit-booking hits D-St; Nifty below 10,800 but rallies 1.5% for the week
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When I was CEO of a software startup in the early 2000s, I let everyone know exactly how much money the company had and when we would run out. It’s difficult for people to do their jobs if they don’t know what’s going on. It’s also okay to admit that you don’t have all the answers. However, when you do have information (good or bad) that affects your team, commit to delivering it as soon as possible in a way that’s kind and clear. … [Read more...] about How COVID-19 made Kim Scott rethink one key aspect of Radical Candor
Amazingly, it has also included a definition on the label of the word “Just”–which in this case doesn’t mean “to an exact degree or in an exact manner,” which would imply that Just Mayo is exactly mayo. “Just” is defined on the new label as an adjective that means “guided by reason, justice, and fairness.” This definition suited both the FDA and Hampton Creek, CEO Josh Tetrick told Co.Exist. He said the change gives the company a chance to communicate its values of working for a more fair, healthy, sustainable food system for all. … [Read more...] about Hampton Creek Wins The Mayo Wars, With A Few Caveats
"The rights issue is structured similarly to that of Reliance Industries where shareholders will have to make payments in three tranches. As the lockdown is gradually lifted, retail stocks seem to be in a rebound mode. The factors like manageable leverage, consistent execution capability, healthy cost-cutting initiatives and strong parentage might help ABFRL emerge much stronger from the current crisis," Gaurav Garg, Head of Research at CapitalVia Global Research Limited- Investment Advisor ,said. … [Read more...] about Aditya Birla Fashion’s rights issue opens, should you subscribe?
Every mask is an homage to hidden figures Lien-teh Wu was the Malaysian doctor who proved masks can thwart airborne plagues. Sara Little Turnball was the designer who suggested that 3M learn how to mold disposable masks that fit on your face, introducing the idea that air filters don’t need to be big helmets. And Peter Tsai is the Taiwanese American materials scientist who figured out how to add an electrostatic charge to filters so they can snatch viruses from the air, even when those viruses are so small they should sneak right through the holes inside an N95. Wearing a mask is an ode to their accomplishments. [Read more] … [Read more...] about The 21 best arguments for wearing a mask