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The new guidelines for TV ratings are whimsical, slipshod and hasty

Jan 16, 2014

The new guidelines for TV ratings are whimsical, slipshod and hasty

India needs a world class Television Audience Measurement system. The Policy Guidelines for Television Rating Agencies in India is a ham-handed document that won't help in the slightest. #Advertising #Television #TAM #policty guidelines for TV Rating Agencies
Meet Indian-American Neeraj Sahai, S&P Ratings' new president

Nov 26, 2013

Meet Indian-American Neeraj Sahai, S&P Ratings' new president

Neeraj Sahai, 56, will assume his new role at S&P from January 6, 2014, financial intelligence company McGraw Hill Financial said in a statement in New York. #S&P #Citigroup #rating agency #Indian-American #Neeraj Sahai
Rupee fall not to impact India's ability to repay foreign debt: Moody's

Jun 21, 2013

Rupee fall not to impact India's ability to repay foreign debt: Moody's

However, it is a reflection of macro-economic challenges, which do affect the country's credit profile #India #Rupee #Moody's #ExpertView #rating agency #CAD #Foreign debt
FinMin to pitch for ratings upgrade with Fitch tomorrow

Apr 11, 2013

FinMin to pitch for ratings upgrade with Fitch tomorrow

The Fitch representatives will meet Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) Secretary Arvind Mayaram and other senior officials from various departments including capital markets, infrastructure, revenue and disinvestment. #India #WhyNow #finance ministry #Rating agencies #Fitch
FinMin to pitch for ratings upgrade with Fitch tomorrow

Sep 30, 2014

Eric Holder: The Reason Robert Rubin Isn't Behind Bars

The big news item in Washington last week was Attorney General Eric Holder's decision to resign. Undoubtedly there are positives to Holder's tenure as attorney general, but one really big minus is his decision not to prosecute any of the Wall Street ... #Enron Corporation #Goldman Sachs #Robert Rubin #Wall Street #Citigroup #Eric Holder
FinMin to pitch for ratings upgrade with Fitch tomorrow

Sep 29, 2014

Prisons Are Adopting the Walmart Business Model

The nation's biggest and baddest for-profit prison company suddenly cares about halfway houses -- so much so that they want in on the action. About a year after acquiring a smaller firm that operates halfway houses and other community corrections fac... #Wal-Mart #Corrections Corporation of America
FinMin to pitch for ratings upgrade with Fitch tomorrow

Sep 29, 2014

Free foreclosure counseling extended two years

New York homeowners facing foreclosure can get two more years of free housing counseling and legal advice, due to an additional $40 million in funding. The infusion will bring the total amount spent on New York's Homeownership Protection Program to $... #Eric T. Schneiderman #New York (state)