The global market size of pharma products is estimated to cross the $1 trillion mark in 2023
Elon Musk hasn’t confirmed he will step down since the poll ended, but any replacement will need to be able to steer Twitter back to calmer waters even with the billionaire staying on as majority owner
In public banter with Twitter followers, Musk expressed pessimism about the prospects for a new CEO, saying that person 'must like pain a lot' to run a company that 'has been in the fast lane to bankruptcy'
Seattle-based Amazon, which has been cutting costs in various areas of its business in the past few months, is undergoing an annual review process to figure out where it can save more money
Google under Pichai has made massive investment in India and phenomenally expanded its footprint in a wide range of sectors including its training to the younger generation
'EC to start campaign to link Voter ID with Aadhaar card from 1 August,' says Maha Chief Election Officer
The Election Laws (Amendment) Bill, authorising the linking of Aadhaar with Voter IDs, was passed by the Lok Sabha through a voice vote in December 2021
The Tesla chief's deal to acquire Twitter sets him up to revisit the ban on the former president, a move that could roil US politics as the country marches towards the 2024 presidential race
On Monday, European football's governing body UEFA excluded Russian teams from it's competitions following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. At the same time, FIFA has suspended Russian teams from all international competition.
Globally, 19.7 per cent of board seats were held by women, an increase of 2.8 per cent since 2018, and at this pace, the world can expect to reach near-parity only in 2045, according to Deloitte
CEO who laid off 900 employees over Zoom call takes time off as company looks to build 'positive culture'
On 1 December over a Zoom call that lasted less than three minutes, Garg abruptly fired more than 900 employees, about 9 percent of the company's workforce.
Why arm-twisting Better.com CEO Vishal Garg for firing 900 employees on Zoom is misinterpreting modern capitalism
Backlash against Vishal Garg is indicative of how we misinterpret capitalism when employee rebellion is considered an avante garde act of artistic mutiny, whereas tacit survival instincts displayed by the captain of the ship are almost always framed as evil.
Agrawal joined Twitter in the year 2011 and has been working with the tech company as its chief technology officer (CTO) since October, 2017
Agrawal said in a note posted on Twitter that he is honoured and humbled on his appointment and expressed gratitude to Dorsey’s “continued mentorship and your friendship
Allardice, a former Australian first-class cricketer and administrator, was the ICC General Manager, Cricket for eight years. He had previously held a similar role at Cricket Australia
Blakely’s present comes as a celebration of the company’s 1.2-billion-dollar deal with private equity Blackstone
The task force comprises representations from retail, e-commerce, pharmaceutical sector along with technology industry and large manufacturing entities.
West Bengal Election 2021: Voting for Phase 8 slated to be held today; steps to locate polling station
A polling station is a designated place where electors go to cast their vote. A polling booth, on the other hand, is set up by parties and candidates beyond a distance of 200 meters from the polling stations
Each citizen of India who is over 18 years of age and is a domicile of the respective state/UT is ideally eligible to cast their vote in the Assembly polls
In case Sawhney chooses not to resign, it could lead to a long-drawn removal procedure by all-powerful Board of Directors.
Congress leaders wrote to Mark Zuckerberg following reports by the WSJ and the Time magazine about the conduct of company's team in India, alleging bias and proximity with the ruling BJP