COVID-19 impact: Indian consumers exercise greater decision-making in buying, spending after pandemic outbreak: Deloitte
Consumers are no longer rushing about being home stocked with more than they immediately need.
Flipkart awaits advisories from states for resuming full services; Centre allows delivery of non-essential items by e-commerce platforms
Sales of non-essential items on e-commerce platforms in the first week of May, after sales of such items were allowed in green and orange zones, were lower than last year on account of the lockdown.
Retail sector loses a whopping Rs 5.50 lakh cr since lockdown; around 20% traders may pull down shutters, says CAIT
CAIT said the retail trade may see many more traders pulling down shutters as the sector has become unviable.
Coal India Ltd has offered deferred payment facility to both power and non-power consumers to provide relief and help improve their liquidity during the lockdown imposed by the government to contain coronavirus infection
He said that we’re not built to survive any other planet and we should spend our time and energy trying to fix it.
The association said it deliberated on eight critical issues pertaining to the online delivery space on Thursday with Zomato and Swiggy.
TRA's Brand Trust Report 2019, the ninth in the series, is the result of primary research based on the proprietary 61-Attribute Trust Matrix of TRA
WEF 2019 summit: 'Super star' firms giving a lot for free, but will it continue asks, Raghuram Rajan
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday said consumers are benefitting in a big way from the business of scale with several services in the new technology age coming for free or very cheap, but it needs to be seen whether this can continue going ahead
Oil firms not to recoup losses arising from Re 1/litre subsidy on petrol, diesel; suffer losses of about Rs 4,500 cr
Petrol prices, which have been on a decline since 18 October except for one day, are at their lowest level in almost 13 months.
Replying to a brief debate on the bill, Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said the legislation had not been amended since last three decades and needed changes for strengthening the rights of the consumers.
Data is the new sex: Inspired TRAI bats for meaningful consent to bridge the gap between 'knows and know-nots'
The digital divide is no longer about having access to the Internet or not. It may well be about the "knows" and "know-nots" of data usage.
AT&T plans to compete against the likes of Amazon, Google and Netflix.
Walmart buys Flipkart: While some harp on swadeshi vs videshi binary, the deal is an ode to discount-loving shoppers
Naysayers and sceptics should examine what the $16 billion Walmart-Flipkart deal means for other retailers in India and its impact on consumers.
National Anti-Profiteering Authority is an assurance to consumers of India, says Ravi Shankar Prasad
National Anti-Profiteering Authority under GST will work as a watchdog to ensure smooth transfer of benefits
Kellogg India decided to pass on the anticipated GST benefit to the consumers
The Delhi Congress will launch a week-long anti-GST campaign on 30 July at all the major markets of the city, intensifying its agitation against the "wrong implementation" of the new tax regime, it said on Monday
Jaitley said he was "sure" that GST will not have any inflationary impact and asked the industry to educate distributors, retailers and consumers about the positive impact of GST on the price front.
Parekh said: "These regulators will be the confidence builders for consumers and watchdogs for compliance on the part of developers. Increased transparency benefits the entire housing ecosystem."
Even if problems in the blockchain technology are ironed out, the sector has to hammer out common legal standards.
Global end-user spending on devices will increase by 2% in 2017, to reach nearly $600 billion, market research firm Gartner said on Thursday.