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May 06, 2019
Infibeam Avenues sacks auditors for sharing unpublished price-sensitive informationInfibeam Avenues, on receipt of anonymous third-party information, shared its preliminary findings to the Auditor, which has been verified and confirmed by the Auditor
Nov 16, 2018
Binny Bansal's exit from Flipkart makes India Inc respond to sexual harassment queries with increased urgencyThis week’s resignation of Binny Bansal, the chief executive of Walmart Inc’s Indian venture Flipkart, following an internal probe into accusations of personal misconduct, is expected to only add to the momentum.
Jul 23, 2018
Chinese e-commerce website JD.com plans move into Europe, states CEO Richard LiuJD.com is investing heavily in logistics and offline retail to expand beyond its base in China.
Apr 23, 2018
97% Indian travellers eye 'sustainable' tourism in 2018, do not mind paying a premium for it, finds surveyThe survey found that Indian travellers are the most willing to pay the premium closely followed by Brazilians and Chinese.
Sep 07, 2017
Amazon looking for cities to build second headquarters worth $5 billionAmazon said it would build a $5 billion second headquarters in North America, kicking off a competition between cities and states to offer incentives.
Aug 14, 2017
Amazon claims to have doubled its customer base in Tier II and III towns, at this year's Great Indian SaleOther findings by the US based e-commerce company, Amazon, during the Great Indian sale included increase in purchases through its no cost EMI scheme.
Jul 06, 2017
Bengaluru woman fired by e-commerce company after media carries reports of her 'lesbian wedding'After learning that one of their employees was involved in a lesbian wedding that was covered by the Bengaluru media, the e-commerce company Zefo fired the employee on Thursday
Jul 29, 2016
Flipkart's performance-based layoffs putting 1000 jobs at stake isn't surprisingIf reports are to be believed than Flipkart has asked its under-performing employees to either resign or opt for severance package.