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Aug 08, 2018
Provident Fund: Firms compromise employee interest via 'insidious' in-house trusts; time to bring in competition to EPFOLast month, the government found nearly 300 companies running their own PF trusts flouting rules and not paying interest to their employees.
May 04, 2018
SoftBank Group's plan to pump $1 trillion into solar in India unlikely to receive special sops from govtThe government is also unlikely to accept SoftBank's demand to fix tariffs in dollars as it would not expose state utilities to foreign exchange risks
Apr 10, 2018
PNB scam fallout: Indian auditing is stuck in the nineteenth century; it is time to audit the professionCan the auditing profession really hide behind a grass skirt given the scale of stressed assets across public sector banks?
Oct 23, 2017
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal claims that Bitcoin is "Enron in the making"Bitcoin is a virtual currency that has gained more than 500 percent this year, more than any other tradable asset class.
Apr 25, 2016
From Enron to Goldquest and Ishrat: The many half-truths of P ChidambaramChidambaram has been insisting that he is innocent in the Ishrat Jahan case, and whatever he did was strictly according to law. But the more one examines his past record it becomes apparent that he has a penchant for cutting corners around Indian laws
Sep 22, 2015
SC slams MoPNG for abusing process of law, harassing PSC ownersThe Supreme Court on Tuesday junked the government's plea seeking removal of a foreign arbitrator appointed by Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL).
Dec 11, 2012
From Enron to Wal-Mart: the dirty business of 'lobbying'Even if there is no proof of payoffs by Wal-Mart, it is easy to believe the worst because virtually every pillar of society - from politicians to corporate houses to lobbyists to the media - has become a player in the business of lobbying.
Jun 07, 2012
One in every seventh office mail is gossip: StudyThe average corporate email user sends 112 emails every day and one out of every seven of those messages can be called "gossip," says a new study.
Aug 25, 2011
Why Goldman's CEO Blankfein might be in deep troubleThe day that Blankfein's hiring of high-profile lawyer Weingarten broke, the bank's stock dropped nearly 5 percent to its lowest level since March 2009.