ICICI Bank board to blame for letting Chanda Kochhar hold her position despite controversy, say corporate governance experts
The ICICI Bank board’s duty is to look out for the bank and do right by the lender. Instead, it chose to stand by long-serving boss Chanda Kochhar.
Infosys' new CEO Salil Parekh 'perfect' choice for leading co, say IT experts; Narayana Murthy extends 'best wishes'
Infosys, for the second time, has chosen an external candidate to lead its operations after former CEO Vishal Sikka quit abruptly in August
Nasscom said it will work with the US embassy in India to ensure that movement of professionals is not hit by such process issues.
The effects of this announcement will impact the GDP and the overall business economy and growth of US.
Walmart's interest in Flipkart shows that the Indian e-commece market will be dominated by serious players only
The investor community welcomed the change in roles at Flipkart and felt it would bode well for the company.
A new breed of connected consumers is placing new demands on how businesses operate and digitally native startups are well-positioned to address their needs, according to a survey commissioned by EMC India.
According to the study by Greyhound Research commissioned by technology firm EMC India, technology is helping start-ups deliver unique and personalised experiences compared to mid and large-sized enterprises.
When it comes to the Indian enterprises, Apple will have to struggle on the price front, along with other challenges too.
Even that Windows 10 offers an advantage over the previous operating system, getting into Indian enterprises is going to be tough for Microsoft.
The government in its upcoming budget must ensure a simplified tax regime to relieve the burden of exorbitant taxes on this account.
More than 30 percent of these organisations are facing challenges like lack of clarity on policies for multiple users and roles in the organisation, making the choice between app wrapping or deploying an MDM solution among others.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious plan of developing 100 "smart cities" across the country may have been lauded by India Inc., but "mere announcement is not enough," believe analysts.
Finance Minister's comment that many Indian SMEs were run by members of the Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST) and Other Backward Castes (OBC) was a patronising comment, believed Greyhound Research Chief Analyst Sanchit Vir Gogia.
With companies across the world veering towards cloud computing, the new focus is expected to bring huge opportunities for technology and services vendors like Infosys.
According to the FirstBiz-Greyhound Knowledge Group SME Survey 2014, SMEs from Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities find it harder to access suitable technology when compared to those from Tier-1 towns.
41 percent organisations in emerging markets are currently or planning to support iPhone and 37 percent for iPad, finds Greyhound Research.
Ashish will focus on Business Process Management (BPM), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Social Technologies, Digital Marketing among other things.