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Why Weinstein Scandal Matters For The Finance Industry

The trading floor at Bear Stearns in New York City in the 1980’s. My first day out of school, assigned to trade fixed income government bonds. That morning, when I commented to the managing partner running the desk that I liked his tie, he replied the great thing about the tie was that to which it pointed, and winked — ... Read More »

Why Millennials Are Choosing Podcasting Over Blogging To Build Their Personal Brands

Millennials are on the move far more than generations before them and their mobile devices are their lifelines. Also, according to a 2016 BNP Paribas Global Entrepreneur Report, millennials are starting more companies at an earlier age and targeting much higher profits than their baby boomer parents and grandparents. These three facts tell us some important things about a millennial’s lifestyle: They want to stay ... Read More »

Why Women Need To Buy Separate Health Insurance

Image for representational purpose only (Image Courtesy: AFP Relaxnews) Women are the pillar of a family. From being a humble housewife to a confident professional to a loving mother, a woman plays multiple role in a society. Today’s women are all-rounders or we can say are ‘doing-it-all’. But in midst of taking care of everyone, have they forgotten themselves? Although, ... Read More »

Why one of gaming start-up Razer’s early backers almost walked away

Gaming hardware company Razer might be targeting up to a $5 billion listing in Hong Kong according to media reports, but one of the start-up’s early backers wasn’t initially delighted with its business proposition. Razer — a Singapore-founded company based in the U.S — is best known for its gaming mice, as well as other related gaming hardware and software. ... Read More »

Diet Diary: Why all that you read about red meat may not be right

Beef: Round, Sirloin, Shuck, Loin  Veal: All trimmed cuts Pork: Tenderloin, leg (fresh), shoulder (arm or picnic) Lamb: Leg, arm, loin Red meat has acquired a negative reputation. Messages about its consumption are both confusing and misleading. It is generally believed that meat is rich in fat and cholesterol and a high intake of it, is associated with heart disease, ... Read More »

Apple is hiring a barista, but here’s why it’s not going to be an easy job

“Only” a Barista, you must be wondering? Well, think again, this Apple Inc job is definitely not a cake walk! Apple is hiring a Barista Apple Inc is looking to hire a barista for the Visitor Centre of its Bay Area office in Santa Clara Valley, California. The job will entail preparing a high quality or “stellar” espresso that can ... Read More »

Why do away with re-evaluation, Delhi HC asks CBSE

The court’s observation came while hearing several pleas by students, who gave the board exams this year, against the CBSE’s decision to scrap its re-evaluation policy. Photo: HT New Delhi: “Why should you do away with re-evaluation?” This was a query put to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) by the Delhi High Court after being shown answer sheets ... Read More »

Destiny 2 on PC Is Exclusive to Battle.net and That’s Great. Here’s Why.

HIGHLIGHTS Steam may be convenient but the user experience is dated Valve’s new restrictive policies don’t bode well for consumers either The outrage over not using Steam goes against the PC as an open platform Destiny 2 for PC will be available on Blizzard’s Battle.net instead of Steam. There’s been a tremendous amount of outrage from the community due to ... Read More »

A Conversation between Two Friends = Why Should You Renew Your Car Insurance Online?

It was a few years ago when Anjali bought her first car. She did everything to keep her car in a perfect condition— she got it timely serviced and insured it with a comprehensive car insurance policy. As she had limited knowledge about online procedures, she always preferred to rely on her agent for her policy renewal. However, her best ... Read More »

Saharanpur Dalit-Thakur violence: Here’s why UP blocked WhatsApp, social media

  Just last week, a message circulated on WhatsApp spooked Jharkhand villagers, mostly unsuspecting tribals, into believing that their children may be targeted by abduction gangs. The result: Seven people were lynched in 24 hours over the rumours. Why is the instant messaging app that is used by 160 million people – India is its largest market – facing such ... Read More »