From the Editor's Desk When Goldman Sachs says it may be forced to examine if capitalism is working, it's time to pay attention. The issue at hand is the relatively high profit margins of the top companies (S&P 500) over the past 25 years. In theory, competition should attract more players and push margins down. However, big companies keep getting bigger through M&A, effectively reducing competition. Another reason is technology, which explains the success of a Google or an Apple. It's difficult to point a finger at these companies, as they keep innovating and investing their profits in technologies that will benefit humankind in the future. However, can the same be said in other industries? - Comment
GDP data to set tone of Union budget Apart from taking cues on trends in economic growth, the government will be watching the nominal GDP data as well as private investment, consumption demands before finalizing budget allocations
Air India plans to take flight from MRO work Air India plans to take flight from MRO work - Currently, due to lack of adequate world-class MRO facilities in India, many airlines, especially the low-cost carriers, have been taking their planes to other nearby countries including Singapore, Dubai or Colombo, because of which India loses millions in foreign exchange.
Search Engine Optimisation In India : Bruce Clay Shares His Expertise On SEO ! Share on FacebookShare on Twitter You have a great product/service, but how will you let the community know about it? That’s where the marketing team comes into play, with the advent of internet, every company had both the need and the opportunity to expand their community. In this competitive process, everyone tried to stay on top, to ...
IPL insiders shed light on Guptill, Khawaja snubs Raghu Iyer, CEO of the Rising Pune Super Giants, believes IPL franchises did not go for international stars like Usman Khawaja and Martin Guptill because they did not want to upset their team balance