From the Editor's Desk So it's Friday and here are some of the most popular stories from taggit this week. The first one is about the relationship between Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, including the fact that Steve had a letter from Bill by his bedside in his last moments. Second, this list of the most stupid questions googled by people in each state in the US will bring a smile to your face. Finally, this speech by Raghuram Rajan on how India can create a billion entrepreneurs has insights on how regulation encourages informality in business and how access to finance is even more important than the cost of finance. Keep reading taggit to find fresh share-worthy stories!
So, is e-commerce only about entrepreneurs? The answer is no. E-commerce sites are among the top job creators in India at present. Starting from top business school and technology institutes to tier-2 and tier-3 colleges, e-commerce recruiters are ...
MUMBAI: Sanjay Lalbhai-promoted Arvind Ltd, which already runs a fashion retail business spanning over 1,200 outlets and 35 brands, is now betting on a big online push to further accelerate growth. It joins a growing list of brick and mortar retailers ...sp;
Mantra for #ModiNext3Years: Make old schemes work, put RSS agenda on mute After two years in power, Narendra Modi is somewhere at the mid-point of his tenure as Prime Minister. Yes, the formal tenure is five years, but in a political economy, the last year can safely be assumed to be more about the politics of re-election than anything else. Good economics will usually be sacrificed for …
Personal assistant app Helpchat shuts chat service, lays off staff Personal assistant app Helpchat has closed its chat services and laid off most employees working in those operations, its founder and CEO said on Thursday, as the startup tweaked its business strategy for the second time in less than a year. Ankur Singla said in a blog post that a lot of its user
What Twitter's New Character Count Means to Brands Agencies : Report Twitter, the San Francisco- based social media platform, has announced a big change in the way it functions. The company, which is estimated to have around 25 million users in India, has reportedly decided that it will soon do away with the limitation of 140 characters in its tweets.
Why Your Content Is Missing The Mark Marketers are dealing new challenges around measuring “connected content,” yet their confidence has increased around how to engage with their audiences, according to the newly released “Content Fitness Report.”
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