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Latest Articles in magazine 04 april 2016

Case Analysis: Beyond The Classroom

The challenge is not simply moral literacy. There seems to be a disconnect between theory and practice, writes Pranita Lele

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Case Study: Designed To Custom

How teachers and parents should value their child's uniqueness and individuality. “High School — It changes people into the person they said they would never become...” — Unknown

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M&A: Vaping, The Future Of Nicotine

Founder and CEO of Evolve Vapors Nitesh Rastogi exlains how vaping is a global phenomenon now and that India needs to be educated about this alternative to move towards a lung-cancer-free society

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The Social Circuit: Better Measurements Guaranteed

Facebook recently launched several new tools for Atlas, a people-based measurement and ad serving platform that works across different publishers.

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Globescan: Time’s Ripe?

The shares in the rights offering will be sold at a 35 per cent discount to 10 March’s closing price, and the family of CEO Lakshmi Mittal will maintain their 37 per cent holding in the company. The firm said it would offer shares.

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‘Everything Can Be Digital’

The chief technology officer of Razorfish Global feels that the exciting thing about technology is constant change, which is keeping it fresh

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Agriculture: The Farm Fetish

It is only when manufacturing jobs, millions of them every year, are created that small farmers and farm labour can find alternative sources of livelihood.

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M&A: The Wheels Of Freedom

The ad shows the Avenger man riding away from the daily grind and the experiences that would have otherwise slotted him among the ordinary.

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M&A: Playing A Smart Game

CricHQ is a digital platform for cricket that allows the cricket community to embrace digital processes and bring them money and time savings in their core operations

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Look Beyond EPF For Retirement

The hullabaloo on EPF taxation shows just how much people are banking on a single avenue to fund retirement. But there’s more than one option.

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Missing The Bus?

The finance minister has done well by maintaining the fiscal deficit at 3.5 per cent of GDP, giving the rural economy a big push and infrastructure the boost.

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Auto Design: The Tale Of 2 Cars

One is fast, furious, and everything else a millionaire desires. The other is economical, practical, adequately stylish and satisfies various needs of middle-class Indians

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Growing In An Uncertain World

The idea hence is to focus on creating a resilient business model and as one goes along, be receptive to the tweaks and changes required.

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Jottings: A Taxing Drama

The latest fund raising activity by Paytm has raised a key question: Is there an impending slowdown in venture capital (VC) investments in startups?

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Jotting Plus: To Nail A Lie

Now that the King of Good Times has flown the coop, what happens to the nearly Rs 10,000 crore he owes to banks? You need to have a peculiar kind of disposition to think it will ever be recovered fully.

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