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Tesla Wins Case Against Former Employee Accused Of Hacking, Transferring Data

The U.S. district court of Nevada said in its ruling that it will grant Tesla's motions to seal "because compelling reasons support them, and they are unopposed."

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Investors, Occupiers to Re-imagine India Industrial Real Estate: Report

At $195 Bn, Industrial is now the second largest investment asset class globally: JLL Report

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94% Of MSMEs Relied On IT Infrastructure During The Lockdown To Stay Afloat: Reports Tally Business Owner's Sentiments Study

MSMEs employ about 110 million people across the country but the lockdown saw a surge in reverse migration affecting small businesses who were left with a limited workforce.

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Shahlon Silk Is Back On Track, Demand Coming Back During Festive Season

The company is gradually returning to pre-Covid production levels with social distancing and screening norms at its three manufacturing units in Gujarat located at Kim, Karanj and Kosamba.

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Automakers Seek Delays, Exemptions To India's Planned New Rules For Parts

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is keen to reduce imports to boost local manufacturing to make India more self-sufficient and enable it to play a bigger role in the global supply chain.

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Drug Controller Issues Show Cause Notice To SII Over Vaccine Testing

The Covid-19 vaccine search has led to a hiccup in the process where a UK participant reportedly developed reaction during the trials. Serum Institute of India responds saying it cannot comment on UK trials

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What It Takes For ‘MAKE’ TO ‘MADE’ In India

Make in India is a great place vision, as our dependency with imports should reduce, but that require mindset of the Indian producer to change to be able to compete with global players now

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Slim Majority Of Economists Bet On Malaysia Central Bank Rate Cut This Week

Malaysia's exports rose for the second straight month in July, expanding 3.1% from a year earlier on higher shipments of manufactured goods and agricultural commodities.

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Lonza Says First Lymphoma Patient Dosed With CAR-T Made In 'Cocoon' System

CAR-T therapies including approved products like Gilead's $373,000 Yescarta and Novartis's $373,000 to $475,000 Kymriah can be curative, even for patients in whom other cancer treatments have failed.

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FAA Investigating Manufacturing Flaws In Boeing 787 Jetliners

Boeing said some airplanes have shims that are not the proper size, and some airplanes have areas that do not meet skin flatness specifications.

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Preview: Development & Its Crossings

Today more than two million robots operate around the world, mostly in manufacturing, with the highest concentration in South Korea, which has fifty robots per thousand people.

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Indian Businesses need to brace up for more cyber-attacks: Infopercept Consulting

Indian Businesses need to brace up for more cyber-attacks: Infopercept Consulting

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Impact Of COVID 19 On Retail Sector & Key Learnings For The Future

Consumers are staying home and from shoes, clothes, to groceries, and everyday use items, they are relying on e-commerce and brand websites sites to make their purchases.

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Vaccine Makers Including Moderna Must Hit US Timing Goals For Full Payments

Moderna also receives $600 million when it can demonstrate it has built out industrial-scale manufacturing capabilities for its vaccine, even if that happens before the drug is authorized by regulators, the filings show.

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Birlasoft forms alliance with Microsoft, stock jumps 17 pc

Birlasoft forms alliance with Microsoft, stock jumps 17 pc

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