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IBM Ties Up With 30 Organisations To Reskill, Connect People With Work Opportunities

Eleven Indian organisations joining the global alliance will give a huge fillip to not just bridging the skill gap in India, but also in initiating learners on the right career path by connecting them to the best opportunities,

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Care Ratings Revises India's GDP Growth Forecast To 10.2 % For FY22

Factoring the potential loss of economic output due to the restrictions in the state, the agency, on April 5, lowered its GDP forecast for the current fiscal year to 10.7-10.9 per cent.

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Cybersecurity Needs Multi-Faceted Solution, Role Of Tech Cos Crucial: Microsoft

The top executive noted that recent incidents like the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica event were 'tipping points' that impacted how people think about technology more broadly now.

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Living In A Co-COVID World, One Year On

The new normal has seen education, work and entertainment to shift to largely online domains and some innovations in this regard are worthy and likely to stay.

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Stocks, Oil Rise In Asia After US Records

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was last up 0.32 % at 721.53 after climbing as high as 730.16 late last month.

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EasyJet Calls For Exit-Plan From Travel Curbs To Rescue Summer

EasyJet warned it would fly no more than 10% of 2019's capacity in January-March, down from 18% in September-December.

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COVAX Programme Doubles Global Vaccine Supply Deals To Two Billion Doses

New agreements announced on Friday include an advance purchase agreement with AstraZeneca for 170 million doses, and a memorandum of understanding for 500 million doses from Johnson & Johnson.

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Europe's Spending Surge Will Not Make Debt Unsustainable - ECB

Governments are running up record deficits this year to keep their economies going amid partial lockdowns and public debt will exceed 100% of GDP this year, with further small rises seen next year and in 2022.

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Intel's Margins Tumble As Customers Shift To Cheaper Chips, Shares Slide 10%

Revenue from Intel's data-center business fell 7% to $5.9 billion in the reported quarter versus analyst of $6.21 billion

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Gold Inches Higher On Subdued Dollar; Trump-Biden Debate In Focus

Spot gold was up 0.1% at $1,861.16 per ounce by 0703 GMT. U.S. gold futures were down 0.3% at $1,861.60.

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Ryanair Cuts Capacity Further, Citing Travel Restrictions

Ryanair flew about 12 million passengers in the first five months of the current financial year and has yet to release data for September.

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TAC Security strengthens core team with Chris Fisher’s appointment as the new CMO

TAC Security has already established strong roots in the US market by adding large enterprises and Fortune 500 companies for its product ESOF and it will help us to build to root stronger in the global market with industry veterans.

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Corporations Will Assume Burden Of Safety, Raising Costs Post-COVID: Moody's

Investments required to change their sales approach, supply chains and operating strategies will weigh on retailers' capital plans and profits.

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South Korea's SK Bioscience In Deal With AstraZeneca On Vaccine

South Korea's health ministry arranged discussions between the two companies and will also begin discussions with AstraZeneca to introduce the vaccine to the country

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Let India Awake Into That Heaven Of Freedom

Indians are protesting that their governments are not accountable to the people. This is the core demand of the anti-corruption movements

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