India rules out talks with Pakistan at Heart of Asia meet
New Delhi has shot down any chance for a bilateral dialogue as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's foreign affairs adviser heads to Amritsar for a key regional summit
Business will grow, but paper currency will shrink: Jaitley
Finance minister Arun Jaitley today said the country was at the cusp of change and the battle between the taxman and the people who try to beat the system will continue
Valeant Pharmaceuticals talks to sell Salix to Japan's Takeda breaks down

Some analysts have said that Valeant is an Enron in the making, while others have said that the company is like a pack of cards just waiting to collapse

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $1.04 bn over faulty hip implants
In lawsuits that were combined in a trial, the federal jury concluding that J&J misled patients and their doctors about the safety of the Pinnacle hip implant
India to route all govt purchases through Amazon-like marketplace
The Narendra Modi government is reported to be already on track to move all central and state government purchases, from paper clips to power plant turbines, to an online marketplace.
Australian school students create Martin Shkreli's rip-off drug for under $20
US executive Martin Shkreli who attracted universal scorn for his greed when he raised the price of a tablet of Daraprim from $13.50 to $750 last year, has been bested by a group of Australian high school students.
 
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  Start-ups: don't slip on the compliance banana peel!
  Start-ups tend to focus on product quality, marketing, and sales, leaving compliance with state and central regulations on the back burner – but this is a recipe for disaster, says Gaurav Jain, company secretary and founder of Lexcomply.com
  A platform for story tellers
  Koral Dasgupta, author, columnist, academic, content consultant and art patron, in conversation with Swetha Amit about her initiative "Tell Me Your Story"
  Bondings over the boss
  The most frequent and perhaps the strongest bonds with a colleagues in the All India Services, particularly the IAS, occur at the workplace when one shares an obnoxious boss, writes Vivek K. Agnihotri, former secretary-general, Rajya Sabha
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  Anisha Motwani, business strategist, speaker, columnist and author in conversation with Swetha Amit about her book Storm the Norm
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