EC fines Google record $2.7 bn for misusing shopping service
Google said it would review the Commission's decision in detail and consider an appeal to make its case
Lupin founder-chairman Desh Bandhu Gupta dies at 79
Gupta, who founded Lupin with Rs5,000 borrowed cash from his wife, turned it into a pharma giant with annual sales of Rs17,000-crore, and the eighth largest generic drug firm globally
Modi, Trump harp on terror, skip non-deliverables
Beyond a direct hit on Pakistan's support of terrorism, a dealmaker president and a nationalist prime minster could achieve little to declare to the world of any deliverables achieved during their first meeting
What a turnaround! SpiceJet becomes world's top airline stock
Two and a half years after SpiceJet Ltd was forced to ground its entire fleet for being unable to pay a mere $2.2 million in fuel bills, the budget airline has become the world's best-performing airline stock
Indo-US defence ties get boost as Guardian drone sale cleared
In a late night statement, the White House said completion of the drone sales would increase bilateral defence trade to nearly $19 billion, supporting thousands of US jobs
Computer model simulates sense of touch from the entire hand
The software will allow scientists to simulate the response of the entire nerve and use it to create realistic touch sensations with bionic hands
 
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Interviews
  Bullying in organisations begets whining: study
  It has been said that every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Now new research suggests that such a dynamic can play out in organisations, where bullying within decision-making groups appears to go hand in hand with whining.
  From the camera to the coffee table
  Pradeep Chandra, photo journalist and writer,  in conversation with Swetha Amit about his journey as a photographer and author of four coffee table books.
  Is 'doing good' bad for a company's bottom line? Yes, says study
 

Empirical analyses using a large sample of firms for the period 1992 to 2014, found that CSR reduces a firm's overall performance and investment efficiency

  Disconnect and be human
 

Mainak Dhar, managing director, General Mills,and the author of over a dozen books, some of which have been on the bestsellers list in India and abroad in conversation with Swetha Amit on his book 03:02

  To think 'outside the box', first see what's inside the box
 

Before hiring external consultants for any and every aspects of your business, first see what you can learn by applying common sense to available data, says Manoj Agarwal, co-founder of lifestyle events curator Xoxoday

  Demystifying the Kohinoor
  Best-selling author, historian, broadcaster and critic, William Dalrymple in conversation with Swetha Amit about his new book Kohinoor, which he co-authored with British radio and television presenter and journalist Anita Anand
  How to manage the failure of your venture
  Entrepreneur Sanil Sachar, co-owner of the sports brand Trusox, advises aspiring entreprenurs, "If the impact of your business leaks into your personality, then a failed business equals to a failed you. An entrepreneur is not the business but the ideas. So, don't take it personally. Separate yourself from your work."
  PK's karmic ride for love
 

Dr Pradyumna Kumar Mahanandia, aka PK in conversation with Swetha Amit on his remarkable 7,000-mile, five-month journey that transformed him from a street artist an adviser on art and culture for the Swedish government, while reuniting him with someone he loved.

  WannaCry a wake-up call for businesses
  As cybersecurity threats continue to evolve, ransomware is fast becoming the number one cyber security challenge for businesses, irrespective of their size, location or industry they operate in, says Shree Parthasarathy, partner, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP
  Retirement associated with lower stress, but only those with a top job
  A research paper suggests that the period around retirement may widen socio-economic inequalities in stress and health amongpPoorer people, or those in low status occupations, who often have poorer health and higher biological stress response levels, especally post retirement
  Fake news and filters aren't fooling internet users
  Despite what some politicians argue, fake news and biased search algorithms aren't swaying public opinion, finds a survey of 14,000 internet users in seven nations: the US, Britain, France, Poland, Germany, Italy and Spain
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