IMF meet fails to address issues of protectionism, monetary expansion
While there is no universal policy prescription for diverse economies at different conjunctural stages, the IMF Committee said monetary accommodation should continue where inflation remains stubbornly below target levels
I-T Dept slaps Rs24,647-cr fresh demand on Sahara's Aamby Valley
The I-T move comes on the back of Supreme Court order to auction Aamby Valley after the group failed to deposit Rs5,000 crore of the remaining Rs14,000 crore to be paid to investors
PPG raises buyout offer for Akzo Nobel to $28.8 bn, threatens to go hostile
US paints and coatings major PPG Industries yesterday raised its buyout offer for its Dutch rival Akzo Nobel to $28.8 billion, threatening to take its offer hostile if the board of the Dulux paint maker does not engage in talks
Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales plans Wikitribune news service to combat 'fake news'
Jimmy Wales, the co-founder of the popular online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, is planning a news service,  to offer "factual and neutral" articles that help combat the problem of "fake news"
Kitty Hawk 2.0: Flying car may hit market as early as year-end
Kitty Hawk, a company backed by Google founder Larry Page, has come out with its first flying vehicle that it says may hit retail stores by the end of this year
Union Budget: 2017-18
Economic Survey: 2016-17

  Bahubali: the backstory of a blockbuster in 100 days
  Bestselling author Anand Neelkantan talks to Swetha Amit about his new book The Rise of Sivagami-part 1of the Bahubali series
  Juggling between reality and idealism
  Authors Padmashri Sudha Murty, Roopa Pai and Ranjit Lal in conversation with Swetha Amit on their experience of writing stories for children and adult segments
  Struggling with different work identities? Your work may suffer
  A new study from Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business suggests that how employees juggle different work identities may affect their job performance
  Curiosity skills the marketer
  Harish Bhat Brand Custodian, Tata Sons and chairman of Tata Global Beverages Ltd. and Tata Coffee Ltd director on the boards of Titan, Trent, Tata Starbucks, Infiniti Retail, Tata Unistore and Tata AIA Life Insurance Company, talks to Swetha Amit about his recent book The Curious Marketer,
  The physics of wealth inequality
  Adrian Bejan, professor of mechanical engineering and materials science at Duke University, says in a new paper published in the Journal of Applied Physics, that the growing income disparity between the rich and poor is part of the laws of physics
  Indian consumer goods sector could grow 9-17% over 3 years: study
  India is at the cusp of the FMCG 'S-curve', with significant room to grow over the next 5 to 10 years but the winning brands will be those that achieve greater household penetration, a CII-Bain & Co report says
  Looking beyond the yonder
  Swetha Amit in conversation with India's first blind solo paraglider and Himalayan tandem cyclist Divyanshu Ganatra on his journey and the concept of Adventure Beyond Barriers
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