NTT DoCoMo to exit Tata Tele joint venture
Japan's NTT DoCoMo Inc is looking to unload its 26.5 per cent stake in loss-making Indian mobile phone joint venture Tata Teleservices Ltd and exit the country amidst mounting losses and tough price competition
Khazkhistan looks to India as China tightens hold on its oil economy
The Kazakh government is concerned over the growing influence of China, which now controls almost 40 per cent of oil and gas business in the country
Britain's Shire Plc recently rejected Allergan's takeover approach: report
Shire, the UK's third-biggest drug maker with a market cap of $33 billion, is itself an aggressive acquirer, having made 15 acquisitions since 2000
 
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  Online retailers have clear advantage by not collecting sales tax
  Two studies show that consumers spend less at online retailers when they have to pay sales tax – and investors are quite aware of the threat these firms face from new tax-collection laws
  Plugging the hole in Hawking's black hole theory
  Recently physicists have been poking holes again in Stephen Hawking's black hole theory – including Hawking himself
  7 Myths of CEO Succession: are boards taking the right steps to find the next CEO?
  The CEO's departure is, sooner or later, inevitable – but are companies prepared for it?
  How widespread is tax evasion?
  Every 1 per cent increase in the top US tax rate leads to an increase of 2.1 per cent to 2.8 per cent in foreign portfolio investment (FPI) from tax havens by Peter Dizikes
  "We focused on service over rapid growth": Rajiv Srivatsa
  After a tryst with IIM (B) and the corporate world, Rajiv Srivatsa co-founder of 'Urban Ladder'decided to venture into a home décor and furniture start-up. In this interview, he talks to Swetha Amit about the challenges in setting up the online business and its future plans
  What's next for Ukraine?
  While Western leaders are scrambling to find a way to limit Russia's actions, some of  suggest that Russia could incur serious long-term costs from economic sanctions or reduced access to capital. Peter Dizikes, MIT News Office
  Global attack needed to catch credit thieves
  Online credit theft is a global problem that requires a global solution, argues Michigan State University criminologist Thomas Holt in a new report for the National Institute of Justice
  Attractive men fare best in gaining venture capital: MIT study
  You can't judge a startup by the looks of its founder - but many potential investors do;  women and less-attractive men lag in the effort to find financial backing for startups.By Peter Dizikes
  Countries most at risk from Ukraine-style revolt identified
  A teaching tool developed to investigate the relationship between digital technology and political upheaval correctly identified Ukraine as the country most-likely to undergo a revolution
  One ''villain'' of the housing crisis played only a small role
  One of the major factors blamed for the sub prime mortgage crisis may have actually played only a minor role in the housing meltdown, new research by Itzhak Ben-David, an author of the study and assistant professor of finance at Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business, suggests
  Managing Gen Y's expectations is a challenge: Dr Ganesh Natarajan
  Dr Ganesh Natarajan, vice chairman and CEO of Zensar Technologies, talks to Swetha Amit about his new book What we really want, which explores the aspirations of Gen Y, the role of the corporate sector in dealing with these aspirations and the future of the IT industry
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