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Tata Steel unveils cost-cutting plans for Europe business, including job cuts

AgenciesTata Steel is one of Europe's leading steel producers, with steelmaking in the Netherlands and the UK, and manufacturing plants across Europe.The Indian steel major said the changes were needed to ensure the business can thrive despite severe market headwinds and also accelerate innovation towards carbon-neutral steel making.

U.K. Election Rivals Try to Offer Business Leaders a Friendly Face

Election Rivals Try to Offer Business Leaders a Friendly FacePrime Minister Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn made efforts to dispel past impressions in speeches to Britain’s largest industry group.Prime Minister Boris Johnson, right, in London last week with Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the opposition in Britain’s Dec.

Polk County – Florida’s Best Place For Business

Sponsored By:Polk County, Florida located along the heart of the I4 corridor is a multifaceted economic engine centered on innovation, technological advances, manufacturing, logistics and so much more.In the past 18 months, more than $450 million in new capital investment and 2,400 new jobs have been announced in the county.

Lodestar UM retains Rs 500 crore Mahindra & Mahindra media business after 4-month pitch

53 PM ISTGetty ImagesThe vehicle maker, which spends around Rs 500 crore on media annually, is one of Lodestar UM’s oldest and most prestigious media accounts with a relationship of more than two decades.MUMBAI: IPG Mediabrands’ Lodestar UM has managed to retain the media account of Mahindra & Mahindra after a four-month-long competitive pitch.

Business Leaders on Capitalism, Challenges and Their 8-Year-Old Selves

What is the best piece of advice you wish could have been imparted to your 8-year-old self?, Turning Point TherapeuticsAs a mother, business leader and physician, I try to remain positive in the face of adversity.

The Week in Business: Spies at Twitter

Business|The Week in Business: Spies at TwitterWho’s spying on you online?Here’s everything you need to know about the week’s top stories in business and tech.

How digitisation provides new business opportunities for technology providers in healthcare

Mapping and moving medical data have always been challenging, but digitisation is throwing up new business opportunities for technology providers.And homegrown specialists like CitiusTech are playing to their strengths at the confluence of technology and healthcare, says ET.

Mississippi: Business Is Blossoming In The Magnolia State

Between those two places are aerospace and automotive companies known all over the world– industries that call Mississippi home.These are only a few of the reasons aerospace and automotive companies decided to locate in the Magnolia State.

Honda to expand BigWing business in India next fiscal, 5 brand new bikes among 13 launches

The company, which is present in India through a wholly-owned subsidiary Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI), is planning to give a boost to its premium motorcycle business Honda BigWing by producing such motorcycles in the country.The company, which is present in India through a wholly-owned subsidiary Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI), is planning to give a boost to its premium motorcycle business Honda BigWing by producing such motorcycles in the country.

Microsoft AI Tool Turns a Business’s Data Into Wikipedia-Like Snapshots

The employee-productivity tool, Project Cortex, is part of the Microsoft 365 software and will be available to all enterprise customers early next year., the tool is the first major product launch for Microsoft 365 since Microsoft Teams, an enterprise collaboration tool announced in 2017.

This Week in Business: Twitter Cancels Political Ads

Business|This Week in Business: Twitter Cancels Political Adswith interestNov.2)Damning DocumentsHigh on the list of people no one wanted to be this week: Boeing’s chief executive, Dennis Muilenburg.

Droom acquires Xeraphin to bolster fintech credit business

The Sandeep Aggarwal-led auto services company has paid an estimated $3-$3.04 AM ISTAgenciesAccording to a statement by the company, Droom Credit has processed over 10,000 loans over the last 12 months.

RIL's digital business rejig to bring platform apps onto investor radar, say analysts

The new structure will create the largest digital services platform company in India.The new entity will continue to work on technologies in areas like healthcare and education, while also looking at next-gen competencies.

This Week in Business: Zuckerberg Gets Grilled, and Boeing Goes from Bad to Worse

ETAllow us to interrupt your candy corn munching to bring you the week’s top stories in business and tech, including more fallout at Boeing and Mark Zuckerberg’s awkward visit to Washington.The company’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, was called to the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday to defend his new cryptocurrency project, Libra.

The Gem Palace: Jewellers to kings and queens: Meet Two young Kasliwals whose business dates back to the Mughal era

Generations of global elite have patronised The Gem Palace creations.Some of the signature creations of The Gem Palace can cost upwards of several crores of rupees.

us programmes: Fewer Indians applying, say 48% of US business schools

Around 48% of US programmes have reported a fall in international applications this year, with 23% seeing steep declines.7% at US programmes that responded to both the 2018 and 2019 surveys.

Indians applying to US business schools drop to 45% in 2019

Around 48% of US programmes have reported a fall in international applications this year, with 23% seeing steep declines.The UK improved its showing, with 61% MBA programmes getting more applications in 2019 over the previous year.

Sheryl Sandberg: The Gender Gap Isn’t Just Unfair, It’s Bad for Business

There’s no good reason why so many more men than women are being tapped for promotions, only a bad one—bias."There's a broken rung on the corporate ladder," says Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.

Voda Idea says fiber infrastructure business demerged to Vodafone Towers

56 PM ISTVodafone Idea has completed the demerger of its fibre infrastructure by transferring the assets to a wholly-owned unit, Vodafone Towers Ltd (VTL).This paves the way for the telecom company to monetise its optic fibre assets, which was pegged at $430-450 million.

Mahindra Group: Mahindra bus, truck business may slip back into red

15 AM ISTAgenciesRepresentative ImageMUMBAI: Mahindra’s truck and bus division, which achieved cash breakeven for a quarter last fiscal, is expected to slip back into the red in FY20, in step with the steep decline in commercial vehicles sales.The company said break-even may be delayed by a year or two from the earlier target timeline of FY20 even as it works aggressively to reduce its fixed as well as material costs to come back.