As the IT industry’s growth starts “ebbing,” it would not be able to provide employment to armies of engineers, says Narayana Murthy
NR Narayana Murthy, the father of Indian IT industry and founder of Infosys, has a prescription for the industry in these tough times.
Speaking to Moneycontrol, Roland Folger, Managing Director, Chief Executive of Mercedes-Benz India explained that if taxes on luxury cars were to be cut by even 10 percent, then volumes would rise significantly thereby adding to tax revenue.
Going forward, Edelweiss Tokio Life is also looking to participate in the government’s term insurance scheme under the Jan Suraksha Yojana.
RBI governor Urjit Patel, in an interview with Network 18 Group Editor-in-Chief Rahul Joshi, highlighted the strength of the Indian economy and the prospects of the country post demonetisation.
Following Cyrus Mistry's shocking ouster as Tata Sons chairman on Monday, the group's website has taken down an interview with him that outlined his vision for group companies.
In an exclusive interview with CNBC-TV18, Shereen Bhan, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar talked about the surgical strike that the Indian army undertook in the wake of the Uri attack, the historic Rafale deal and India's relations with China.
Noting that sluggish private investments were a continuing blowback from before the time he took office of the Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in an exclusive interview to Network18, said that India's economy has seen off the worst and that the government didn't want to take shortcuts to give it an artificial sugar rush.
Even signals, if not given at the right time, will not be helpful, Rajan said
Bosch GM Diesel Systems OE Sales Anjan Singh speaks on diesel engines, emission norms in India and the future.
Maruti Chairman RC Bhargava says the company tweaked the agreement with Suzuki Gujarat after shareholders expressed doubts over some aspects and it will seek minority shareholder approval "in the interests of good corporate governance".
We sift through some of the top interviews that were published on Moneycontrol.com through the week and bring you a collection of the best quotes from market-men, business people and policymakers.
The Cabinet‘s decision today to increase the cap on LPG cylinders from nine to 12 got a thumbs-down from the Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan who said the government should be careful about â€œexpanding misdirected subsidyâ€.
Energy expert Narendra Taneja says that results from Reliance's quarterly performances were in line with the expectations. But, the E&P business will improve, going forward and petchem sector needs to pick up.
The ministry of finance has shortlisted around 21 bank general managers (GMs) to fill up vacancies for executive directors in six state-owned banks. A special panel interviewed around 35 such bankers on February 12 and 13. However, the final approval from the finance minister â€“ P Chidambaram is still awaiting, sources told moneycontrol.com.
The brutal gangrape and murder of the 23-year-old Delhi braveheart and the assault on her male friend by the six accused paints a picture of not only abject public apathy but also police callousness.
When a painfully shy young woman contacted a fine wine merchant and said: "I have no qualifications - can I help?", she got the job - and today is signing deals worth millions of pounds.
Employers turn to social media sites like Facebook when deciding whether to even call a job candidate for an interview, according to a new study.
This interview is going to be tricky: I am being asked questions, for which I have made no preparation, by a former FT colleague turned senior headhunter, and an associate, who are trying to assess my intrinsic capabilities for a job I am not really seeking.
When Larry Page interviews people for jobs at Google, he gets so bored listening to their pat responses that he orders them to teach him something he doesn't know.
Mortgage lender HDFC on Tuesday met the market expectation in its first quarter results. However, a section of market participants are a bit apprehensive of the quality of retail assets. In an interview with moneycontrol.com the lender‘s vice-chairman and CEO - Keki Mistry sounded confident of its retail home loan portfolio.
Houses raising slogans and displaying copies of the newspaper that carried the Army Chief's interview. In the Upper House, S S Ahluwalia (BJP) raised the issue of Army chief's allegation and demanded a statement from the government.
Sony Ericsson President and CEO, Bert Nordberg had an interesting chat with the Wall Street Journal regarding Sony Ericsson‘s foot hold in the smartphone
The beginning of this week saw the unceremonious ouster of Yahoo!‘s CEO, Carol Bartz, over a telephone conversation with Roy Bostock, the company‘s Chairman.