All eyes on this stock
ICICI Bank, India's largest private lender, becomes the world's second-most widely tracked stock. Trailing behind Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, it got the attention of all 59 analysts who have it on buy. In a stock market trending green, here is what analysts think about ICICI Bank.
Digital delivery, sans distributors?
At first, came Tata. Early this month, it sent out notices to Tata Tea and Tata Salt distributors, terminating their agreements, giving them one month to wind up the business. As the COVID-19 pandemic compels more Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) companies to go digital, here is why distributors may face the heat going forward.
Managing your expectations
As interest rates in the economy set on the decline, mutual funds will also deliver lower yields. Here, is how you can manage your expectations by also factoring in the macroeconomic situation and actual portfolio yields.
Smoke and mirrors
A week after projecting a serious tone on COVID-19 matters, Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to voice his support for the use of Hydroxychroloquine (HCQ). In response, Dr. Anthony Fauci has pushed back on these claims, saying that he will continue to do his job. With several studies claiming HCQ as ineffective in the fight against the virus, read more to find out where the US leaders stand on its use.
Facebook takes EU to court
Social media giant Facebook is taking EU regulators to court. This time, because EU antitrust regulators are seeking highly personal details as part of their investigations into the company's data and marketplace. Having been under regulator scrutiny over the last year, here is why Facebook thinks they are crossing a line.
Groceries out of thin air
Ever thought about having a garden at home, sans soil? Barton Breeze, a Gurugram-based startup has made this happen. It does this by growing tomatoes, strawberries, spinach, lettuce, using air. Tracing back to a technology that was first discovered during the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, here is how they make it a reality for the modern home.
What do job applications and arranged marriages have in common?
Netflix's series Indian Matchmaking
has sparked a keen interest in the realm of the arranged marriage. Just like a job application, the biodata is an exhaustive list of the candidate's qualifications which lists why they would be a perfect match. Here
is how this process has seen a revival after the show.