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Accounting for social media

From: Buisness-standard By Kanika Datta Recommended by: business-standard Social media has transformed political communication — ask Narendra Modi and Donald Trump — but the impact on the business world has been less obvious.
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A V Rajwade: Fiscal austerity and accounting

From: Buisness-standard By A V Rajwade Recommended by: business-standard A couple of weeks back (The Other Side, August 18), I had discussed how some economists in the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are now discovering the ill-
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Finding a Better Way to Value Companies in the Digital World

From: Via: Finding a Better Way to Value Companies in the Digital World a world
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Entrepreneurs Should Create A Degree – Not Buy One Off The Rack

A version of this article previously appeared on Forbes. Entrepreneurs create their own jobs, why shouldn’t they also create their own degrees? As described in […] The post Entrepreneurs Should Create A Degree – Not Buy One Off
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Hiring Wisdom: Which Type of Manager Are You?

Studies show there are essentially two types of managers (and companies) — those that are accounting-focused and those that are marketing-focused. Accounting-minded managers focus primarily on reducing costs and overhead. This approach appears
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Sumita Kale: Jan-Dhan not perfect, but its progress is laudable

From: Buisness-standard By Sumita KaleRecommended by: business-standardSumita KaleThe previous article set out the paradigm shift in financial inclusion in India through the Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana (PMJDY): Progress in inclusion has now
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Indian SaaS market to cross $50 bn: Report

English: Shows distribution of funding by % among counties; San Diego has recieved the most, at over 10% (Photo credit: Wikipedia) MUMBAI: SaaS (Software as a Service) products market in India is expected to cross $50 billion in the next ten