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India Inc seen spending, investing more in 2017: Amex survey

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times Indian companies are expected to spend and invest more this year, a survey showed on Thursday, raising hopes of faster economic growth and more hiring.Driven by positive economic
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Proof That ‘People Are Your Greatest Asset’

You might not be aware of a trend in the corporate valuation world. You might not think that developments in how companies are being valued by the financial world would be of interest to HR. But, hold on to your horses! Validation of “our
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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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Financial Planners Launching Recruiting Campaign of Their Own

Speaking of the financial industry and recruiting, now the financial-planning sector is launching a campaign to raise awareness of planning as a career. The CFP Board, which is behind the effort, is putting an extra emphasis on
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Lok Sabha approves Finance Bill, rejects changes made in Rajya Sabha

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times The Lok Sabha rejected five amendments moved by the Rajya Sabha to pass the finance bill on Thursday, completing the budgetary exercise well before the start of the next financial
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Finance Bill amendments: What the key changes mean for us

From: Hindustan Times Recommended by: Hindustan times The finance ministry moved on Tuesday as many as 40 amendments to the finance bill, in an unusual step. The amendments, over and above the proposed changes in the budget 2017, aim
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Strong corporate culture is a boon to business

In 1788 Edward Gibbon set forth in his famous book, "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire," five basic reasons why that great civilization withered and died.  They were:1.  The undermining of the dignity and sanctity of the home, which is
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Arvind Mayaram: Fuelling growth with corporate bond

From: Buisness-standard By Arvind Mayaram Recommended by: business-standard Globally, the availability of finance from banks and financial institutions is shrinking. With hardening of the prudential norms under the Basel regime, a