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Acquiring any kind of loss can be devastating for any company, business or sector. Such losses are exposes through many reasons and threats are one of them. Let's find out what can threaten the FMCG sector.
n Myntra, Basu will be looking after the finance of the company and with his expert knowledge; company is expecting to channelise its power in the right direction.
With much coherent retail and eRetail policies, advancements in FDI norms and rising preference of digital shopping, eCommerce in India is heading towards its unpredictable best.
The transaction comes three months after it got 400 crore, in a round led by International Finance Corp, the private sector investment arm of the World Bank.
In a fast changing business landscape, information is emerging as the new currency. Businesses today are dealing with huge amount of data every single day; industry estimates predicted that the 2014 annual internet traffic exceeded 667 exabytes.
Jasper Infotech's Online marketplace Snapdeal has closed a funding round of $500 million (Rs 3,259 crore) from Foxconn, Alibaba Group and its largest stakeholder SoftBank...
Snapdeal.com, is set to hire Anup Vikal, the current chief financial officer (CFO) of mobile network operator Aircel, as its new finance head.
To cash in on the burgeoning ecommerce industry,emeritus tycoon-Ratan Tata is betting big on online startups..
Joining the party of India’s blue chip business tycoons, the Burman Family Office, is increasing its pace of investment by investing Rs 250-300 crores across asset classes and stages in this financial year.
India's third largest software firm WiproBSE 0.93 % has named former TCS back-office business head Abid Ali Neemuchwala as its first ever chief operating officer, kicking off the process of succession planning at Wipro.
Walmart would source the products from Andhra Pradesh and sell where they have marketing networks. The company will brand about 100 items made by self-help groups and promote them.
PM, Narendra Modi on Thursday launched his pet “Make in India” campaign to put India prominently on the global manufacturing map and, in turn, facilitate the inflow of new technology and capital, while creating millions of jobs.