With demand in the information technology (IT) services sector on the rise and costs and restrictions on long-term work visas for the US expected to increase, H-1B visa holders have become hot property for IT companies.
The recent strength in the stock market, which took key indices to record highs, could be put to test in the days ahead ahead as investors and traders may consider taking home a portion of the gains clocked last week.
On March 4, 2014, when Roy was arrested and produced before the Supreme Court, the group offered to produce a bank guarantee of Rs 22,500 crore in full settlement.
At a time when businesses are looking to explore all possible benefits that can be derived from the fast-growing social media wave, marketing professionals are becoming busier by the day in trying to leverage from this medium.
The question in Maruti's relationship with its parent company, Suzuki, is whether the Japanese company intends to treat its minority Indian shareholders fairly.
The past is never dead. It's not even past," noted the American novelist William Faulkner.
The best part of foreign travel for public servants whom duty obliges to roam the world is coming back with home truths from abroad.
Roll up, roll up, punters, the Greatest Show on Earth is about to begin. India's vast electorate - aside from those disenfranchised for reasons like moving away from home - is about to vote. Though that isn't the show I meant.
Is exuberance back on Dalal Street? Analysts are asking this after the past three weeks saw the benchmarks indices on the two main stock exchanges, the S&P BSE Sensex and the National Stock Exchange’s Nifty rise 7.6 per cent and nearly
As election fever grips the market, traders tend to look at various ways to benefit from the likely sharp swings in stocks. Among other strategies, a relatively safer way of making a quick buck from market gyrations is to bet on the volatility.
The earnings outlook for United Spirits has got clouded by stagnant volumes and price cuts but it continues to find favour from foreign investors for a variety of reasons.
With elections round the corner, abuse peppers the hyperbole and rhetoric employed by candidates to boost their image. They are calling each other frauds, imposters and murderers.
A Japanese American man, thought to be the reclusive multi-millionaire father of bitcoin, emerged from a modest Southern California home and denied involvement with the digital currency before leading reporters on a freeway car chase to the local