Archives for June, 2017
The book, Data for the People, argues that we might need to rethink about the personal information we hand over without a thought today.
Think you have a weird product that no customers would go for? The story of Bob’s Pickle Pops just might prove that no product is too weird.
Sony Xperia XZ Premium boasts of 4K display akin to the Sony Bravia TV screens
Shaw said in the run up to the GST, pharmaceutical firms have taken a huge hit on their businesses in June as a result of pharmacists declining to keep stock.
GST on transport of goods by rail will be 5 per cent in place of service tax of 4.5 per cent levied earlier with exemption for essential goods
"Let me be very clear that if it is not profitable and does not add value to our employees, customers and shareholders, we will not embark on this journey," Aditya Ghosh, President and Wholetime Director, IndiGo said in a letter to its employees dated ...
Multiplexes in the city are yet to open bookings for weekend movies as they are unsure if the government would levy entertainment tax over GST.
With a single tax replacing the current system of multiple taxes, eating out may become cheaper, but restaurants are looking at ways to bill their midnight diners tonight.
The iPhone brought about the smartphone era and it's all happened within the last 10 years. Today, it's hard to imagine life without one.
Ajay Singh said his airline was "fully prepared" to usher in the indirect tax regime from July 1, and that airlines were working along with the government to resolve any concern.