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Rajat Gupta, who was the convict in the 2012 US insider trading case, will release his book next week.

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India postpones accounting rules, sparing banks bad-loan piles
India postpones accounting rules, sparing banks bad-loan piles
The Reserve Bank of India has delayed the introduction of tough new accounting rules for the second year running.
FII flows to remain buoyant even after election: Sabarad
FII flows to remain buoyant even after election: Sabarad
'India a favoured destination for most foreign investors seeking extra element of risk-return reward. '
Fed nominee Moore says Dec rate hike was a big mistake
Fed nominee Moore says Dec rate hike was a big mistake
Fed officials estimated the long-term growth at 1.9 per cent for the US economy.

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Soundwave technology: The new frontier in digital payment space
Soundwave technology: The new frontier in digital payment space
This technology facilitates a universally scalable and cost-effective means of payment by leveraging the benefits of cash-based and digital payment methods.
For the love of beards: How this company is building a niche grooming brand for men
For the love of beards: How this company is building a niche grooming brand for men
Charanjeev Singh wants to take the brand offline with its first store in Mumbai in a space his grandfather purchased after the partition of India in 1947.
Can #Boycott be good for business and brands?
Can #Boycott be good for business and brands?
With the right premeditation, brands can wield backlash as a powerful tool to gain both exposure and support.
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How to apply for pension scheme of Rs 3,000 a month
How to apply for pension scheme of Rs 3,000 a month
A Rs 3000 monthly pension will be given to individuals who subscribe to scheme from the age of 60. It also has provision of family pension for spouse in case of death of individual.
ET Wealth Wisdom: Are you about to get fired?
ET Wealth Wisdom: Are you about to get fired?
These are the signs you need to look for to know if your job is safe. In other words, those that will tell you if you are about to get fired.
EPFO to send PF withdrawal calculation via mail, SMS
EPFO to send PF withdrawal calculation via mail, SMS
The worksheet is to be provided to members irrespective of whether they file their claims online or offline.
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When is the right time to rebalance your mutual fund portfolio?
When is the right time to rebalance your mutual fund portfolio?
When was the last time you took a look at your mutual fund portfolio?
CPSE ETF: Fifth tranche closing soon; should you rush?
CPSE ETF: Fifth tranche closing soon; should you rush?
This is the second CPSE ETF FFO of 2018-19 after a record Rs 17,000 crore mop-up in November 2018.
We have beaten our benchmark by 1.5% annually since inception, says Atul Kumar of Quantum MF
We have beaten our benchmark by 1.5% annually since inception, says Atul Kumar of Quantum MF
“When the market goes up and the stocks seem overvalued, above our limit, we sell those stocks. And in a rallying market, it is difficult to find other good stocks at our buy levels. So, at such times we sit on cash."
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    Digital tools looking like democracy's nemesis
    Digital tools looking like democracy's nemesis
    A prime example of the use of big data to influence voters is the Brexit referendum.
    Bet bait: PUBG tops video game wagers in India; transactions made using Paytm, Google Pay
    Bet bait: PUBG tops video game wagers in India; transactions made using Paytm, Google Pay
    Indian video gamers are betting on Mini Militia, Teenpatti, Dream11, Clash Royale but it’s Tencent’s PUBG that’s at the top of the list.
    Social media executives may face penalty, jail under upcoming rules
    Social media executives may face penalty, jail under upcoming rules
    The new guidelines are seen as the solution as multiple discussions with WhatsApp have not yielded results.

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    London-based industrial tycoons, Hinduja family top Asian Rich List 2019 with net worth of 25.2 billion pounds
    London-based industrial tycoons, Hinduja family top Asian Rich List 2019 with net worth of 25.2 billion pounds
    Steel magnates Lakshmi Mittal and his son Aditya Mittal remained in second place.
    After playing queen of Jhansi, Kangana Ranaut set to portray Jayalalithaa in biopic
    After playing queen of Jhansi, Kangana Ranaut set to portray Jayalalithaa in biopic
    The film will be written by K V Vijayendra Prasad, who also penned 'Manikarnika'.
    Not so safe: This Android bug allowed hackers to spy on users for over 5 years
    Not so safe: This Android bug allowed hackers to spy on users for over 5 years
    The bug could have allowed hackers to gain access to user accounts and spy on them.
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