Charlie Rose loses prestigious Walter Cronkite journalism award over sexual harassment allegations

Renowned journalist and former TV host Charlie Rose had his Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism award – a prestigious award for journalists – rescinded, following the numerous sexual harassment allegations that have emerged in recent days. “This unprecedented action is taken with the utmost seriousness and deliberation,” said astatement from Christopher Callahan, Dean of the Walter […]

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None of your business

If I am not being too inquisitive, could you tell me what teacher said to your parents yesterday? Now, that’s not only being inquisitive, being intrusive too! Being intrusive means tending to intrude (especially on privacy) and that can be quite irritating at times. Overly personal questions can be intrusive and when you ask such unwelcome questions that’s intrusive behaviour. Celebrities […]

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Whisky business

When the Kenyan chef-restaurateur Kiran Jethwa visited India earlier this year to shoot Spirited Traveller, a show aired on Fox Life that discovers a country through its favourite beverages, he made Fried Whisky Ice Cream—chocolate ice cream flavoured with whisky, oranges and pistachio, dipped in jalebi batter, deep-fried and served with sugar syrup—for the Delhi episode. “I was […]

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The History of Business Communication

The historical backdrop of business communication is, obviously, firmly connected with the histories of communication itself and that of business operations. At the point when the two consolidation, they turn into a fundamental piece of effective trade.   Communication is where an idea is shared between two living things. It can happen as a motion, […]

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GoJavas business declined 93% after loss of Snapdeal as customer, claims CEO Anand Rai

Anand Rai, the logistics executive who bought courier firm GoJavas from Snapdeal last year has alleged that the company’s business has fallen drastically since early this year after its early investor and largest customer Snapdeal stopped giving it orders. In an interaction with Moneycontrol soon after he filed a police complaint against Snapdeal founders Kunal […]

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‘Public sector doesn’t understand profit, business’

SpiceJet chairman and managing director Ajay Singh said on Friday that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) had become an additional burden on the civil aviation sector that needs to become globally competitive in order to boost tourism. “There is no shortage of ambition in the civil aviation sector but a lot needs to be […]

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Goldman Sachs studying whether to trade in bitcoins: Report

Goldman Sachs is exploring whether to launch a trading venture in bitcoin in response to client demand, a person familiar with the matter said on Monday. Goldman’s consideration of the digital currency could give bitcoin a boost at a time when it is under criticism in China and by some large banks. Goldman is looking […]

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RBI seen keeping rates on hold as inflation concerns revive

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is expected its policy rate unchanged at a policy meeting this week despite a sharp slowdown in economic growth, after inflation surged to a five-month high, threatening the central bank’s target. The RBI has made a priority of maintaining consumer inflation at around 4% — the midpoint of its […]

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