TCS Ranked Among Top Three Employers In US

The $17.6 billion TCS has 390,000 techies across 36 countries worldwide. Mumbai: Global software major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Monday said it has been ranked among the top three employers in the US by the Netherlands-based Top Employers Institute. “The Institute has also recognised TCS as one of the world’s best places to work for […]

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6 Ingenious Lemon Hacks You Will Thank Us For

When life gives you lemons, use them in your kitchen! That’s right. Lemons can be useful in more ways than one and not just to add a tang to your meals. This bright citrus fruit is full of Vitamin C and great for your immunity but you can also use it as a great hack for many kitchen […]

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Investor relief as US rate hike expectations fade – business live

Investor relief as US rate hike expectations fade – business live Markets await key US inflation data as Federal Reserve signals more cautious approach to rate rises John Lewis: ‘lipstick effect’ takes hold as consumer caution grows LIVE Updated 1h ago  A Wall Street street sign outside the New York Stock Exchange. Investors are pushing back expectations […]

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Sony Xperia XA1 Ultra is now available in the US for $399.99

  Although Sony’s Xperia XA1 has been available to purchase in the US since May 1, for some reason it took the company this long to also bring its bigger sibling stateside. We’re talking about the XA1 Ultra, which has only today been released in the US. You can pick one up from Best Buy in black, white, pink, and […]

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Android Pay gains support for 60 more banks in US

Google has once again updated Android Pay’s list of supported banks/financial institutions, adding as many as 60 new names this time, including Alabama Credit Union, Bank of Sullivan, Cabrillo Credit Union, Decorah Bank & Trust, and Equity Bank. The list also includes First Alliance Bank, Generations Bank, Hoosier Heartland State Bank, Isabella Bank, Lakeside Bank, […]

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Wipro lists Trump as potential threat to business in US Sec filing

In its annual filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Indian IT major Wipro has mentioned US President Donald Trump as one of the risk factors, among others, that could hurt their business operations. When Trump came to power, he increased the tariff rate for US imports (goods imported in the US) and promoted greater restrictions on […]

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