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Sorry, but why is the government bailing out SpiceJet?
Wed, Dec 17 2014. 09 42 PM

Sorry, but why is the government bailing out SpiceJet?

It was heartening to see oil companies refusing to go easy on SpiceJet despite a civil aviation ministry directive asking them to do so
A typical job interview is a conversation between two liars: Fernandez-Araoz
Mon, Dec 01 2014. 12 45 AM

A typical job interview is a conversation between two liars: Fernandez-Araoz

An expert on hiring at Egon Zehnder, Claudio Fernandez-Araoz says looking at potential is essential
Kris Gopalakrishnan, the last of Infosys’ founders, leaves
Thu, Oct 09 2014. 07 59 AM

Kris Gopalakrishnan, the last of Infosys’ founders, leaves

In flesh and spirit, Infosys will remain India’s first start-up
Narendra Modi’s 100 days in office—Hits, misses and promises to be kept
Mon, Sep 01 2014. 10 12 AM

Narendra Modi’s 100 days in office—Hits, misses and promises to be kept

What we now know (and what we don’t) about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his NDA government
Much ado about readership numbers
Fri, Jun 13 2014. 10 41 PM

Much ado about readership numbers

There are discrepancies in the IRS and publishers and MRUC would do well to put their heads together and address the real issues
#MintElections
Fri, May 16 2014. 08 04 AM

#MintElections

One of the best places to track the numbers as they come in today, counting day, is livemint.com
The girl who lived
Sat, May 10 2014. 12 12 AM

The girl who lived

Denise Mina’s adaptation of, ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’, for a graphic novel is engaging
Movie magic
Sat, Mar 22 2014. 12 16 AM

Movie magic

Movies based on graphic novels tend to be uniformly good
Out in the cold
Sat, Mar 01 2014. 12 20 AM

Out in the cold

‘Snowpiercer’ is the English version of ‘Le Transperceneige’, a French comic book dating back to the early 1980s
Indian executives in US corner rooms: a math story
Fri, Feb 07 2014. 09 03 PM

Indian executives in US corner rooms: a math story

There’s no shortage of theories explaining why Indians do well in global corporations. The problem is, they are all wrong

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