HCL Technologies’ CEO Vineet Nayar has created a stir by asserting that American tech graduates are “unemployable.”InformationWeek reported that in response to criticism that HCL
The agency expects to issue 100 million ID cards over the next three years.
Detroit auto dealers, shifting to Indian auto manufacturer
The leafy jatropha tree is emerging as a leading source of biofuel.
Property prices more than doubled during India’s Real Estate boom between 2005 to 2008
Satyam, the disgraced Indian outsourcing giant, has re-branded itself as Mahindra Satyam following its acquisition by Tech Mahindra. New CEO C.P. Gurnani said: “Mahindra Satyam
India has tripled it holding of U.S. treasuries during the past year and is now the 15th largest foreign holder of U.S. debt. Data from
This crisis is different, and ‘mother of all crises’ is not even beginning to describe it.
The new policy reduces the guaranteed placements based on SAT scores and grade point averages
India’s airlines are rapidly dumping foreign pilots
Indian media have denounced Obama “anti-India” stance.
Few Indians have hot running water and even fewer have air-conditioned homes — and that’s a good thing. A worldwide survey of environmentally sustainable behavior
Industry groups denounce the cynical offer.
Pomoter of India’s largest real estate company DLF, has sold $800 million of his shares
India’s central bank cut interest rates by a quarter point to 3.25 and lowered the country’s growth forecast for next year to 6 percent from
Hero Group drops joint truck-building venture with German automaker Daimler AG
The owner of an Indian restaurant in Topeka, Kan., faces 10 years in jail after being convicted of abusing illegal workers from India. Amarpreet Singh was
20,000 H-1B visas remain unclaimed this year.
Delta Air Lines, J P Morgan drop use of Indian call centers.
The global recession is taking a toll on the outsourcing sector.
Indian American companies are scrambling to cope with the deepest recession in a half century.
Foreign brands adapt to Indian tastes and preferences.
Contrary to the popular bashing on Capitol Hill that Indian companies use a majority of the H1B visas, an analysis by the National Foundation for
World’s Largest Importers 2008 1 United States $2.17 trillion. 2 Germany $1.21 trillion. 3 China, $1.13 trillion. 4 Japan $762 billion. 5 France $708 billion. 6 Britain $632 billion. 7 Netherlands $574 billion. 8 Italy $556 billion. 9 Belgium $470 billion. 10 South Korea $435 billion. 11 Canada $418
This agency says it will extend the date if the number of applications do not exceed the annual quota of 65,000.
The aircrafts will be delivered to the Indian navy over the next 7 years.
Jain, a former McKinsey executive, and a graduate of IIT Kharagpur and Harvard University, has been tipped as Buffet’s possible successor at Berkshire Hataway.
Pandit pledged that he would work for $1 a year until his bank returns to profitability.
IIM Ahmedabad produced the most CEOs, followed by IIM Calcutta.
Reader’s Digest is moving its IT operations spanning 45 countries to India.
"The level of depression is pervasive. This is a very dark period. Hope it provokes some serious introspection."
India's fiscal stimulus package
Couple submitted false Medicare claims in 2005 -2006
Unix engineer indicted on charges of computer sabotage for planting the malicious code after he was fired from his job.
Doctor secured private healthcare information on scores of patients and submitted fraudulent claims.
The largest banks that received taxpayer loans announced more than 100,000 layoffs.
IBM is pitching “Project Match” to those who are willing to work on local terms and conditions.
H-1B visa reform legislation is tightening the screws on outsourcing companies.
The Satyam debacle will have an enormous impact on India’s business scene over the coming months.
Reflections on the Rupee - and candy.