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India's IT and business process outsourcing sector will have to depend on innovation to achieve its projected growth of $300 billion by 2020. Creating, managing and monetising intellectual property is expected to drive the industry in the coming
industry in the coming decade is expected to be driven through creating, managing and monetising Intellectual Property (IP), according to a report released here. Nasscom report released at the Nasscom India Leadership Summit here today.
Deloitte are together likely to hire about 43,000 people in the next four years. Deloitte are together likely to hire about 43,000 people in the next four years, top officials from the firms say. This is being propelled by a rise in business in tier-
the same person said apart from investing money for the 20% stake. India's first infrastructure debt fund which kicked off in December by raising Rs 750 crore from local banks, will join hands with various multilateral lending agencies to raise money.
International's survey of over 440 CFOs and other senior finance executives in 15 countries shows that the majority are poised to make the necessary investments and embrace intelligent finance function models. In India, the survey results show the
Mining giant BHP Billiton has exited from 10 Indian oil and gas exploratory fields due to clearance delays...The report said BHP Billiton, based in Melbourne, Australia, will continue to explore a deepwater field in the Mumbai basin in which it
A PwC official, however, said the number of resignations were "significantly less than that". PwC's roll in next 5-7 weeks, said a person familiar with the development. Dinesh Anand, Murli Talasaliya, Gaganpreet Puri and Arpita Pal and roughly 130
That the US economy has recovered faster than any other developed economy after the 2008 credit crisis is partly attributed to the strength of its bankruptcy laws. Companies such as General Motors and Chrysler that were on the brink are back in
He said, however, that the government needs to improve the country's infrastructure to promote growth. India's economic growth had slumped to decade low of 5 per cent in 2012-13, and during the first quarter of 2013-14 it slowed down further to 4.4
India, amounting to a rare mass exodus, multiple people familiar with the development said. Those quitting include Deepankar Sanwalka , who heads the 1,400-people-strong risk consulting division at the company. The forensic audit division, which