Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently asserted that a person earning Rs 200 a day by selling pakodas is also employed.
It should not be a source of pride that millions are managing to eke out a meagre income. Instead it should be seen for what it is – a sign of under-employment.
Snapdeal has announced it has ended talks regarding its sale to rival Flipkart closing out months of negotiation in a deal valued at up to at $950 million.
Shareholders of Snapdeal will now have to approve the deal, the sources told Reuters, declining to be named as the discussions are not public.
Amazon confirmed winning government approval for its plan to sell food products, but it declined to provide further details.
If you are the owner of a credit or a debit card, there is a non-negligible chance that you may be subject to fraud. Here’s how to stay safe.
Snapdeal accused Quickdeal’s former directors and management of misappropriation, cheating, misleading and defrauding the company in tune of Rs 3.57 billion
The solar-to-tech conglomerate is seeking to secure a piece of India’s industry leaders in everything from payment systems to online shopping and groceries.
India’s online retail ecosystem currently incentivises fraudsters to participate on various platforms repeatedly. This must be stopped.
Like most e-commerce players in India, Snapdeal is burning cash to sustain discounts – and keep customers – in a cut-throat online market.
The ‘Make In India’ campaign aims to make India a global manufacturing hub, but RBI data suggests that both FDI in manufacturing and the percentage of FDI flowing to manufacturing declined in 2015-16.
New Delhi: In a surprising turn of events, Flipkart, on Monday, announced that it had acquired fashion e-tailer Jabong from the Global Fashion Group. Over the last month, reports had suggested rival online retailer Snapdeal was on the verge of making a deal the Gurgaon-based firm, with Financial […]
The American giant Amazon is heading towards dominating the Indian e-commerce scene in the next few years
Panaji: Here’s some good news: The publishing industry in India is thriving and regional languages is where the readers are. In Goa last weekend, the sixth edition of Publishing Next took place with 38 speakers, 160 participants and two full days of discussions and analysis of all […]