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11 little-known startups backed by Ratan Tata
11 little-known startups backed by Ratan Tata
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Ola’s FY16 losses double to Rs 1,760 crore
Ride-hailing startup Ola saw its losses double to Rs 1,760 crore at the end of March 2016 as the homegrown player fights an intense battle with Uber to win the India market, according to filings made to the registrar of companies.
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Here’s what Apple needs to consider to set up its plant in India
The government wants iPhone maker Apple to consider a new manufacturing scheme offering duty benefits to set up its plants in the country.
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Here’s what cost Ola almost Rs 6 crore loss a day in FY 2015-16
SoftBank-backed cab aggregator Ola posted a consolidated loss of over Rs 2,311 crore — about Rs 6 crore a day — during fiscal 2015-16, on account of heavy advertising and promotional expenses and high employee cost.
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Can Chinese smartphone makers take on Samsung in India?
Although Samsung’s market share has been stagnating, it is too early to write it off and it won’t be a pushover like the desi players, say experts.
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Indian telcos’ revenue to reach $63 billion by 2026: Ericsson
The revenue of telecom operators in India is likely to reach $63 billion or over Rs 4 lakh crore from traditional services by 2026 due to growth in economy and population, a report from Swedish telecom gear maker Ericsson said.
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Here’s what to expect from Microsoft’s May 2 event
Tuesday, May 2, 2017, Microsoft is holding an education-focused conference in the US city of New York (#MicrosoftEDU). The event could see the firm reveal new hardware and software solutions aimed specifically at students.
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Hackers may be able to steal data from your brain in future: Research
Future ‘mind reading’ technology could allow hackers to steal or even delete data from our brains, unless new human rights laws are prepared to protect against exploitation and loss of privacy, researchers have warned.
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