“There is nothing called selling online. It’s just a technology for taking orders. It’s just an ordering mechanism wherein the platform operator doesn’t even have own products/brands to sell in the market.”
The government is planning to clear the air on reporting of internal financial controls made compulsory in the new Companies Act.
After spending tens of crore rupees on advertising, and in preparing their websites and logistics teams for the expected flood of deal-hunting shoppers, did Flipkart , Amazon and Snapdeal actually benefit from the big sale on Monday?
The government has given relief to minimum alternate tax (MAT)-paying companies, which were calculating the depreciation of assets using their own judgment.
Venture capital investment in India has already breached the billion dollar mark this year-—with a few months still to spare-—signalling the growing attraction of a booming startups sector.
To check wrongdoing in markets, the National Stock Exchange (NSE) has put in place an anonymous whistle-blower mechanism, similar to the Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Programme in the US.
We have all read numerous articles and heard economists and industrialists suggesting India’s workforce base and population in the right age bracket to lead the country’s growth phase over the next few decades. One often wonders if only the large young population is enough to achieve a growth trajectory which would lead India to a super power status?
While India has favourable supply side dynamics, thanks to its strong agriculture base, product development and innovation in the sector has taken a back seat due to lack of investments and incentives, finds a CII report on Indian Food & Beverage sector — The new wave prepared in association with Grant Thornton.
Private equity investment activity in India witnessed a significant jump in July as there were 54 such transactions worth $1.85 billion, led by the $1 billion investment in Flipkart.
India’s Companies Act, 2013, sets new standards of corporate governance for the entire world. Out of 470 sections and 29 chapters, 282 sections are already in force and final Rules on 19 chapters have been made effective from April 1, 2014.