China Announces Ban On $100 Billion Dollar For-Profit Education Sector

What Happened: China has announced a set of regulations that effectively ban the operation of for-profit education companies in the country. The new rules will no longer allow companies that teach school subjects to accept overseas investment, which could include capital from offshore registered entities of Chinese firms, according to a notice released by the … Read more

India a tough market to operate: Zomato’s Deepinder Goyal

Zomato co-founder Deepinder Goyal said India is a tough market to operate in but the company will not focus on short term profits at the cost of long term success of the food delivery company. “India is a tough market to operate in, but if you are building to succeed in India, you are already … Read more

Ola electric scooter likely to offer 150 km range

Ola electric is gaining an overwhelming response form the netizens. After the announcement of the colour variants of the much-anticipated e-scooter, spy images depicting its range have surfaced online. It is highly speculated that the Ola electric scooter could be the highest ranged two-wheeler EV in India with a range of 150 km. It is … Read more

Govt to sell stake in LIC in two stages to avoid market disruption

The government may not initially sell a 10% stake in Life Insurance Corp. of India (LIC) through an initial public offering (IPO), choosing instead to sell 5-6%, followed by a similar second public offering, given the mammoth size of the state-run insurer, four people aware of the development said. Although the valuation exercise of LIC … Read more

Banking, telecom driving growth: HCL chief

HCL Technologies is seeing higher spends on retail banking modernisation in the US, and in the technology and telecom verticals. These helped the firm report a constant currency growth of 11.7% in the first quarter, its CEO & MD C Vijayakumar said. “Banking clients in the US are also spending in the regular areas of … Read more