MARKies 2019: Back for the third year with new categories

MARKies 2019: Back for the third year with new categories

Marketing magazine is launching its third annual edition of the MARKies Awards to celebrate the most innovative, creative and effective campaigns or projects spanning Singapore’s entire marketing services industry. Each year, the MARKies Awards provides agencies in Singapore with a platform to put...
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Chanda Kochhar, family’s links to Videocon group date back to at least 2001

Chanda Kochhar, family’s links to Videocon group date back to at least 2001

Chanda Kochhar and six members of the Kochhar family held shares in a little-known firm called Credential Finance Ltd, along with Videocon group, at least as far back as 2001, regulatory filings show. Three of the Kochhars were also directors...
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Bitcoin soars to $19,000 then falls back to $16,000; banks raise risk concerns

Bitcoin soars to $19,000 then falls back to $16,000; banks raise risk concerns

Even by bitcoin standards, Thursday was a wild ride. With a few hours, the volatile digital currency surged above $19,000, dropped back below $16,000, and then see-sawed before settling in just above $17,000 late Thursday in the U.S. The wild...
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Infosys to cast wide net in CEO search, may go back to ‘alumni’

Infosys to cast wide net in CEO search, may go back to ‘alumni’

Former Infoscions may well have a shot at clinching the top job as Infosys CEO, with the company looking at “alumni” along with internal and external candidates in its global search for the lead role. Within hours of taking charge...
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Govt should have exited debt- laden Air India 15 years back: Jaitley on privatisation

Govt should have exited debt- laden Air India 15 years back: Jaitley on privatisation

Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Monday made a strong case for sale of Air India as he asked how fair it was to use Rs 55,000-60,000 crore of tax payers’ money on the national carrier for having just 14% market...
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Wells Fargo claws back another $75m from former bosses

Wells Fargo claws back another $75m from former bosses

Wells Fargo has clawed back a further $75m (£60.3m) from two former executives in the wake of a fake accounts scandal. Former boss John Stumpf will give back $28m, while Carrie Tolstedt will lose share options worth $47m. Last year...
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