Discover how India’s Global Capability Centers have transformed from mere cost centers to innovation powerhouses, reshaping the global business landscape and India’s economic future.
Thousands of Nigerians gathered in Niamey, their capital, to celebrate the expulsion of the French military and the French ambassador Sylvain Itté, from the West African state.
Following regulator approvals in the UK on Monday the 21st of August 2023 and effective approval in the US, Broadcom confirmed that it plans to officially acquire VMware for $61bn on October 30th, 2023.
The changes in music consumption patterns and the rise of the streaming economy have recently sparked investors’ interest in acquiring popular musicians’ music rights as alternative assets.
By the early 1990s, football had evolved into all the glitz and glory it is today. By 1995, football was embezzled with sponsorship deals and television rights. Player deals inflated from £100 to £197 million nominally.
Cancer research is currently one of the most invested sectors in the healthcare industry, and at the heart of it is CAR T-cell, an exciting novel invention often talked of as the model of the future of commercial therapeutics. What exactly is CAR T-cell therapy and why is it worth keeping an eye on?
Fed up and tired with traditional bonds? Try Sukuk!
The energy in the room was electric as the votes were tallied and the winner was finally revealed, marking the pinnacle of this exhilarating competition…
Gambling advertisements are everywhere – on billboards, on the tube, and on shop windows. But does ‘responsible gambling’ campaigns funded by popular betting agencies such as Sky Betting & Gambling, William Hill, and Pokerstars solve the problem?
A perfect storm is brewing over Ulster
“Between 34% and 57% of STEM graduates in Arab countries, were, on average, women… one in three start-ups within the Middle East is founded by women”. Has the media misrepresented the Middle East? Read Diya Nadeem’s article to find out more.
This article is the second in a series that addresses the importance of Environmental, Social and Governance factors in an organization.
We have all been taught in our social studies classes that governments ought to do what is right and not what is popular; but what our teachers kept from us, is the sheer ugliness of the truth that is miles from reality.