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Why there is a bad smell about life insurance in India

A recent story reports on mis-selling and fraud by a bank in rural Rajasthan where they allegedly made bank deposit customers put their signatures on life insurance products of a group firm. 215 more words

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Danny Sparko: Whitechapel Heavyweight Consumer Champion

Dear Danny

I’m a single mum with 3 children aged 3, 4, and 6. As a special Christmas treat, I thought I’d take them to a local Winter Wonderland so that they could see Santa and generally enjoy the magic of Christmas… 419 more words


The Death of Net Neutrality Spells the End of an Open Internet

Yesterday, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Ajit Pai announced that the body would vote on the fate of Obama era rules governing net neutrality in December. 480 more words


Accountability of the cunning machines

Technology has a habit of moving faster than legality. Not too long ago media was shaken by various stories warning about devices that monitor and interfere in their owners’ privacy. 653 more words


Kiwis - Are We Really Complainers?

Heather Roy

9 November 2017

When Mike Hosking recently said the BSA and Advertising Standards Authority should be dis-established, it made me ask myself the question about whether kiwis are complainers. 1,047 more words


Right to a marketing free life

I am taking a marketing refresher course these days. In that course, marketing is defined as an exchange of values.

Seller gives products/ services/ experience in exchange of buyer’s money/ attention/ time/ trust. 297 more words