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TNS CEO's amazing Big Data/MR projection. Instantly mobile vs online study. (RBDR 5.28.2015)

Today on RBDR: 1) TNS Global CEO Richard Ingleton projects where Big Data will drive market research in the long-term, a foretelling that might shake up many researchers. 118 more words

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Jonathan tells Nigerian workers to prepare for harsh economic times

Outgoing Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan has advised the nation’s workers to be prepared for the harsh economic realities in the country triggeredby the recent fall in the prices of oil at the international market, stressing that industrial relationship can only be more cordial, if democracy was nurtured to grow.He noted that the current unfavourable economic realities were so glaring that the workers cannot afford to ignore them in their engagements with government and as such advised them to be realistic with their demands.Jonathan spoke through the Minister of labour, Sen. 258 more words


Focus on Business: Global Export Slowdown Hits India

The big news this month in exports is that Indian merchandise exports dropped 21% in March 2015 compared to March 2014.  It now appears that India is now caught in the seemingly global trade slowdown.  153 more words

Bouncing Back (when you get the boot!)

On a street level, I’ve heard that losing your job is like a death in the family. But personally, I feel more like the people I worked with were my family and…

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Employee Engagement

Stop Working for the Bank!

In a recent interaction at a reputed MBA school, I was stunned to hear a student tell me, “The day I got my placement was the most depressing day of my life.” He further explained that he wasn’t looking forward to a life in cubicles and his heart was in starting out on his own venture. 794 more words


My novel was treated like a song of freedom

Interviewed by Faizal Khan for the Economic Times, November 18, 2010

When a publisher of cheap detective novels in Tamil asked Charu Nivedita if he agreed with him for a cover price of ten rupees for his new novel, the writer didn’t flinch. 633 more words