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China enforces brand-new limitations as Delta reaches almost half the nation

China imposed new travel and movement restrictions across the nation, including in its highly protected capital of Beijing, as a delta-driven outbreak grew to over 500 symptomatic cases scattered across 15 provinces and municipalities. Public transport and taxi services were curtailed in 144 of the worst-hit areas nationwide, while officials curbed train service and subway…

Sonata Software application rallies 9%, strikes brand-new high post June quarter outcomes

Shares of Sonata Software rallied 9 per cent to Rs 884.05, also its new high on the BSE in intra-day trade on Thursday after the company reported a strong 74 per cent year-on-year (YoY) jump in consolidated net profit at Rs 86.7 crore for the first quarter of the financial year 2021-22 (Q1FY22). On a…

RBI’s MPC is most likely to keep rate of interest the same regardless of inflation

Six-member Monetary Policy Committee is meeting amid weak indicators raising doubts about the economy's ability to sustain a nascent recovery Topics monetary policy committee | Reserve Bank of India | Interest Rates India’s monetary policy makers are likely to leave interest rates untouched for a seventh straight meeting, as their focus remains more on fixing a fickle economy than…

‘This efficiency frame of mind can simply take off’: iProspect’s Gonzales discuss constructing future media designs

October 11, 2021 by Michael Bürgi Last week was a big one for the performance side of the agency business. Omnicom Media Group’s purchase of performance marketing agency Jump 450 came a day after longtime Publicis Media executive Danielle Gonzales left to join Dentsu’s iProspect agency as North American CEO.  Gonzales takes over just nine…

How Harvard Business Review is utilizing a brand-new social-first vertical to reach a more youthful audience

Harvard Business Review’s brand hasn’t always been associated with robust digital content, but the publication is looking to change that.The timing is critical: over the past few years, a slew of publishers from Morning Brew to Yahoo have strategized around reaching a young professional audience — finding those readers highly engaged and attractive to advertisers.…

Why vaccine requireds might end up being an ethical minefield for companies

This article is part of the Future of Work briefing, a weekly email with stories, interviews, trends and links about how work, workplaces and workforces are changing. Sign up here. The COO at global customer data platform BlueConic wants her team to be open-minded about returning to in-person working, yet when it comes to vaccinations the company’s…

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This Tiny EV Can Change Its Width On The Move

The City Transformer is an unusual little EV that's able to widen its tracks by 40cm for added agility Driving in city centres can be pretty hellish. This isn’t something that’s lost on the world’s car manufacturers, which see painfully slow average speeds, a lack of parking and limited space on the road as a…

Zandvoort’s Weirdest Corner And Its Irregular Racing Line Explained

Racing driver and instructor Scott Mansell explains why such drastically different lines were taken by drivers during the Dutch GP Image via the Red Bull Content Pool Last weekend, Formula 1 found itself back at Circuit Zandvoort in the Netherlands for the first time since 1985. It provided a unique challenge to the drivers due…

Thousands in Tunisia demonstration versus president’s seizure of governing powers

Thousands of Tunisians protested against President Kais Saied's seizure of almost total power in the capital on Sunday as the growing numbers taking to the street in recent weeks have raised the risk of unleashing unrest.A demonstrator carries a Tunisian flag as he speaks with police in the capital Tunis on Sunday during a protest…

Wall Street suppressed after September tasks miss out on

© Reuters. A specialist trader works inside a booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., October 6, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid By Noel Randewich and Devik Jain (Reuters) - The ended lower on Friday after data showed weaker jobs growth than expected in September, yet investors still…

ECB guvs anticipate friction with federal governments as end of assistance looms

STRBSKE PLESO, Slovakia (Reuters) - The European Central Bank must think about the exit from monetary and fiscal support deployed during the coronavirus pandemic even if that displeases governments, three of its policymakers said on Friday. Belgium's central bank governor Pierre Wunsch, Slovakia's Peter Kazimir and Slovenia's Bostjan Vasle were discussing the end of the…

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