India Inc still reeling under the menace of data theft



Around 41 per cent of these companies saw such instances, compared to the global average of 29 per cent. India’s number is higher than other countries such as the United States (26 per cent), the United Kingdom (32 per cent) and Japan (27 per cent). It is also worse than other emerging markets. China had 39 per cent of firms affected by data theft. It was 19 per cent and 16 per cent for Brazil and Russia, respectively.



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India Inc hails Jaitley's reform measures



Bharti Airtel Chairman Sunil Bharti Mittal said India has lost one of the finest political leaders and a legal luminary.



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CCD crisis: I-T officer draws flak for tax terrorism



Balakrishnan refused to react to the India Inc criticism of growing incidents of tax terrorism following Siddhartha’s letter. Appearing unfazed, he said, “I only believe in doing my job well.”



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Income tax filing to be lot easier



Some of the policy measures announced are expected to go a long way in removing current challenges on financing faced by businesses and also increasing economic activity, especially in areas of construction and manufacturing.



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