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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Why Goa hotels may be forced to cut rates



The company operated chartered flights from London Gatwick and Manchester airports to Goa between November and March and its closure will adversely impact local tourism.



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'Govt must not throw away money to corporates'



‘You can’t take money from Shaktikanta Das (the RBI governor) and give it to Nirmala Sitharaman (the Union finance minister). She will blow it away on Modi.’



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UP to woo foreign investors for its Defence corridor



The Uttar Pradesh Defence corridor is estimated to attract Rs 20,000 crore investment and create 250,000 jobs.



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Air India plans to take polar route to 'Frisco



The New Delhi-San Francisco Air India flight from this Thursday will now be taking the Arctic route, cutting travel time by an average 30 minutes. The planes will also consume a minimum of 2 tonnes less fuel per trip.



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Pakistan out, tea firms eye other export markets



Exporters are of the view that while direct exports to Pakistan will be nearly nil this month, and in the coming few months, alternative markets can be explored for exporting tea, which was originally meant for Pakistan.



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Election 2019 set to loosen advertising purse strings



GroupM said India would contribute $1.35 billion of incremental ad spends in 2019, emerging as the third largest contributor to global spends after China and the US.



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