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Hathway CFO Vineet Garg resigns

Hathway Cable and Datacom chief financial officer (CFO) Vineet Garg has resigned which will be effective from 15 May 2018. He has also resigned as a director from the board of Hathway Bhawani Cabletel and Datacom.

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Uday Shankar sole media exec in top-100 powerful Indians list

MUMBAI: Sharing the space with the likes of Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Mukesh Ambani and Virat Kohli is the torchbearer of the Indian broadcast sector, Star India’s Uday Shankar. Indian Express’ list of most powerful Indians has ranked him at 69, making him the sole representative of the entire...

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OTTs give much needed fillip to stand-up comedy

MUMBAI: Even as recently as a decade ago, making a decision to become a full-time stand-up comedian in India was fraught with uncertainty. Today, however, the business of being funny is taken seriously. The genre is still just beginning to get popular in semi-urban and rural areas and the growth of...

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Axis Bank promotes forex card for overseas travel

Axis Bank has launched a digital campaign to create awareness about the convenience and safety of using Axis Bank forex cards over cash on foreign trips, enabling travellers to make the most of their experiences.

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Facebook’s move to limit use of third party data brokers angers advertisers

As a direct reaction to Camebridge Analytical scandal, social media platform Facebook has decided to block third-party data providers from its advertising platform.

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