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Piyush Prasad joins Harley-Davidson India

Piyush Prasad has joined Harley-Davidson India as manager for market operations, based out of Gurugram. In this position, he will report to Peter Mackenzie who is the managing director for Harley-Davidson India and China.

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Comment: MIB's botched whip on fake news akin to testing waters

With the scourge of fake news rampant globally, any attempt to counter it is always a welcome move. And just for that India’s Minister of Information and Broadcasting Smriti Irani cannot be faulted even if such a view is radical and would be open to severe criticism-as it was in India over the last...

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BBC takes ‘fake news’ battle global

The BBC today sets out its ambition to be a global leader in the fight against fake news, which is creating a huge decline in global audiences’ trust in media.

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46% say social media easiest to spread fake news:Chrome Study

BENGALURU: It is easiest to spread fake news through social media says a Chrome Data Analytics & Media (Chrome) study – on the query ‘platform versus trust’.Moreover, 46 percent of 389 respondents felt that social media platforms were the easiest way to spread fake news against four percent...

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How FB is helping brands to grow their biz in India

MUMBAI: Between dealing and refining its ad-targeting technology, coming clean about overestimating its video metrics to clients, failing to successfully launch Free Basics in India following ban by TRAI, its most recent tussle with Fake News, and, still doubling its revenues to USD 7.01 billion...

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