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Commercial real estate still has many bankable projects

Mumbai: The credit squeeze may be a blessing in disguise for banks. While the real estate sector in general has slumped, commercial realty has been on an upswing, with some projects yielding as high as 9 per cent. Bank lending to commercial real estate projects rose 15 per cent in July compared…

Why does Amazon have so many clothing brands?

Today, BuzzFeed News posted a reminder of exactly how enormous and inescapable Amazon is. In a single list, reporter Leticia Miranda went through all of Amazon’s various subsidiaries and sub-brands, many of which you probably haven’t heard of. The usual suspects are all there — Mechanical Turk, Twitch, Audible…

‘Marketing’ Can Take On Many Different Meanings At A Tech Company

(Photo: INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images) What are different job titles for digital marketers?originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Hugo Angelmar, Growth specialist and angel investor, on Quora: When I first applied for marketing roles…

Where many of the clothes you throw away end up

Ever wonder where your clothes go after you discard them? In Western countries, when you donate clothing to charities via shops, collection bags, or clothing banks many are given to those in need or sold in charity shops to raise funds. But what happens to torn…

Know how many seconds it takes to hack a credit card

New Delhi: Hackers can take as less as six seconds to hack a laptop and an internet connection to access an individual’s Visa credit or debit card data. As per a new research published in the journal “IEEE Security and Privacy”, “distributed guessing attack” can succeed…

Rajan: The ‘rockstar’ central banker who rocked too many boats

ecially in the ruling regime, which ultimately prevailed in ensuring that he returns earlier to the “realm of ideas” at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Experts say his biggest legacy would be steering the economy out of what seemed like a never-ending crisis…