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Television companies are being shown up for what they are: go-driven expansions and mounting losses
We have pointed out time and again that TV channels aren’t making money for their shareholders even as each company generously continues to dole out stock options and perks to its employees. Employees of NDTV are clearly having a great time – given the hefty fringe benefit tax the company is...
If you have the slightest interest in financial markets, you know by now that a credit crisis is worse than a stockmarket crisis. In Trillion Dollar Meltdown, an early and illuminating study of the unfolding financial crisis, Charles Morris made the point vividly: “Overpriced assets are like poisoned mushrooms. You eat them, you get sick, you learn to avoid them. A credit bubble is different....
A cross-section of experiences of remote workers
The other day, my colleagues and I got talking about working from remote locations. The thought was triggered by one of our team-mates who is working remotely for a while and is enjoying it. However, she said to us that she is happy only because she knows she is coming back in a few months to the office. Working remotely may have several...