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Businesses, like civilizations, rise and fall with the times. Similarly, some leaders stay at the top for decades, while others fade away in a few years. However, the route to success is not effortless for great leaders, nor are they

Bengaluru’s very own Metaverse City 'Luru' resembles a lot like the parallel universe The launch of Bangalore's very own Metaverse, a global first, is set to propel the tech city and India as global leaders at the 25th Bangalore Tech Summit

Partnership will streamline Meter-to-Cash processes, providing operational cost savings of 30% to 50% and improving back-office efficiency and customer experience New Delhi – 17 November 2022: Tech Mahindra, a leading provider of digital transformation, consulting and business re-engineering services and solutions,

Amazon on Tuesday announced its newly launched platform, Amazon clinic to compensate for layoff This November was really terrifying for the tech employees as most of the giant tech such as Twitter, Meta, and salesforce who are leading the market announced

Tesla is facing one after another trial. Court asks Tesla to pay US$56 billion compensation package As if he doesn’t have enough going on, Elon Musk will find himself in court later this week. A Tesla Inc director and a former

FTX collapsed, now an Indian-origin executive is suspected to be responsible for its fall Beleaguered cryptocurrency exchange FTX declared bankruptcy after a bailout from larger rival Binance fell through and other rescue funding appeared unlikely. It was facing a US$8 billion

Sam Bankman-Fried, a crypto billionaire, blames himself for the FTX demise and admits he is fed up FTX Sam Bankman-Fried apologized on Twitter, admitting that he was "fed up" and "should have done better." Bankman-Fried also announced the closure of Alameda