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· Mindshare’s Anita Kotwani joins Carat India as CEO →
“There is scale, specialisation and integration at the core, and with my expertise in leading client relationships and growing diversified offerings, I look forward to lead the Carat brand for India.”
· Hong Kong workers report harassment by China →
Lawyers, bankers, professors and other professionals interviewed by The New York Times described a growing culture of fear in offices across the city.
· Fake tradie jailed for $360k home repairs scam could be free in months →
McDonagh grew up in an itinerant Traveller community in Britain with a violent alcoholic father and among a dangerous and dysfunctional family feud that led to the death of an uncle.
· Stocks in focus: Adani Power, Yes Bank, Dish TV, Maruti Suzuki, among others to remain in news →
The lender’s net interest income (NII) grew 46% year-on-year (y-o-y) to Rs 2,356 crore.
· Pompeo dials up criticism of Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong fight →
The comment highlighted the growing tension between the world's two largest economies amid the coronavirus pandemic and a new flare-up in pro-democracy protests on the island territory.
· Singapore's micromobility startup Beam raises $26 million →
Beam, which did not disclose how many customers it has amassed, will use the fresh capital to grow its operational and engineering focus and grow deeper in its existing markets, it said.
· Debates rage in Britain as some children go back to school →
But critics argue that the so-called R rate of transmission — estimated nationally at between 0.7 and 0.9 — was still dangerously close to the 1.0 figure above which the virus’s spread grows.
The Japan Times
· Japan’s corporate profits log biggest fall since 2009 as pandemic takes toll →
Corporate sales in Japan sank 3.5 percent from the previous year to ¥359.56 trillion, falling for the third successive quarter, while those of manufacturers grew 2.9 percent, helped by increased demand for industrial machinery.
· Foreign selling of local equities softened last week, says research house →
On Friday, foreign net selling was reduced to a level below RM100 million at RM74.2 million, lifted by growing optimism that Asian economies will gradually reopen from pandemic lockdowns.
· Guinness Record: World’s largest online business lesson held for post-Covid era →
Among other things, Bada Business offers MSMEs knowledge into business strategies to help them scale up and grow.