2019-12-10 14:32:00| Fool.com Headlines
Digital-based payment stocks were huge winners in the 2010s.
2019-12-06 16:35:26| The Economic Times
UP Police's post comes in the middle of national furore over the burning of a 23-year old rape victim survivor in Unnao on Thursday as well another act of brutal relentlessness coming to light from Chitrakoot where a dancer was shot at in a wedding after she stopped dancing for the guests.
2019-12-06 16:30:26| The Economic Times
Announcing the fifth bi-monthly monetary policy on Thursday, governor Shaktikanta Das had said the reserves touched USD 451.7 billion as of December 3, an increase of USD 38.8 billion since April.
2019-12-06 12:00:39| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
The companies are linked by their records of discrimination, silencing dissent and undermining human rightsMy father, John Stanley Ford, was the first black software engineer in America, hired by IBM in 1946. In his day, there were no unions, and IBMs founder, Thomas J Watson, sought to keep it that way. Watson offered healthcare, paid college tuition and access to IBM country clubs all of which helped thrill most employees into never questioning whether they should organize for greater rights, like freedom from workplace discrimination. When I started as a software engineer at the company a quarter-century later, employees still enjoyed healthcare and country clubs but had very few rights. It was IBMs black workers who first fought to change this. Related: I'm the Google whistleblower. The medical data of millions of Americans is at risk | Anonymous Continue reading...
2019-12-05 12:35:00| Engadget
As we near the end of the year, it's fun to take a look back on what you and others have been listening to in the last 12 months, but also the last decade. Spotify has released 2019 Wrapped, its latest showcase of the most popular songs and artists b...