Staying the course in impact investing

“Behaviours change slowly. Time is often the most important investment you can make. It’s going to take more than one try to make an impact and it will take more than one success to make a difference.” This is one of the social impact principles that we, at the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, use to […]

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McDonald’s Is Lovin’ Technology

Restaurant traffic is decelerating across the United States, and research by TDn2K suggests that will continue at least through year’s end. Fast food behemoth McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD) isn’t immune to the trend. While the company doesn’t break out same store guest counts, management did mention on its conference call that restaurant traffic is down. Yet McDonald’s still notched a huge Q2 comparable […]

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Changes in lifestyle, alcohol to blame for rising gastro diseases, says expert

Chandigarh: Gastrointestinal diseases are ever-increasing due to changes in lifestyle and also due to societal problems such as high prevalence of alcohol and drug abuse in the region. This was stated by Prof Rakesh Kochhar, Head, Department of Gastroenterology, PGIMER, while talking to mediapersons on the eve of an update programme on gastrointestinal emergencies here […]

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Lifestyle changes can prevent diabetes

Changes in diet can help you keep diabetes at bay. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay) With diabetes becoming an increasingly common condition all over the world, especially in India, more researches are being conducted to treat it effectively. The focus point nonetheless remains the same: diet and exercise. According to a recent study, a healthy lifestyle can lower […]

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Enterprise B2B segment sees surge in investment

The growing need for companies to provide technology-focussed, innovative solutions has resulted in this jump This Delhi-based logistics company, which delivers online shopping orders, can do no wrong as far as the tech-focussed SoftBank Vision Fund, PE multinational Carlye Group and Chinese investment company Fosun are concerned. Their faith in Delhivery has helped the company […]

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Taavi: Myntra’s multi-cultural lifestyle brand gives traditional Indian textile arts and crafts a modern avatar

Taavi, the multi-cultural lifestyle brand launched by Myntra, has so far connected with over 1300 artisans from 7 states, the company said on Thursday. The brand adapts traditional crafts into modern fashion sensibilities, making them more relevant to the Indian youth and brings the consumer closer to the bigger cause of revival of Indian crafts. The collection for […]

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Over 10,000 designs at lifestyle exhibition in Vijayawada

VIJAYAWADA: Keeping in view the upcoming dasara festival, more than 70 designers, from across the country, showcased over 10,000 custom-made designs at Rufflez, a two-day lifestyle exhibition held at the A Convention Centre here from Saturday. Variety of haute couture, exclusive wear, jewellery, designer saree, lifestyle upholstery, accessories, home decor and luxury products would be available […]

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Lifestyle website for Muslim teens is covertly funded by the Home Office

SuperSisters is promoted as ‘a global platform for young Muslimahs in east London to share and create inspiring and empowering content’. Photograph: https://www.supersisters.co.uk/ A Muslim online lifestyle platform targeting British teenagers is covertly funded by the Home Office’s counter-extremism programme, the Observer has learned. The revelation about funding of the project has led to a row between […]

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TECHNOLOGY ROUNDTABLE

This month, Utah Business partnered with Holland & Hart and Big-D Construction to host a roundtable event featuring technology specialists to discuss the state of tech in Utah, tech talent, and trends in tech. Moderated by Sara Jones, COO at the Women Tech Council and CEO at InclusionPro, here are a few highlights from the event. WHAT IS THE STATE OF THE TECH COMMUNITY […]

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