Back in 2018, the British-Dutch Company, HUL announced its merger with the Indian nutrition business of GlaxoSmithKline and was anticipated to support the FMCG company's position in the Indian market in a significant manner.
It was in the year 2007 that our perception of cricket changed forever. For those who cannot understand what the conversation is about, in this year, the concept of IPL was launched, leading to a revolution in Indian Domestic Cricket.
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What is a smartphone without an internet connection? Just a device that enables you to make and receive calls and messages along with certain other basic features. No doubt our expensive smartphones are not of much use these days without a stable internet connection.
Once criticized for its way of operations, today, JIO is clearly enunciating it's worth and tremendous potential. In the end, we can only imagine the future JIO holds for itself and the stakeholders (including India itself). The cards have been dealt, the stakes are as high and now there is no going back.
“Trell” developed in India by a company with the same name and now situated in Bengaluru has hit the market with a great thump. Developed in 2016, the main idea behind the application was to share the local and interesting knowledge for people who are not into blogging.
Major companies are incorporating personalization into their marketing campaigns, with Internet-based companies leading the way. When we access any website, we are asked for permission to allow ‘cookies’. Have you ever wondered what they are?
Taking birth in the minds of Rod Canion, Jim Harris and Bill Murto, Compaq possessed the crown of the largest purveyors of personal computers before the 1990s with every household’s dream to own one. With the succulent taste of success over their tongues, not a single individual could predict the cataclysmic storm that awaited for the company in the impending years which eventually killed this once glorious company in 2013.
Nokia. The brand name that was forged in Finland and outlived every other, so much so that it is now revered as a cultural phenomenon in the form of countless memes. The popularity is so widespread that even if you weren’t lucky enough to use its phones, you must be well acquainted with the classic ‘unbreakable’ Nokia phone.
The story today concerns a six-month battle tracing back to 2006, when the creation of the steel group, Arcelor Mittal took place, by far the largest steel company in the world, combining as it did the two largest companies - Arcelor Steel and Mittal Steel.