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Year End Review -2019 of Ministry of Corporate Affairs

Year End Review -2019 of Ministry of Corporate Affairs Several initiatives taken for providing Ease of Doing Business to law abiding corporates Creation of Institution of a robust Insolvency & Bankruptcy framework In pursuance to objective of providing greater “ Ease of Doing Business” to all stakeholders, bring about greater transparency in corporate structure and…

Why California’s New Data Privacy Law Matters to Marketers Everywhere

Be compliant or be complacent. These are the two options facing brands and marketers today, as data privacy laws continue to increasingly take hold. For those paying attention, it’s been clear for some time that Europe’s GDPR regulations were only the beginning of a global effort to formalize and enforce protections for internet users and…

Rapyd, which offers fintech-as-a-service via a single API, adds $20M more...

One of the biggest trends in the world of financial technology has been an ongoing push towards consolidation, where larger fish are snapping up smaller fish (including a proliferation of interesting startups) to get improved economies of scale in a business model where every transaction brings incremental returns. But today, a startup that has built…

Microsoft Teams sees significant growth — but Slack isn’t going anywhere

We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Duking it out Microsoft Teams' future is bright, but there's still plenty of room for Slack to continue to succeed. Source: Windows Central Microsoft Teams saw major growth throughout 2019. The service, which initially launched at the tail end of 2016, reached 20…

Outside the Box: You call this a trade deal?

President Donald Trump talks in the White House on Friday about the trade deal he reached with China. OK, let’s assume that something deserving the name “U.S.-China trade deal” has been reached — even one dubbed “Phase One” or “preliminary.” Deep doubts would remain justified about whether it can possibly serve American interests. For example,…

Michael Bloomberg built a $54 billion dollar company. For 2 decades,...

This story requires our BI Prime membership. To read the full article, simply click here to claim your deal and get access to all exclusive Business Insider PRIME content. Bloomberg LP, the financial-data firm that presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg founded in 1981, has repeatedly been described as a sexualized, predatory environment in harassment and discrimination…

A serial entrepreneur with 4 startups on his resume tells us...

Alex Wheldon has founded four startups, three of which were acquired. He launched the latest, Rho Business Banking, in October.Fintech requires a balance of the speed of Silicon Valley and the compliance and regulatory standards at play in financial services.More established startups are able to compile different types of investors across debt and equity options…

B Corps are businesses committed to using their profit for good...

B Corps are for-profit businesses that volunteer to be graded by the nonprofit B Lab each year to ensure they're meeting the highest standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency, and legal accountability. They're among the most impressive companies treating "good business" as an idea that includes both profit and purpose. To B Corps, sustainable business…

Leaked Chinese documents give unprecedented insight into how Muslim detention centers...

Leaked documents from the Chinese government show the inner workings of the detention camps in Xinjiang, where reports have found that millions of Uighur Muslims are held and brainwashed under the guise of counter-terrorism efforts.The highly classified documents, referred to as "The China Cables," were obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), and…

GST rationalisation, compliance feature at Centre, state officers’ meet

By: ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi | Updated: December 11, 2019 4:43:37 am All proposals for rate rationalisation and revenue augmentation will now be taken up in the GST Council meeting, which is scheduled for December 18. Goods and Services Tax (GST) rate rationalisation, including a proposal to have a dual rate structure, a…