The economist Steven Levitt and a journalist Dubner teamed up to write stories around various concepts of macro economics under the title Freakonomics and became best selling authors. According to them stories are valuable because a story exerts a power beyond the obvious.
Unveiled at Auto Expo 2018, BMW has launched its third-generation X3 in India car market. The new X3 will be available in two trims – xDrive 20d Expedition and xDrive 20d Luxury Line and a single diesel engine option.
The top brass of Gujarat Narmada Valley Fertilizers & Chemicals Limited (GNFC), one of India’s biggest fertiliser, chemical and petrochemical companies, is burning midnight oil to further position the brand as an integral element in the life of a common man in the country and abroad.
On 13 May 2018, a unique stainless-steel 1815 “Homage to Walter Lange”, created in honour of the company’s late founder, will be auctioned for charity by Phillips in Association with Bacs & Russo in Geneva.
Ever wondered why a Mini Cooper is priced so high in India, way above most luxury cars in its segment, and more than double the US prices of the same spec car?
Smiley has become an integral part of digital conversation in our daily life. Originated with typewriters, it has invaded into computer and mobile communications like wildfire.
Canon India launched a new mirrorless camera “EOS M50” with 4K movie shooting capability in India.
GAP, the iconic American casual apparel and accessories brand from the stable of San Francisco-headquartered GAP Inc, is on an expansion mode in India.
Lexus, the luxury arm of the Japanese automobile giant Toyota, which completed one year of its entry in April in India, the world’s fourth largest and Asia’s fiercely competitive yet lucrative third biggest car mart, is steadily gaining market share.
Audi, the third biggest German luxury car maker by sales in India, has introduced the second generation Audi RS5 Coupé in Asia’s third biggest car mart to boost sales.
Advertising has long struggled with an image problem around issues of diversity. The growing dependence on smartphones has transformed the way advertisers communicate with consumers. It is but obvious that mobile video will remain a big revenue booster.
The bizarre valuations in e-tailing are taking India by surprise. Flipkarts of the world are imitating Amazon but with no innovation drive.
Sports utility vehicles, better known as SUVs, are a rage today, selling faster than the sedans in India, the world’s fifth and Asia’s third biggest car market today.
It’s getting to look and feel good-the green way and that too with a dash of aroma!
Offering premium quality food in a fine-dining ambience and at an affordable price. Hyperbole?