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Anand Mahindra's 'Startup Hero' Is a Phoenix Who Rose From the Ashes Of Religious Riots, Car Accidents & More
After Mahindra drew the attention of his 9.5 million twitter followers to Paramjeet Singh's resilience against challenging times, many outpoured their appreciation and support for him
This year the industry is expected to thrive further and is projected to see 190-200 million shipments in 2022 alone with 5G looming on the horizon
Earlier this year, Richard Serbin joined Canadian-Israeli pharmaceuticals company InnoCan Pharma as a consultant. Now the former Johnson & Johnson Vice President and FDA Counsel is already making a major impact: this month he was a featured speaker with InnoCan's CEO Iris Bincovich at the iCDP Conference in Boston
As of Oct. 1, any unvaccinated employee who needs to miss work because of the virus will need to use earned sick days or medical leave.
'It's kind of creepy, but it's fine.'
The company is now valued at $850 million
For Microsoft, the contract is a big win for the company's Azure cloud computing service.
Alternative payment platforms from Google and Samsung pale in comparison to Apple's rising user rates.
SoftBank, WeWork's Largest Investor, Takes Control of the Embattled Office Company, With Co-founder Adam Neumann Stepping Down
The $8 billion deal is dramatically less than the office company's original valuation of $47 billion.
Amazon's Massive Investment in Food Delivery Startup Deliveroo Faces Further Delays Thanks to a Formal Antitrust Probe
The UK-based food delivery startup works similar to UberEats and shows signs of rapid growth.
WeWork Says Thousands of Its Phone Booths Could Have Dangerous Levels of Formaldehyde After People Complained About Odor and Eye Irritation
The company warned tenants that many of the offices' phone booths were being removed due to 'potentially elevated levels of formaldehyde.'
PV Sindhu becomes the only Indian woman to win BWF World Championships