Week Wrap Up: From an Indian Shining Bright at the Oscars to Indra Nooyi's Entry in Amazon, Here's All You Need to Know

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Shining Star

India shines big at the Oscars. Producer Guneet Monga, who’s production house Sikhya entertainment co-produced a short movie Period end of Sentence won an Oscar today in the Best Documentary (Short Subject) category.

Twitter Against Fake News

For the upcoming 2019 elections, Twitter has been told to step up its game. A parliamentary panel asked Twitter to engage more actively with the Election Commission and respond to fake news and in "real time".

Indra Nooyi

Nooyi always emphasized on the 4Cs of leadership – Competence, Confidence, Communication skills and Compassion. She searched for a leader in every employee she worked with.

High Street Fashion

Marks and Spencers is all set to venture into the online space. Marks & Spencer and Ocado have confirmed a deal which will give the High Street retailer a home delivery service for the first time.

E-Mobility Dream

Ola plunges into e-mobility space with an independent charter. To further empower its EV dream, Ola Electric has raised $56 Million from Tiger Global and Matrix India

Catching the Shark

Grab has grabbed the eyes of Mukesh Ambani. Reports are rife that Reliance Industries (RIL) is in advanced talks to buy a majority stake in Mumbai-based hyperlocal logistics startup

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