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The Boss Baby, the latest animated feature from DreamWorks Animation SKG, directed by Tom McGrath (Madagascar), is told from the perspective of Tim Templeton (voiced by Miles Bakshi), an imaginative 7-year-old and delightfully unreliable narrator. Sizing up the motivations of a new sibling (Alec Baldwin) who arrives one day by taxi, Tim sees him as a pint-size corporate raider, staging a hostile takeover of the household, which is bound to involve serious top-down restructuring and the reallocation of parental love and attention. As the baby later confirms to Tim with the cool ruthlessness of any chief executive officer justifying downsizing: "The numbers just don't add up." For the ambitious and business-minded, there might even be leadership lessons to glean from The Boss Baby: the importance of delegation, cooperation, teamwork, and motivation. More here

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These 10 little-known stocks surged up to 850% in FY17; did you own any?

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Coal’s dirty Australian secret? It’s not coming back

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With Reliance Jio already having acquired a fair amount of scale in terms of paid subscribers, a moot question is if its latest offer of free services will attract attention of CCI

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A majority of economists expect RBI to introduce a Standing Deposit Facility framework to help drain surplus cash from the system without any collateral

The declining importance of bank credit

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Only five large banks can survive in the long-term: Uday Kotak

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Digital banking will become more intuitive

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Sebi to soon get access to internet, call records from abroad

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Toonz Retail to double store count to 200 by 2020; aims at Rs 100 crore turnover

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Food safety issue 'neglected' in India: Parliamentary panel

of safety and standardisation of food items, it noted.

Amazon, Flipkart battle now moves to in-house brands

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Delhi's oldest bookstores and the pleasures of the text

It is, perhaps, a reaction, when admirers of books criticise electronic modalities of publishing and sales. But, one can’t deny, this reaction is born out of a sense of loyalty to the tradition called print. Electronic print and sellers over the internet, then, begin to appear as unwanted twins who one might like for their appeasing qualities, like being easily accessible or relatively cheaper, yet cannot fully adopt.

GST In Logistics: A Game Changer

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Sebi to soon get access to internet, call records from abroad

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India, Thailand, Japan boost Huawei's Asia-Pac revenues

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Committee to redress mobile tower grievances in Gurugram soon ...

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Vodafone Just Announced A Merger to Become The Largest Telecom In India

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TRAI Is Wrong When It Comes to Reliance Jio's Promotional, Free Data Offers

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Reliance Jio extends Prime, becomes largest broadband provider with 72 mn users

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Food safety issue 'neglected' in India: Parliamentary panel

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Industry experts are looking at prominent entrepreneurial centres such as Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai as the most likely locations for the next big billion business to emerge from India.

Tolexo now available across multiple consumer touch points

He further added that the new iOS and the revamped version of the Android applications are big steps ahead for Tolexo.

Jabong launches sports & lifestyle brand HRX to its portfolio

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