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Walmart wants to sell food products in India via both brick-and-mortar and online stores
Times of India

Walmart wants to sell food products in India via both brick-an...

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: Walmart, the world's largest retailer, is interested in selling food products directly to Indian consumers both by setting up brick-and-mortar as well as online stores, but it will take a final decision after evaluating the policy ... Times of India, 2 days ago
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Global buyers roll back into property

After a long gap, global investors are buying large retail properties for big bucks. While investors are buying them to build their portfolios, global retailers are acquiring properties to enter markets such as Mumbai. A month after Singapore ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Zero discounts on Patanjali products

Company relies on brand loyalty, says most of its goods are cheaper than those of other FMCGs t a time when both retailers and consumers are hooked to huge discounts on products across categories, one company has braved the zero discount ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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Cracking your iPhone, piercing your privacy

Sadly, governments and their agencies can’t be trusted to use private data, or decryption methods responsibly, says Devangshu Dutta.    What happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object? Third-party intervention can resolve the impasse. At least, that’s what happened in the face-off between America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Apple. The FBI (aka almost-irresistible force) demanded that  Apple (a nearly immovable object) help ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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India sets new rules for online marketplaces

The long-awaited rules permit full foreign ownership of sites that connect online buyers to sellers - similar to the model pioneered by Internet giant eBay. India has set rules for foreign investment in online marketplaces, allowing up to ...
 Khaleej Times1 month ago India sets rules for foreign investment in e-commerce sites  Times of India1 month ago
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How 'gurunomics' is fueling India's consumer boom

Be it consumer products, lifestyle or entertainment, spiritual gurus are stepping into business and are finding success Amritha K is a homemaker based in the central suburb of Ghatkopar in Mumbai. Like most housewives, affordable grocery shopping is an important item to manage. She keeps a hawk’s eye on quality but never fails to bargain for that extra rupee of discount from the grocer. “I’ve heard the products are of good quality and reasonably priced,” she says.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Business Standard India

'Gurunomics' fuels consumer boom

Amritha K is a homemaker based in the central suburb of Ghatkopar here. Like most housewives, affordable grocery shopping is an important item to manage. She keeps a hawk's eye on quality but never fails to bargain for that extra rupee of discount ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Zara faces the H&M heat

Swedish label H&M is stepping hard on Spanish rival Zara's toes in the premium apparel market. Inside Select City Walk, New Delhi, where almost every brand that wants a piece of the great Indian consumption story has pitched its tent, a grand ...
 Agencyfaqs!1 month ago

Alibaba may tieup with Tatas for online retail market in India

MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has approached Tata Sons for a possible partnership as it looks to set up shop in India later this year in a development that looks set to shake up the country's rapidly growing online retail ...
 Times of India1 month ago Alibaba may tieup with Tatas to venture into online retail market in India  Economic Times1 month ago Alibaba may tieup with Tatas to venture into online retail market in India  Economic Times1 month ago

Can an App-only E-commerce Model Succeed in India?

Myntra, India's leading fashion and lifestyle e-tailer, created quite a buzz recently. The Bangalore-based firm brought back its mobile (phone and tablet) website, which it had discontinued in May 2015. At that time, nearly 90% of traffic and 70% of ...
 Wharton1 month ago
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