Shirley founded, with a capital of £6, the software company Freelance Programmers, (later FI, then Xansa since acquired by Steria and now part of the Sopra Steria Group). She wanted to create job opportunities for women with dependents, and ... Deusto Business School, 1 month ago
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'India is no longer the India of the '70s and the '80s.''It's a large country with the fastest growing economy.''In working with India, you just can't go and humiliate the nation publicly.' USIBC President Mukesh Aghi tells Aziz Haniffa/Rediff.com about how he advises American companies to do business with India, what he thinks of Modi's government and the way forward for the India-US relationship. IMAGE: USIBC President Dr Mukesh Aghi, left, watches Prime Minister Narendra Modi present the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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