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Indian Businesses in Australia, Melbourne, Sydney | Famous Indians

Boss Hug-o David Jones, bids adieu to Myer

November 1, 2013 |

Barney Stinson would have been in depression and in a serious dilemma if he was a trusted customer at Myer and a fan of Hugo Boss suits. Hugo Boss has announced to part ways with Myer and solely merchandise its … Read More

McDonald’s dumps Heinz Ketchup and iTunes cuts off 20% on cards

October 30, 2013 |

The latest news feed tells us that McDonald’s Australia is all set to dump its partnership with Heinz Ketchup due to a scuffle with rival burger chain. It all started this February when 3G Capital bought Heinz Ketchup at a … Read More

Latest Trend – Paying staff to quit!

October 30, 2013 |

A common trend being endorsed and employed by many corporations nowadays is to pay a subsequent recruitment bonus to those employees whom they wish to let go so that new people can take up their chairs. But question is whether … Read More

Facebook affecting productivity

October 20, 2013 |

In the middle of a work meeting last week, my boss’s phone beeped. “Sorry, I have to take this,” he said, reaching into his pocket and looking quite serious. The rest of us waited and exchanged worried glances. On getting … Read More

10 Greatest Marketing Blunders of All Time

October 19, 2013 |

The ghosts of marketing failures do not spare even the best of brands and agencies. Some of the brands who have suffered marketing failures have paid a really huge price in order to get past these blunders. Most of the … Read More

BlackBerry is Losing Market Share in Strongholds

October 3, 2013 |

According to a latest study, BlackBerry is losing customers throughout the world even in Indonesia and South Africa.

The research further reveals that if Apple rolls out a less expensive model of iPhone, the completion can get stiffer in some … Read More

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