Oil's problem of plenty in Opec's forecast for 2020

New Delhi, Sept. 12 -- Has Opec's forecast changed from earlier? Oil cartel Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) on Wednesday said next year's oil demand would be outpaced by stro... Read More

India's hiring sentiment fourth strongest: Manpower

New Delhi, Sept. 10 -- India is placed fourth on the strongest sentiment for hiring in the fourth quarter of 2019, just behind the US and trailing Japan and Taiwan, according to ManpowerGroup Employme... Read More

Phones vs FMCG: Truth between bytes and biscuits

New Delhi, Aug. 28 -- ' Rs.5 biscuit packs are not selling' is at the centre of many a debate on the state of the economy these days. But sales of Rs.15,000 smartphones are robust. Mint explains how t... Read More

TikTok's 15-second videos a rage, but govt isn't amused

New Delhi, Aug. 27 -- What has helped the spread of TikTok? TikTok, the app promoted by China's ByteDance, is the Twitter of videos. It is easy to use and the app's features allow anybody to make sho... Read More

Why Trump sees greener pastures in Greenland

New Delhi, Aug. 22 -- Donald Trump has said the U.S. is interested in buying Greenland, a semi autonomous region belonging to Denmark. Laughable as it may sound, Trump is serious, and the Danes are no... Read More

Why an inverted yield curve fuels fears of recession

New Delhi, Aug. 15 -- The yield curve has inverted in the US, so long-term bonds are paying the investor less than short-term ones. This has led President Donald Trump to call the US Fed chairman and ... Read More

A tale of two UTs: Can division have multiplier effect?

New Delhi, Aug. 7 -- Jammu and Kashmir has been separated into two Union territories- J&K and Ladakh. The undivided region's per capita net state domestic product was at 75% of the country's average. ... Read More

J&K's Article 370: Clause for peace is now laid to rest

New Delhi, Aug. 5 -- The Narendra Modi government has added a landmark chapter to Jammu and Kashmir's history, with the state no longer having its own Constitution or a separate flag. WHAT'S THE HIST... Read More

How will changes in the law affect companies' CSR?

New Delhi, July 31 -- Parliament has passed amendments to the Companies Act to strengthen laws governing corporate social responsibility (CSR). Mint delves into the changes that have left Indian compa... Read More

The Jaypee jigsaw: Filling the final pieces

New Delhi, July 31 -- It will be over someday soon, but, hopefully, not before it has taught a lesson to everyone involved-the government, the judiciary, homebuyers, and the promoters of Jaypee Infrat... Read More