A company’s reputation is said to be its most valued assets but few companies suffer any serious damage after even successive misdemeanors. In this practical age whether a company cheats on taxes or destroys the lives of tribals is for someone else to worry about, which is why the fashion of investing under Environment, Social and Governance parameters is now under question, writes T N Ninan. Read it here
In other views:
says the Agnipath scheme can be dressed up any way the government chooses but the idea sends a clear signal of extreme financial weakness. Read it here
T C A Srinivasa Raghavan
writes that economics and politics have exchanged roles, in which the former concerns itself with the distribution of the fruits of growth and politicians talk about growth. Read it here
discusses the growing research into the science of reverse aging. Read it here
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