Small Business Owners Are Retiring & Why Millennials May Not Fill The Gap on America’s Main Street

Small Business Owners Are Retiring & Why Millennials May Not Fill The Gap on America’s Main Street

A local hardware store in Worcester, Massachusetts recently announced that it was going out of business. This wouldn’t be big news, except Elwood Adams Hardware has been around since the Articles of Confederation. Dating back to 1782, it is (or...
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Govt keeping an eye on GST implementation regularly: Meghwal

Govt keeping an eye on GST implementation regularly: Meghwal

The government is monitoring implementation of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regularly and teething issues are being resolved immediately, minister of state for finance Arjun Ram Meghwal said on Saturday. Some technical issues with regard to tax payment hav...
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Markets open on a higher note on Wednesday

Markets open on a higher note on Wednesday

The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex) on Wednesday opened on a positive note during the morning session of the trade. The Sensex of the BSE after opening at 31, 534.57 points, touched a high of 31,581.78 points and a low of...
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NSE to enable bulk trades reporting on ENIT from Sep 8

NSE to enable bulk trades reporting on ENIT from Sep 8

The National Stock Exchange (NSE) has decided to facilitate its electronic platform ENIT for faster processing and online reporting by brokers to the bourse related to bulk and block trades from September 8. ENIT (Electronic NSE Interface for Trading Members)....
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Infosys shares rise on reports co-founder Nilekani may return to board

Infosys shares rise on reports co-founder Nilekani may return to board

Shares in Infosys rose for a third straight day on Thursday, following reports that former chief executive Nandan Nilekani could return to the board to help the software services exporter ride out its latest controversy. The board has been locked in a...
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Banking services hit as employees of public sector banks go on strike

Banking services hit as employees of public sector banks go on strike

Normal banking operations have been hit as public sector bank employees went on a one-day nationwide strike on Tuesday to protest against the government’s proposed consolidation move, besides raising other demands. Services like deposits and withdrawal at b...
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