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NCLAT directs Google to pay 10% of the Rs 1,337.76 crore penalty
In Digital
Jupiter launches new campaign focusing on its ‘On-Demand Salary’ offering
Broadcast sector warrants Ashwini Vaishnaw’s immediate attention
Celebrating 75th year of Independence, gameplay, immediate gratification, and higher rewards are KBC’s tenets this time: Danish Khan
Difficult to correct compensation, as women are hired at poor salary base: Deepika Warrier of Diageo
Why ad industry’s bottom of the pyramid needs an immediate salary correction
Editors Guild condemns arrest of Mohammed Zubair; demands his immediate release
In Digital
CaratLane launches ‘First Salary’ digital campaign
In Digital
Kinnect announces elevations and leadership changes across India
In Digital
TV news rating saga: NBF wants immediate release of ratings, NBDA says not before BARC makes the system foolproof
TRPs for news genre can resume only after elections
In-depth: Do Crypto ads need to be more transparent in nature?
IAA unanimously elects Megha Tata as its President for a second term
Top investors seek removal of Punit Goenka as Director of Zeel
India Today Group reverses salary reductions of print staff
In Print
Apply as Chief Broke Officer at fintech startup Fi
Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha TV merged together as Sansad TV, Ravi Capoor appointed CEO
Publicis Groupe to repay the salary sacrifice after solid Q4 results
Rajdeep Sardesai taken off-air by India Today over unverified tweets, faces one month salary cut
NBA wants news ratings blackout to continue, NBF for immediate release
Malaysia-based Instapay Technologies drove financial inclusion for migrant workers through digital marketing with help from Hiveminds
In Digital
Network18 reverses pay cut with retrospective effect
IRS not doing justice to growing newspapers, needs correction in methodology, says Shital Vij of Dainik Savera Times
In Print
More brands join chorus against toxic content on news channels, seek immediate course correction
Nudge from advertisers may force news channels into course correction, say industry experts