Author: hamil

  • After COO, Unacademy CFO Subramanian Ramachandran Quits

    Unexpectedly, Unacademy is about to undergo yet another big leadership transition. Following the departure of Chief Operating Officer (COO) Vivek Sinha in August, the CFO is now the one to retire. Since 2019, Subramanian Ramachandran has been in charge of Unacademy’s finances; he will stay in that position until March 31, 2024. What does this…

  • Infosys Asks Entry, Mid-Level Employees To Work From Office At Least 10 Days A Month

    In a move that’s been creating ripples across India’s tech landscape, Infosys has thrown its hat into the ring, following in the footsteps of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). Infosys is now encouraging its entry and mid-level employees in specific domains to step back into the office for a minimum of 10 days each month, commencing…

  • AMD Predicts $2 Billion in 2024 Sales with New AI Chip to Challenge Nvidia

    AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) unveiled its ambitious plan to compete with industry giant Nvidia in the artificial intelligence (AI) market. The announcement came shortly after AMD’s quarterly outlook fell short of expectations, causing its shares to dip. The company has high hopes for its upcoming MI300X chip, aiming to disrupt Nvidia’s dominance in the data…

  • BlueStone Earned INR 771 Cr in FY23: Ratan Tata-Backed Jewellery Retailer Achieves Strong Growth

    What is the performance of Bluestone in FY23? Ratan Tata-backed BlueStone, an omnichannel jewellery brand, earned INR 771 crore in operating revenue in the financial year ended March 31, 2023 (FY23), an increase of 67% from INR 461.3 crore in the previous fiscal year. The Bengaluru-based startup reported a net profit of INR 35 crore…

  • How to Remote Start Honda Civic

    Introduction Whether it’s for a hot summer or a cold winter, remote starting your Honda Civic can be a practical and cosy method to get your car ready for a trip. This function makes driving more enjoyable by allowing you to adjust the temperature of your car before you ever get inside. We’ll guide you…

  • WeWork plans to file for bankruptcy amidst debt woes

    WeWork, the once high-flying co-working company, is teetering on the edge of bankruptcy as it grapples with a series of ongoing financial and operational challenges. After years of rapid expansion and a failed attempt to go public in 2019, the company’s fortunes have taken a sharp downturn, leaving its future uncertain. Pandemic and Mismanagement WeWork’s…

  • Tesla Cybertruck to Get “Beast Mode” Version with Sub-3 Second 0-60 Time

    In a candid and unfiltered conversation on ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’ podcast, Tesla CEO Elon Musk finally shed light on the eagerly anticipated Cybertruck. Musk, sporting a distinct outfit that he humorously referred to as “half-dressed as the wizard of Australia,” embarked on an intriguing discussion about the Cybertruck for the show’s initial half-hour. He…

  • UAW Strike Costs Stellantis $3.2B in Revenue, $800M in Profits

    In a significant development that reverberated across the automotive industry, Stellantis reported staggering financial losses in the wake of a 44-day strike involving 46,000 U.S. auto workers (UAW). The toll on the company amounted to a remarkable $3.2 billion in lost revenue representing a 5% decrease in Stellantis’ total revenue for the July-to-September period and…

  • Ford Partners with Tesla to Add Over 15,000 Superchargers to Its Network

    In a remarkable move that underscores the ever-evolving landscape of electric vehicle (EV) charging, Ford Motor announced on Monday its intention to bolster its charging network by incorporating an even greater number of Tesla’s Superchargers. This strategic decision, going beyond initial estimates, serves as a clear indication of automakers’ increasing reliance on Tesla’s extensive charger…

  • Hertz Slows EV Adoption, Blames Tesla Price Cuts, High Repair Costs

    In recent news, General Motors and Ford made headlines by postponing their investments in electric vehicles (EVs), attributing this shift to waning demand for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and the ongoing price battle instigated by Tesla earlier this year. However, this cautious stance towards EVs isn’t limited to Detroit’s automotive giants. Hertz, a renowned player…