Weekly Wrap-up: No Social Media Censor, Positive Stock Markets, Smartphone Growth & more…


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BusinessBlogpopularposts1 Weekly Wrap up: SMS Train Tickets, Flipkart’s Letsbuy acquisition, Yahoo desperation & more

If you are a business just starting out in Social Media space, you should keep this social media cheat sheet handy.

Social Media has changed the way we network and do business. However, it has also  revolutionized one of the unlikeliest of sectors in India – Agriculture!

Airtel has taken the lead in providing full itemized billing & online account management for their pre-paid customers, after TRAI’s directive came into effect couple of months back.

While networking online is important in today’s world, to get real results you need to ensure that you do offline networking as well!

Kapil Sibal has taken a complete U turn on Internet Censorship in India – He now says that there will be – No Social Media Censor in India ever!

Now, Government has launched a new initiative where you could soon get a birth / death certificate on click of a button on your mobile phone without a single visit to Govt. offices!

Here is a complete overview of all the Funding, Mergers & Acquisition deals for week starting 5th February 2012.

We took a look at some of the cases that Apple has for Trademark Infringements – Nearly every product from Apple stable has been accused of Trademark violations!

Indian stock markets are back after many months of negative range-bound performance. It has now crossed 18k on declining Inflation & Interest rate cut prospects!

2011 was year of smartphones and the numbers point to that fact as well. Indian Smartphone market grew 100% last year and is expected to double its size this year as well!

Do you know which are the most preferred investment destination states in India?

Do you have a performance review coming up at your workplace? Here is how to deal if things don’t go well in the review.

Times Internet becomes the first Indian publication to come up with Tablet-only Weekly magazine – TWEEK.

Here is an insightful article on how Samsung brought down the mighty Nokia in India – with well planned marketing & sales strategy!

Take a look at the top 10 Most Innovative Indian Companies of 2012 according to the Fast Company.

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