Business

Brands perceived as caring and friendly receive more reports after product incidents. However, instead of vengeful complaints, consumers report more helpful feedback so the brand can fix the problem, according to new research from UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.

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Promising tech start-ups all invest heavily in growth and have a global outlook from the outset, according to new research by Vlerick Business School and Deloitte Belgium.

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Amid a year of elections and leadership battles and following the airing of the 18th series of BBC’s The Apprentice, you may be forgiven for thinking that arrogance or self-promotion is a pathway to success in business. But new research shows that the opposite is true.

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India and the European Free Trade Association signed a Trade and Economic Partnership Agreement, i.e. TEPA, on March 10.

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Our country is endowed with 5th largest geological reserves of coal.  We are 2nd largest consumer of coal. More than 70 per cent of our power generation is contributed by Thermal Power Plants. For a growing economy, the requirement for power is fast increasing. The Indian coal sector has undergone radical changes during the last 10 years.

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Interconnecting countries' electricity markets could make the markets much more stable, thus price differences between neighboring countries are less volatile and more predictable, according to new research by Emlyon Business School.

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