Day: June 17, 2020


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-tech company Criteo hopes to shift away from being known as a niche leader in ad retargeting and redefine itself as “the ad-tech company for the open internet.” Leading that charge is Megan Clarken, who was hired as the company’s chief executive in October 2019.

Clarken’s task isn’t an easy one — ad tech is struggling to keep up with the changing current of consumer attitudes toward data tracking and targeting, as well as the policy and throttling measures being taken in response by governments and browsers. And a global has made it even tougher. I caught up with her in hopes of learning more about these challenges, and what overcoming them will look like for both the and industry as a whole.

You’ve been tasked with transforming the Criteo amid a


During the past six months, different states have been hit by cyclones, earthquakes, floods and other and properties, cars and other goods have been damaged in many households. For those, who have adequate insurance, this would be the time to make claims. In the case of a car, Sajja Praveen Chowdary Motor, business head, Policybazaar.com, says: “Accidents are just one risk. The general cost of an accident is in the range of Rs 15,000-25,000. Loss due to a natural disaster can be much higher. For example, 75 per cent of your car could get damaged if it gets washed away by flood waters or a big tree falls on it. These are large claims. It’s important to have a comprehensive auto policy with adequate riders or add-ons.”


Adds Bisheshwaru Singh, chief marketing officer, Universal Sompo General Insurance: “A comprehensive car covers not


India aims to double its refining capacity to 450-500 million tonnes (mt) in the next 10 years, said Union petroleum and steel minister on Tuesday.


The country has already planned the world’s largest refinery in the western coast, on which work will start soon, said Pradhan. The $44-billion west coast refinery project, with capacity of 60 mt, was announced in June 2018.


Saudi Aramco and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) hold 50 per cent in the project, while Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum Corporation, and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation hold the rest. There were concerns owing to land acquisition issues in Maharashtra.




“Our refining capacity will increase to 450-500 mt in the next 10 years. This will include both brownfield and greenfield projects,” said Pradhan, while addressing a webinar on the steel sector. Addition of capacity will create


The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has filed letter patent appeal in (HC), which is an appeal against a decision of a single judge to another bench of the same court.


The appeal has been filed in Gujarat HC, which had put stay order on e-voting by unitholders in the six wind-up schemes of Franklin Templeton Mutual Fund (MF).


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The matter is also likely to be up for hearing in Supreme Court this week, where FT MF has filed an appeal to hear High Court’s stay order.


The e-voting, which was scheduled on June 9, was suspended following Gujarat HC’s decision.


The e-voting process would have given the unitholders of Franklin’s schemes under wind-up, options on how they wish to take



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