October 11, 2020

Younger generations are ready for big changes.

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Streaming giant Spotify is trying to make it easier for marketers of all ages to grasp what Gen Z and millennials want, Lee Brown, vice president and global head of advertising, told Cheddar.

“So, this hard to reach, highly-coveted demographic is showing up on Spotify everyday to listen, and we are encouraging marketers: this is the place for them to be heard by providing them these insights and these tips from this generation,” Brown said.

So what do young people want? 

According to its recent “Culture Next” survey of Gen Z and Millennials, more than 60 percent are “ready to rebuild society from the ground up.” The survey

Several trade bodies have urged

the Centre to set up a regulator to deal with the rising charges, amid the problem of container shortages that exporters are facing.

Engineering Export Promotion Council of India (EEPC) claimed that lines are demanding high charges as inward traffic from different countries, particularly from China, has declined for which the exporters are required to pay a higher amount for outbound consignments.

“Imports from China have fallen and the liners have increased rates. No company likes to sail empty after delivery of export consignments,” Sanjay Budhia, chairman of CII national committee on exports and imports, told PTI.

He said all the exporters across the country are facing this problem.

“This is leading to a situation where cargo is lying at ports. We urged the government to set

Anil Agarwal-led Vedanta Resources on Saturday said it had failed to receive the required number of shares to delist Accordingly, equity shares of and those tendered by shareholders in the offer would continue to remain listed on the exchanges, said the company in an exchange filing.

Promoters of the diversified metal and mining company required 1.34 billion shares to successfully delist from exchanges. However, their five-day reverse book building (RBB) process, which ended on October 9 evening, saw only 1.26 billion confirmed bids.

“The withdrawal from the process for any company acts as a catch-22 for the promoters/key people involved in the deal as it may trigger the insider trading probe in midst of fluctuating stock prices during the period coupled with the extremely cumbersome norms making it difficult, if not impossible to delist a company. Simply put,