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Many companies prefer to hire candidates who come in with vibrant professional networks, as it demonstrates their hustle and ability to make connections, he says. It also makes it easier for employers to identify and even poach other strong candidates.

As the ABVP demands the ban of the hijab and burqa in pursuit of establishing a uniform dress code, educational institutions in Karnataka are experiencing religious polarisation.

With multiple test firings and the assassination of the dictator's half-brother, what can one now make of North Korea's ambitions?

Sales and service staff need to consider and influence a portfolio of relationships, not only customers, write Willy Bolander, Christopher R. Plouffe, Joseph A. Cote and Bryan Hochstein

In the first article we discussed the pyramid of data science. For an organisation to be truly effective in leveraging data science, they need to embed data science into their Operations, their systems and their management. Organisations have traditionally due to not have regular processes

[rev_slider alias="understanding"][/rev_slider] Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. 90% of the world’s data was created in the last two years alone. Vast amounts of data can yield insights that can change the world. From helping prevent deforestation, predicting the weather, growing more crops to preventing diseases,

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