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Aon Hewitt buys Gurgaon-based online assessment startup CoCubes

Monday, November 14, 2016 | More »

Human capital and management consulting services firm Aon Hewitt has acquired Gurgaon-based CoCubes Technologies Pvt Ltd, which owns and operates online assessment and campus hiring platform CoCubes.com, for an undisclosed sum. With this transaction, Aon Hewitt, a global talent, retirement and healt...


Flipkart best place to work in India, finds Linkedln survey

This could probably be music to Flipkart CEO Binny Bansal’s ears. The online retailer, which was recently in a controversy after deferring the joining date of campus recruits from IIM-Ahmedabad, has topped a list of India’s best employers. The list by professional networking platform Linkedln ra...

20 June, 2016 | More »

Binny Bansal

Flipkart CEO Binny Bansal wants to bring old friends back to take on Amazon

Binny Bansal, the Flipkart co-founder who took over as the company’s CEO five months ago, is bringing back some of his trusted lieutenants from the past to revive the e-commerce giant’s fortunes and fend off the growing competition from US-based Amazon. As part of this strategy to power up the l...

20 June, 2016 | More »

Pawan Gupta, Co-founder, Curofy

Hiring a tech candidate? 5 things you must do first

So you have finally decided to expand your business. That, indeed, is a big decision. Whether you’re a professional whose practice has outgrown your available time, or an entrepreneur with dreams of growing the next Fortune 500 company, adding a new employee into the mix isn’t a process that sho...

13 May, 2016 | More »


Fast-paced Growth, Big Salaries Lure Pros To E-com Space

In the past six months, e-commerce has become the story of the year in terms of top-level hiring. A large number of corporate honchos from telecom, logistics, retail and dotcom firms are hastening towards e-commerce start-ups, attracted by higher salaries, equity ownership and the fast pace of the s...

26 September, 2011 | More »