Damion Gutierrez

Damion Gutierrez

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In February last year, the Reserve Bank had permitted one-time restructuring of existing MSME advances, classified as 'standard' without downgrade in the asset classification subject to certain additional provisioning and other compliances
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"I literally cold-emailed [email protected]coinbase and said, 'I love bitcoin. Here's my thesis. I'll do any job'," Olaf Carlson-Wee said.
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Billion-dollar B2B refers to the forces shaping a new class of cloud-first, enterprise-tech behemoths with the potential to reach $1 billion in ARR.
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E-commerce is booming, but among the biggest challenges for entrepreneurs of online businesses are finding a place to store the items they are selling and dealing with the logistics of operating. Tyler Scriven, Maxwell Bonnie and Paul D’Arrigo co-founded Saltbox in an effort to solve that problem. The trio came up with a unique “co-warehousing” […]
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I spend so much time on Google Docs that I do my best not to think about it. But I was forced to today — because Google Docs is acting weird. There were issues. Firstly, I couldn’t select any text on Google Docs. Secondly, much of this text was running off the page. The technical term for this, I believe, is “a shitter.” On top of this, Google Sheets was layering text over the top of itself, making it impossible to read anything. And, I don’t know about you, but reading tends to be a big part of my Google…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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The program is funded by a $25 million donation from Intuit executive chairman Brad D. Smith and his wife, Alys.
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Netflix has a ton of great documentaries. Here are our picks...
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Krispy Kreme and Staples have promised doughnuts and laminated cards across the country. Local news outlets have reported on other deals from small businesses.
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There's a lot of iPhone 13 speculation already. If Apple delivers on these rumored features, we're in for a treat.
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Welcome to Insider Cannabis, where we're bringing you an inside look at the deals, trends, and personalities driving the multibillion-dollar cannabis boom.
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Ahead of this year's upfronts season, Nielsen and a major industry trade group representing the major television networks are butting heads over the measurement firm's metrics over the last year. The Video Advertising Bureau, which represents major networks including A+E Networks, Disney, Fox, NBCUniversal and ViacomCBS, this week accused Nielsen of "systemically under-counting" television viewership...
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EVGA sent out a GTX 1080 Ti manufactured in 2021, suggesting that the four-year-old card is making a comeback.
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President Joe Biden made the comment about guns as he announced his executive actions targeting gun violence on Thursday.
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Windows whinging? Take your mind off it with a sausage roll Bork!Bork!Bork!  The Easter Bunny has been and left us with a basket of bork in the form of Microsoft's Windows 7 End of Support (EOS) fairy.…
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Cybersecurity veteran Katie Moussouris explains what startups should (and shouldn't) do, what to prioritize, and the difference between vulnerability disclosure, penetration testing and bug bounties.
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The carrier is getting rid of shared data buckets and adding a new promo to get people to upgrade to 5G phones.
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Tough challenges are ahead for Philippine stocks that have suffered unprecedented withdrawals of foreign funds, illustrating the fragility of some emerging markets even amid the global vaccine rollouts. Shares in India and Thailand are also under pressure due to curbs to contain rising infections.
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The decayed corporate loan book may still show a sharp contraction for the year. Then there is asset quality, the nemesis of the bank that brought about its near collapse in the first place
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Advertisers looking for scaled contextual buying are finding solutions in publisher ad alliances. The post Publisher ad alliances get a new look as cookie changes loom appeared first on Digiday.
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The US added 916,000 jobs in March, besting the 660,000 estimate, yet Insider calculates some 14.3 million jobs were still lost during the pandemic.
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