5 Things You Cant Afford to Miss in Mumbai

Summary: One of the most vibrant cities in Asia, Mumbai is a place of dream. Thriving modernism, captivating scenery, splendid bazaar & streets and a range of tourist attractions give travelers a complete holiday experience. Here are top 5 Mumbai attractions, you shouldn’t miss at all.

Mumbai doesn’t have so many historical attractions; it doesn’t boast rich wildlife and you don’t find so much adventure here, but this bustling metropolis has a unique lure that never fails to enchant its visitors. Interesting sights, thriving modernity and a range of fun-filled activities here are hard to surpass over. Following are top 5 attractions you can’t afford to miss in Mumbai.

Gateway of India: The most recognized monument of the city, the Gateway of India is thoughtfully designed to be the first thing a visitor see while entering Mumbai by boat. This enticing monument has remarkable history behind it. Striking symbol of … Read More

U.S. HR executives see working from home as part of new normal: survey

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – More than three out of four U.S. human resource executives think more employees will continue to work from home even after the threat of the novel coronavirus subsides, according to a survey by a large business association released on Wednesday.

The epidemic has upended traditional face-to-face working practices, with millions of employees at least temporarily based at home in businesses that have been able to make the switch to curb exposure to the potentially deadly virus.

The Conference Board report said 77% of respondents in the April 15-28 survey expect more employees to work from home more than three days a week, with information technology and financial services, already areas with the highest remote working rates, set to lead the way.

Tech giants such as Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc have said they would allow most employees to work remotely until the end of

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Sling TV Head Warren Schlichting Departs Amid Subscriber Loss And Parent Dish’s Wireless Push

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A transforming Dish Network expanded its senior management to oversee an aggressive move into wireless, hiring and promoting a handful of executives and announcing one high-profile exit.

Warren Schlichting is leaving as group president of Sling TV as the service continued to lose subscribers in the latest quarter. He was replaced by Michael Schwimmer, previously Exec VP of International, Business Development and Strategy with responsibility for Dish TV and Sling TV multicultural and AVOD offerings. Schwimmer will also lead Dish Media Sales.

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The other appointments reflect Dish’s move to enter the wireless market as a facilities-based provider of wireless services with a nationwide consumer offering and development of a standalone 5G broadband network. Industry veteran Dave Mayo has joined as EVP, Network Development after several decades at T-Mobile USA. Dish was smack in the middle of the recent $26-billion

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