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Why Lassitude being the Attitude of Corporate Employees?

We could find corporate industries on all whistle stops and bus stops nowadays and so with the rapid increase of crime cases. Everyday we hear news about corporate murders and suicides due to work pressure. The more to consider is the unemployment seen in millions graduates and post graduates when lot of vacancies remains unfilled in various Government sectors.
Most of the youngsters are aware IBPS exam but not of UIDAI exam. As youngsters are oblivious to the opportunities, they just want to get into corporate and struggle to fit in over there for life time. Corporate employees run across too many hurdles during their tenure inside the most sophisticated corporate walls.
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As a matter of course, an employee identified with potential is bombarded with excessive work and exorbitant targets. The employee put his best efforts to meet the targets and gradually gets succumbed by the pressure. Over time, the potential turns into indifference, fatigue, stress and anxiety. The authori…

What is a Fabless Company? Meaning and Examples

Here, the term ‘fab’ stands for ‘fabrication’.
Meaning of a Fabless Company
A fabless company is a company who takes part only in designing, selling and marketing aspects of hardware and semiconductor chips but not in the fabrication of such products. That's why they are called 'fabless'.
Such fabless companies do not have their own semiconductor fabrication plant / foundry, where devices like integrated circuits are manufactured.
In order to function effectively, semiconductor foundry often requires high production volume. It requires higher capital investment and hence becomes is a very expensive and risky affair in whole.
Therefore, a fabless company generally outsources the fabrication of such chips and hardware from semiconductor foundries.
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A Fabless company is also otherwise popularly known as a "Fabless semiconductor company".

Examples of Fabless Companies
Some of the corporates from different countries who are Fabless companies:
In U.S.A. - 3Dlabs, Nvidia, A…

Insight into Law Industry: Things Your Divorce Lawyer Never Tells You

Parting ways with the person with whom you vowed to be together forever is hard. What is even harder is to manage the process of bidding farewell. It is not what you have been thinking about, or how you watch it on TV. It involves real emotions and challenges that you just don’t watch, but experience it. Even if you don’t go for ugly spat and blame game, still you have to undergo the process of settling the divorce procedure as you want. You want alimony, child custody or your childcare support; you can’t do it without undergoing some legal requirements. That’s where a divorce lawyer can help you!
It is true that a lawyer can help you save your neck in many ways, but there are some things that he never tells you. According to expert divorce lawyers at Stephen Durbin and Associates, here is what you might miss out on the scene:
Not All Lawsuits End in the Court
A divorce begins with a lawsuit; you or your partner files a case for divorce. But that filed lawsuit doesn’t always take you to …

Defensive Company vs Defensive Stock: Merits & Demerits

Meaning of Defensive Company
A defensive company is a kind of company whose revenue/turnover remains steady or more balanced compared to most of the other companies in the market despite the period of economic slowdown or growth.
How do these Defensive Companies sustain in economic slowdown or growth?
These defensive companies are mainly in the business i.e. production or trading of utilities, food items, grocery items, oil, gas, electricity, water services, telecom sector, cable, healthcare establishments, etc. The kind of essentials which people buy or use in their daily life no matter the economic situation. Otherwise can be said as products and services with cheap pricing and more affordable regardless of income of the people.

Merits of Defensive Companies
Due to the constant demand for their products and services, the cash flow from sales in a defensive company remains stable as well. Hence, these companies do not face troubles from their suppliers, employees, statutory payments, e…

The Six Best Methods and Ways to Learn Stock Trading

Investing is a way to set aside money while you continue being busy with your routine life. The goal of investing is basically to make every penny work for you. Investing in stocks is an excellent way to grow your wealth. Taking the initial steps to share trading requires a lot of understanding of the terminologies and concepts related to it. Moreover, investors also need to have the knowledge of call option and pull options that are an integral part of the stock options trading.
The process of understanding options trading takes a long process as you never know what kind of situations you might have to encounter in the stock market. Moreover, you would need to deal with the different scenario is completely different mannerisms every single time that would depend upon the situation of the stock market.
If you are new to stock trading, then listed below are some of the ways that will help you to understand stock options trading in a better manner:
1.Open a demat account with a reputed sto…

Meaning of Unquoted Public Limited Company with Examples

An unquoted public limited company is a public company whose shares are not freely traded on the stock exchange(s) or in over-the-counter (otc) markets. Otherwise popularly also known as "unlisted public company".
What is a Quoted Company?
A quoted company i.e. a publicly traded/held company is a company who list their securities in stock exchanges or otc markets to raise funds through the sale of securities in the primary or secondary market. This process generally starts with an initial public offering (IPO) and later may happen with further issue of shares.
Why can't every company be Quoted company?
In order to list shares in stock exchanges, there are several requirements to be fulfilled by a company viz. profit in preceding years, net worth, tangible assets, issue size, min. bid price, number of shareholders, number of shares, etc.
Not all companies satisfy all these requirements as prescribed under the securities laws of their country and hence, they do not qualify …

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