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Indian edition of Business Insider goes live

11-September-2013
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Indian edition of Business Insider goes live

Business news website ‘Business Insider’ has gone live. Times Internet has partnered with BI to help it grow strongly in the country, as part of its Times Local Partners initiative.

According to an official release, the website will showcase news that has great appeal and relevance for Indian readers, coming in round the clock from more than 50 journalists in the US newsroom, and access to in-depth features and articles written in the US, along with strong narratives from our country – developed, analysed and presented in hallmark BI style.

Business Insider India will bring a mix of cutting-edge business and technology happenings, entrepreneurial initiatives, creative exchanges, lifestyle concepts and leadership insights.

The Indian edition will also feature the country’s business heavyweights, ranging from start-ups to veterans across industries. Additionally, it will provide information on advances in the Indian technology space, automobiles, gadgets and sports.

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