Bharti Airtel's performance in the September quarter has been rather muted, as Africa continues to be a drag.
Aided by strong operational performance, Maruti Suzuki's September 2014 quarter results came in ahead of the Street expectations. Higher volumes drove the 17.5% year-on-year growth in revenues to Rs 12,303 crore.
If order inflows are a harbinger of change in the investment cycle, India Inc has reasons to feel happy. Companies received nearly Rs 69,000 crore worth of fresh orders in the second quarter ended September, 2014, up 45% on quarter-on-quarter basis.
Realty stocks rallied on Thursday, a day after the government relaxed norms for foreign direct investment (FDI) in the construction sector. The S&P BSE Realty Index was the top sectoral gainer that moved up nearly 3.5%.
Sun TV Network was ranked 334th in terms of revenue and 75th in terms of profit in the list of India's top 1,000 companies for the financial year ending March, 2014. But the Chennai-based broadcaster is number one in a list of India's most expensive
Realty stocks gained ground on Thursday, a day after the government relaxed norms for foreign direct investment (FDI) in the construction sector that are expected to boost affordable housing and smart cities across the country.
The company's revenue stood at Rs 1,464.87 crore in the quarter under review as against Rs 1,594.03 crore in the corresponding period.
Hope of an upturn in the economy has seen a pick-up in the order flows for India Inc with 17 companies securing orders worth nearly Rs 30,000 crore in the past one month.
Successive governments, irrespective of ideology or coalition partners, routinely kept top positions in its banks vacant for months.
Grasim’s results for the quarter ended September’14 were primarily driven by the cement segment.
Nestle India's stock price has gained almost 32 per cent from its low of Rs 4,648 on May 16, the day the Modi government was voted to power, outperforming the Sensex along with peers Hindustan Unilever (HUL) and Colgate.
From Japan's richest man to Jeff Bezos, everyone wants a piece of India's booming online retail sector. For those without billions to pump into the tightly held firms who dominate e-commerce, the best bet may be the delivery men.
Last week, when shares of public sector oil-marketing companies, or OMCs, rallied 7 per cent after the announcement of diesel deregulation, many officials from the companies wondered if the euphoria was misplaced.
Facebook's ambition may be the only real threat to its success. The social network continues to crank out higher profits, as more users check accounts daily and advertisers get comfortable with the mobile platform.
Sanofi is creating a toxic combination for investors. The French drugmaker's shares plunged on October 28 after it said sales growth in diabetes drugs, a key focus, would stall next year. A reported boardroom rift heaps on extra uncertainty.
With the onslaught of e-commerce players like Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal, among others, standalone apparel retail companies like Arvind Ltd., Shoppers Stop and TT Ltd.
Some of India's top business groups, including the Tatas, the Birlas and Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries, have either sold assets abroad or asked bankers to find buyers this year, to service their debt and to exit from unprofitable businesses.
In the July-September quarter, information technology services company Tech Mahindra reported better than expected growth in revenue and margins.
Biscuit maker Britannia has had at least seven owners since its inception in 1892 in a house in Kolkata, but a riveting ownership battle in the 1990s has come to define the company today.
Backed by strong growth in the US and better client mining, India’s fifth-largest IT services company Tech Mahindra on Wednesday reported numbers that are in line with market expectations.