Much was expected from the Budget as far as the banking sector was concerned, but given the limited fiscal space could not do much for the cash-strapped public sector banks.
Making it one of the biggest losers post budget, tobacco-to-hotel major, ITC has lost 13 per cent of its market value or Rs 40,428 crore since Budget Day due to a sharp rise in excise duties on cigarettes proposed by the finance minister Arun Jaitley in
The first major consolidation in the online taxi aggregation industry in India is likely to have varied implications for customers, investors and competitors.
Slowing sales of Mahindra & Mahindra for its key product categories of utility vehicles (UV) and tractors is expected to continue over the near term due to a slowing rural economy and lack of new products.
Slowing sales of Mahindra & Mahindra for its key product categories of utility vehicles and tractors is expected to continue over the near term due to a slowing rural economy and lack of new products.
ITC, which lost 8.5% of its market value or Rs 26,058 crore on the Budget day due to the sharp hike in duties on cigarettes, should look at demerging its consumer products and hotels businesses into separate companies to unlock value for its shareholders,
With the domestic automotive industry is witnessing a gradual recovery in 2014-15 following two years of demand slowdown, tyre demand is back on track, especially owing to traction in the two-wheeler space.
Television, once considered a luxury for any household in India, has progressed by leaps and bounds, and so has the fascination for big-screen TVs. And the transformation from LCDs to LEDs has been even swifter.
The change in strategy has been dramatic.
Four female tennis players - French Kristina Mladenovic (ranked 68th by Women's Tennis Association), Slovak Daniela Hantuchova (45th), Indian Sania Mirza (fifth in women's doubles) and Serbian Ana Ivanovic (sixth) - had launched Micromax's Canvas Selfie
While the move to bring down corporate tax to 25% over the next four years is a positive, corporates will end up paying higher in the next fiscal given the surcharge hike to 12%.
United, Delta Air Lines and American Airlines want trade deals changed, arguing that government subsidies give Gulf rivals an unfair edge.
"Dear, whatever you're selling, I've already got two of them.
Circa 1948, Cadbury (now known as Mondelez India Foods) started operations in India. At that time, all chocolates were imported from the UK.
India reappeared on the world stage in the 1990s flexing its new found digital/IT muscles.
The buying preferences of India's rural consumers are changing fast and several factors - economic, psychological, and technological - are coalescing to fuel this transformation.
Indian users rank second globally when it comes to online shopping through mobile devices, finds Dyn global e-commerce survey.