Reliance Jio Bharti Airtel, Vodafone, and Idea Cellular have reasons to worry as analysts believe the unlimited Rs 303 per month data plan for Reliance Jio prime members with free voice is expected to dent the premium subscriber base of the
Dr Reddy’s Laboratories on Tuesday informed the stock exchanges the US Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) had made three adverse observations with a Form 483, after completing an audit of its active ingredients (APIs) manufacturing facility at
The domestic auto finance market, one of the most developed in Asia with 74 per cent penetration and with healthy asset quality of under 1 per cent bad loans, is set to double the asset base to Rs 2.6 trillion by 2020, said a report on Tuesday.
Newly appointed Tata Sons Chairman, Natarajan Chandrasekaran arrives at Bombay House in Mumbai on Tuesday 21st Feb, 2017. Photo: Kamlesh PednekarN Chandrasekaran, new chairman of Tata Sons, walks into the corner room in Bombay House on Tuesday.
Havells India Limited, a leading electrical appliances and components company, on Sunday announced that its board has approved the acquisition of Lloyd Consumer Durable Business Division (Lloyd Consumer).
The balance-sheet of major telecom operators in India -- Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular and Reliance Communications -- came under major pressure in the third quarter (October-December) of the current fiscal and the trend is likely to continue in the fourth
Cab drivers in the National Capital Region, following in the footsteps of their counterparts in Bengaluru and Hyderabad, stayed off roads on Monday in protest against high commissions charged by the aggregators and being compelled to ply at Rs 6 per km.
Severance pay has come under the spotlight due to a debate over India’s second largest software exporter, Infosys, paying Rs 17.38 crore to former chief financial officer Rajiv Bansal when he parted ways.
Mid-sized private sector lender Indusind Bank is keen on acquiring new credit card customers following cashless payments thrust, but will not grow the unsecured book over 5 per cent, a senior official has said.
Vishal SikkaAt a time when the information technology (IT) sector is grappling with a tough business environment and headwinds related to Donald Trump's policies regarding H1-B visa, founders of Infosys have flagged concerns over transparency and
Steel companies, led by JSW Steel and Tata Steel, have put up a stellar showing despite demonetisation and tepid domestic demand. Price increases for the past three months and falling imports due to protectionist measures have helped them.
A stake sale by the government-owned SUUTI fired up the ITC scrip, which made a new all-time high of Rs 291.95 a piece in Tuesday’s trade. In fact, the stock has had a healthy run in the past one month on the back of multiple positive news flow.
Alok Mittal, Rohini Chakravarthy, Ashish Mohapatra, Anshoo Sharma, Raul Rai, Subramanya S V, Manoj Gupta and Abhishek Goyal — all once venture capitalists (VCs) not so long ago — have taken the plunge to become entrepreneurs.
L&T Technology Services on said its pre-tax profit margin may be hit by up to 2.5 per cent if the US hikes minimum salaries for H1B visa holders to $1,30,000, and that it is working on alternatives, including shifting the jobs to India.
The other pan-India peer UltraTech had seen a 2% decline in volumes in its third quarter of 2016-17, while ACC’s volumes for the quarter at 5.45 million tonne declined 9.1% from 6 MT in the year-ago quarter.