The year 2014-15 could well go as one of long-pending financial sector reforms, expected to have a lasting impact.
Probably the most crowded trade in play today is on the strong dollar. Divergent monetary policy outlooks, interest-rate differentials and expected growth trajectories all favour the dollar and the United States versus Europe and Japan.
I haven't had the opportunity of reading "Becoming Steve Jobs", the new biography of Steve Jobs that went on sale on Tuesday, but the spirited efforts by the Apple brass to dismiss an earlier authorised biography as just a sloppy rehash is
A mismatch between the agenda and minutes of the latest annual general meeting (AGM) of multinational corporation Vesuvius India is likely to render invalid its appointment last year of an independent director (ID).
Warren E Buffett has made a habit of criticising ruthless Wall Street bankers and rapacious private equity firms over the years. As recently as last month, he railed against both in his annual letter to his shareholders at Berkshire Hathaway.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India, or Sebi, has liberalised the norms for banks to convert their holding of companies' debt into equity.
India has been hit by unusual weather. Much of the country has endured unseasonal rain, even hailstorms.
H J Heinz's operating margins rocketed from 18 per cent to 26 per cent after 3G Capital and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway took the ketchup maker private two years ago.
ZTE's turnaround looks less impressive up close. Earnings at the Chinese telco equipment maker almost doubled year on year in 2014, but revenue increased by just 8 per cent.
In November 2010, a consortium of banks decided to convert 10 per cent of Kingfisher Airlines’ debt into equity. At that time, it was argued that it would give the struggling airline a new lease of life.
The popularity of Facebook, Twitter and sites like Zomato may have overshadowed the country's first consumer review and feedback site, Mouthshut.