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Midnight hit on victory button
A night of high drama reached its most critical moment just after midnight when the Tata team “pressed the nuclear button”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tata young turks steel Corus show
In the end, the battle for Corus was won by those with nerves of steel. ...  | Read.. 
 
Synergies justify high Corus price
Ratan Tata and his A-Team remained upbeat on the Corus deal despite the hammering of the Tata Steel scrip on the bourses ...  | Read.. 
 
Bar raised for buyout brigade
In late 2005, no one quite took any notice of what Ratan Tata told Ranjit Pandit in an interview with McKinsey Quarterly ...  | Read.. 
 
Big churn in cost structure
The high cost of operations of Corus mills across Europe will change the cost structure of the Tata-Corus combined entit ...  | Read.. 
 
Midnight hit on victory button

 
Windfall for CSN
Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSN) and its shareholders are making money even though the company ..  | Read.. 
 
RBI hikes repo rate to 7.5 %
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Yaga Venugopal Reddy today raised the repo rate — a key short..  | Read.. 
 
Growth blossoms on fertile farm
The Indian economy, growing at a pace next only to China, expanded at a faster rate of 9 per ce..  | Read.. 
 
Non-cigarette unit spices up ITC net
ITC Ltd’s net turnover for the quarter ended December 31, 2006 stood at Rs 3165.57crore, a..  | Read.. 
 
Branded PCs are the order of the day
With the price difference between branded and unbranded assembled personal computers (PCs) fast dim..  | Read.. 
 
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