The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Tatas steel against hostile bid
The Tatas are preparing to raise their stake in Tata Steel to over 33 per cent from 26 per cent at present to ward off the threat of a hostile takeover attempt from marauding steel tycoon L.N. Mittal, fresh from a bruising five-month battle to snar ...  | Read.. 
Whampoa clause rings hang-up alarm for Hutch brand name
Five telecom companies within the Hutch India stable stand in real danger of losing the right to use the Hutch brand name if ...  | Read.. 
Apeejay sells 75% of auto finance arm
The Apeejay Surrendra group has sold a 75 per cent stake in its auto finance subsidiary, Apeejay Finance Pvt Ltd, to Societe ...  | Read.. 
India Inc sets terms for job guarantee
India Inc today agreed to participate in the government’s job guarantee scheme, provided labour laws are relaxed to fac ...  | Read.. 
ICICI Bank roadmap for rural expansion
ICICI Bank will adopt the franchisee model to widen its reach in rural areas. This will be similar to its channel financing ...  | Read.. 
Tata: High stakes
Tatas steel against hostile bid
LNM touchdown plan raises Orissa hopes
A week after outlining his expansion plan in India and China, steel tycoon Lakshmi Niwas Mittal is ..  | Read.. 
Enron founder Lay passes away
Enron founder Kenneth Lay died of a heart attack on Wednesday, six weeks after being found guilty o..  | Read.. 
Analjit hits back, family rift deepens
Max Healthcare chief Analjit Singh today launched a counter-attack on his sister-in-law Nimmi Singh..  | Read.. 
Tug-of-war over fuel price hike
Petroleum minister Murli Deora today ruled out raising petrol and diesel prices even if the Indian ..  | Read.. 
TCG okay with Bengal stake in HPL
The Chatterjee Group (TCG) today said it was not averse to the West Bengal government holding on to..  | Read.. 
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