The Telegraph
Friday , February 7 , 2014
Business

Bigger Mistry role in Tata Motors

Cyrus P. Mistry, the 45-year old chairman of the Tata group, is assuming a more hands-on role at Tata Motors after the tragic and untimely death of its managing director Karl Slym last month....   | Read..
 

Govt clears Vodafone buyout plan

The cabinet today cleared UK-based Vodafone’s proposal to buy out minority shareholders in its Indian arm for Rs 10,141 crore, the single largest foreign investmen...   | Read..
 

Celerio set to take on rivals

Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) has thrown a huge challenge to rivals Hyundai and Honda in the automatic compact car segment with the launch of the Celerio at a price tag of Rs...   | Read..
 

Audi mulls export hub

The high degree of local assembly of its models has encouraged Audi India to explore the possibility of making India an export hub for the Southeast Asian markets. ...   | Read..
 

Toyota show

Toyota Kirloskar Motor today unveiled its first crossover, the New Etios Cross, targeting young customers. Available in 1.5-litre and 1.2-litre petrol engines and a 1.4-litr...   | Read..
 

Yule pact for power tools

Andrew Yule & Company Ltd is looking to expand its presence in the high-voltage transformer market and has entered into a technical tie-up with Russian transformer ma...   | Read..
 
Mistry: Hands-on
Bigger Mistry role in Tata Motors


 Press Releases

Balmer makes buy trip

Balmer Lawrie, the city-based diversified PSU, has expanded the scope of its tour operations wi...   | Read..
 
Major overhaul on Sony screen
Sony today warned it would book a $1.08 billion annual loss as it cuts 5,000 jobs globally ...   | Read..
 
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Spectrum auction mop-up

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Balco selloff

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BoB profit

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Central Bank

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HAL stake sale