The Telegraph
Thursday , February 20 , 2014
Business

Infy to show door to laggards

Infosys executive chairman N.R. Naryana Murthy has said he is ready to axe high-salaried non-performers at the premier technology giant who aren’t bringing any value to the company....   | Read..
 

UBI to sell sticky assets

The United Bank of India (UBI) is planning to sell bad assets to asset reconstruction companies to lower its losses and improve its balance sheet....   | Read..
 

Ranbaxy, Teva settle collusion claims in US

Ranbaxy Laboratories and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries have agreed to settle claims that they came together to unlawfully restrict competition in the US generic drugs market...   | Read..
 

Single info docket

Companies will soon be required to compile all the announcements they make and the information they provide to the shareholders and the public at large at discrete intervals ...   | Read..
 

Govt bars use of ‘national’ in firm name

The government has decided to ban the use of the word “national” in all the names of private companies and limited liability partnerships floated in the futu...   | Read..
 

Car makers slash prices

India’s leading car makers today cut the prices of their models to the full extent of the duty cuts announced in Monday’s interim budget, expecting a sales su...   | Read..
 
Infy to show door to laggards


 Press Releases

Bigger burden on oil duo

State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and Oil India Ltd (OIL) are likely to share ...   | Read..

Peugeot gets lifeline

Chinese investors and French taxpayers have agreed to offer a bailout package of 3 billion euro ($4...   | Read..
 
 
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