The Telegraph
Monday , April 7 , 2014

Cement giants fix merger terms

The world’s two largest cement makers, France’s Lafarge and Switzerland’s Holcim, have agreed the terms of a merger that would create a company with a stock market value of around $55 billion, a source close to the situation said on Sunday....   | Read..

Race for top spot in India gets intense

The merger of the world’s two biggest cement makers has the potential to churn the fortunes of India’s cement industry in a concrete mixer....   | Read..

Slack seen in Infy growth

With less than a fortnight left for the fourth quarter results season to kick off, the spotlight has turned on the revenue growth guidance to be given by Infosys for 2014...   | Read..

Waiting game till polls in retail FDI

Global players such as Walmart and Carrefour have adopted a wait-and-watch policy on entering multi-brand retail till a clear picture emerges as to who will form the gove...   | Read..

State Bank trims farm bad assets

A tweak in the management of non-performing assets (NPAs) has helped the State Bank of India to bring down its bad asset level in the agriculture segment....   | Read..

Bajaj double treat

Bajaj Auto plans to launch two motorcycles by the second half of this year....   | Read..
Cement giants fix merger terms

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SAIL to outsource Chiria work

State-owned SAIL has decided to outsource the development of its Chiria mine in Jharkhand, consider...   | Read..
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