The Telegraph
Friday , May 9 , 2014

Sebi tailwind for Jet-Etihad deal

In a relief for Jet Airways and Etihad, Sebi today said the Abu Dhabi carrier will not have to make an open offer to Jet shareholders pursuant to the Rs 2,060-crore stake deal between them....   | Read..

Rivals challenge AirAsia entry

Indian carriers have filed a plea in the Delhi high court against the entry of AirAsia India, which received a flying licence from the government yesterday....   | Read..

Andrew Yule set to come out of BIFR

Andrew Yule & Company, the diversified public sector undertaking, is looking to come out of the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) in this finan...   | Read..

Financial Tech rejigs board

Financial Technologies India Ltd (FTIL) today elevated Venkat K. Chary as the non-executive chairman of its board. ...   | Read..

HTC eyes bigger pie

Taiwanese handset maker HTC has set a target to garner a 15 per cent share in the Indian smartphone market within two years from 4-6 per cent at present. ...   | Read..

US charts corridor course

The US has envisaged a web of trade relationships connecting the countries of central Asia, South Asia (including India) and Southeast Asia — a kind of trade corrid...   | Read..
Sebi tailwind for Jet-Etihad deal

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PC picks focus area for growth

The economy has stabilised and efforts should be made to encourage foreign and domestic investm...   | Read..



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