The Telegraph
Thursday , July 31 , 2014

Amazon pledges $2bn

Amazon today said it would invest $2 billion in India as the world’s largest e-tailer vies for the top spot in the country with local player Flipkart, which only yesterday announced an investment of $1 billion from a clutch of funders. ...   | Read..

Haldia Petro still in search of cash clue

Uncertainty continues to loom large on Bengal’s showpiece industrial project — Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd — with no resolution yet on reopening the plant...   | Read..

ICVL buys Rio coal assets

International Coal Ventures Pvt Ltd (ICVL) — a consortium of five PSUs set up to acquire coal assets overseas — managed to make its first acquisition since it...   | Read..

Tatas face China export heat

Tata Steel is focused on consolidating its operations in Southeast Asia amid stiff competition from cheap Chinese exports....   | Read..

Lupin profit grows 56%

Robust sales in the domestic market enabled Lupin to report a 56 per cent growth in net profit for the first quarter ended June. ...   | Read..

CESC seeks BCG advice to power ahead

CESC Ltd has appointed Boston Consultancy Group to chart its next phase of growth....   | Read..
Amazon pledges $2bn

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USL chief joins apex panel of Diageo

Anand Kripalu, chief executive officer of United Spirits, has been elevated to the executive commi...   | Read..



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