The Telegraph
Friday , October 10 , 2014

Net-for-all slogan on Facebook wall

Facebook’s co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg today said basic Internet connectivity should be considered a human right, drawing attention to the fact that almost a billion Indians are not connected to the Net. ...   | Read..

Fed fuels stock surge

The BSE benchmark Sensex today surged 390 points to close at a one-week high of 26637.28 as investors tracked a rally in the world markets after the US Federal Reserve sa...   | Read..

Voda makes strongpitch for spectrum

Vodafone India — the country’s second-largest mobile telephony service provider — today requested the government to immediately allot radiowaves in the ...   | Read..

Spotlight on Sikka

All eyes will be on Infosys chief executive officer and managing director Vishal Sikka when the company announces its second-quarter results tomorrow. ...   | Read..

Cell to track yen inflow

The government has set up a panel to fast-track Japanese investments, with Tokyo offering to invest over $33 billion in the next five years....   | Read..

Apple under pressure

Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn said Apple Inc’s shares could double in value and urged the company’s board to buy back more shares using its $133-billio...   | Read..
Net-for-all slogan on Facebook wall

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Modi wants states to chase dollars

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said foreign investments worth $100 billion were knocking at...   | Read..

Bandhan picks tech ally

Microfinance firm Bandhan has picked FIS, a Jacksonville, Florida-based banking and payment tec...   | Read..



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