The Telegraph
Wednesday , September 23 , 2015

Surprise open offer for Tide Water

Tide Water Oil, the government-owned lubricant maker, has received an audacious takeover call from a private firm seeking to establish itself as the promoter of the company.   | Read..

Europe selloff triggers local stock crash

An abrupt crash in stock prices following a selloff in Europe today saw the benchmark BSE Sensex plunging 541 points to finish at a two-week low of 25651.84.   | Read..

VW emission scam chokes Motherson

Shares of auto component maker Motherson Sumi Systems dropped nearly 8 per cent today, scalded by the emission scandal at Volkswagen, a major client.   | Read..

Balmer Lawrie set to splurge

Diversified public sector company Balmer Lawrie plans to invest Rs 400 crore over the next three years, mostly in its logistics infrastructure business.   | Read..

Amtek Auto in talks to recast debt

Amtek Auto, which has defaulted on a Rs 800-crore bond payment, today said it is in discussions with lenders to restructure its debt.   | Read..

Godrej sets growth target

Godrej and Boyce is eyeing a growth of around 20 per cent in the current fiscal.   | Read..

Resistance to call drop penalty

The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has written to telecom regulator Trai opposing moves to fix compensation for call drops.   | Read..
Surprise open offer for Tide Water

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