The Telegraph
Tuesday , May 24 , 2016

Bayer offers $62bn for Monsanto

Bayer of Germany said on Monday that it had offered $62 billion in cash to acquire Monsanto in a deal that would combine two of the world's biggest companies in the businesses of crop seeds and...   | Read..

Rule googly in retro tax

The retrospective tax amendment that the UPA government passed in 2012 to nullify the Supreme Court verdict in the Vodafone case is about to take a new turn with the...   | Read..

New payment route for Iran oil dues

The lifting of sanctions on Iran to trade in euros has paved the way for India to use European and Turkish banks to pay back dues worth $6.4 billion for oil imports from...   | Read..

Oilfield sale date set

The government will kick off the auction of 67 marginal fields on Wednesday, unlocking an estimated Rs 75,000 crore worth of energy reserves in the process.   | Read..

TIL hive-off triggers debate

A Mumbai-based proxy advisory firm has urged shareholders of TIL to vote against the company's decision to hive off its Caterpillar dealership business to Delhi-based...   | Read..

Final bids for Tata Steel UK

Formal bids for Tata Steel's loss-making UK assets are set to be finalised today, with a shortlist being drawn up in the next few days and UK business secretary Sajid Javid...   | Read..
Bayer offers $62bn for Monsanto

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