The Telegraph
Saturday , December 17 , 2016

Court okays Tata trio EGMs

The Bombay high court today refused to stay the extraordinary general meetings (EGMs) of three Tata companies - Tata Chemicals, Tata Motors and Tata Steel - and did not grant an interim relief to...   | Read..

MFs raise holdings in group firms

Domestic mutual fund houses seem to have made the best of the correction in Tata Group stocks after the ouster of Cyrus Mistry by accumulating shares across the group...   | Read..

Prop for digital payments

The RBI today announced more incentives for digital transactions. It reduced the merchant discount rate (MDR) for transactions up to Rs 2,000 and withdrew charges on...   | Read..

Vodafone challenges Trai penalty

Telecom major Vodafone has challenged in the Delhi high court regulator Trai's recommendation to the Centre to impose a Rs 1,050-crore penalty on it for not giving...   | Read..

Vigil on rupee to curb volatility

The government is monitoring the exchange rate situation and will take appropriate steps to bring stability to the forex market in the case of excessive volatility,...   | Read..

Cognizant in Aussie deal

IT major Cognizant has entered into an agreement to acquire Adaptra - the Australia-based consulting, business transformation and service provider - for an undisclosed amount.   | Read..

Reinsurance to get a boost

Insurance regulator IRDA is hopeful of global reinsurers opening branches in six to nine months.   | Read..

Strategy shift on Bhel agenda

Public sector engineering major Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel) is eyeing opportunities in the non-thermal power sector following the Central Electricity Authority's...   | Read..
Court okays Tata trio EGMs

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