The Telegraph
Wednesday , January 11 , 2017

Vehicles in a jam, await props

Automobile sales fell 18.66 per cent in December - a 16-year-low, in the first full month after the demonetisation announcement - as the industry drives into a challenging three months till March...   | Read..

A quarter to forget for builders

The housing market came to a "complete standstill" during the October-December period because of an adverse impact of demonetisation as sales fell 44 per cent in...   | Read..

Housing to merge with PropTiger and are merging to create the country's largest online real estate services company, which will raise $55 million from News Corp-backed REA Group...   | Read..

IndusInd profit grows 29%

IndusInd Bank today kicked off the earnings season with a 29 per cent growth in net profit for the third quarter ended December, following a robust growth in both its core...   | Read..

National Insurance gears up for flotation

National Insurance, a public sector general insurance company, is looking to improve its solvency ratio before it hits the capital market in the next fiscal.   | Read..

Yahoo to be Altaba post sale

The fate of Yahoo's $4.8-billion sale of its internet business to Verizon Communications may be uncertain. But in case it goes through, Yahoo has plans for what will remain.   | Read..

ABB pockets power project

Power and automation technology company ABB today said it had teamed up with Power Grid Corporation of India for a transmission project worth over Rs 4,350 crore.   | Read..

Business mood sombre

Business confidence for the January-March quarter of 2017 plunged to a 31-quarter low as a severe cash crunch heightened the degree of uncertainty among companies and...   | Read..
Vehicles in a jam, await props

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