Leadership vaccum and spurious WhatsApp forwards combine to make it an issue of Tamil pride
Though Bombay Dyeing's Wadia has some family connection to Tatas, these might not be very close
The paper reiterates that "fair, transparent and non-discriminatory access" is one of the key pillars of a safe and vibrant capital market
It is almost puzzling to see more old men and women hang around long enough for people to begin wondering 'why not retire?'
In March, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government did a smart thing. Or, so it appears in hindsight. After its multiple attempts to evince interest among investors for the shares of Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) failed amid internal protests ...
The government has probably done a fraction of what is euphemistically called 'media management', corporate affairs, media intelligence that India Inc is well known for
Former Dabur director gave sketchy details of investors and his employer after two years of tax summons
The basics of options trading include buying calls, selling puts, strike price and hedging
If Vadra has indeed watched the cult Stallone film, he clearly missed its greatest lesson
But the firm, which held luxury apartments in top DLF projects, has seen income and profits dry up since FY-11
Firms owned by Congress chief's son-in-law file pending balance sheets
A 70-yr-old taxi firm led by a young LSE alumnus holds its own amid attack from cash-rich start-ups
Black money can take the form of a high-end property in Southeast Asia, a cruise ship floating on the Mediterranean or blue-chip shares held via an offshore fund manager
Does D-street closing for Maharashtra elections and celebrating 'muhurat' trading show bias?
A closer look at the timeline shows how the case ran parallel to the rise of UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra's real estate interests