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IPO-bound Oyo on Thursday announced a major rejig in top management and appointed a new CEO of its India business

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OYO Rooms | Fuel prices | Steel producers

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Photo: OYO Hotels & Homes
Photo: OYO Hotels & Homes

Oyo rejigs top brass ahead of IPO, replaces CEO of India business

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UK, Australia may score over Canada for Indian students, shows data

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First Published: Fri, March 18 2022. 07:23 IST
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