With polling making the headlines every other day and political parties increasingly relying on opinion polls to project outcomes, which often turn out to be incorrect, Indian gaming companies have come up with the gamification (making games around
Justifying all its demands, including allocation of CSR funds for the education of employees' children and construction of a museum in the memory of the company's founder, Bajaj Auto employees union today said the management was exhibiting a 'prejudiced'
The Income Tax (IT) department is looking into deals between MCX Stock Exchange and its erstwhile promoter Financial Technologies (India) Limited(FTIL).
Public sector steel firm Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) is looking at 48% rise in its sales revenue at Rs 20,000 crore in the current financial year, company's Chairman & Managing director P Madhusudan said.
The Bangalore-based company had reported Rs 2.74 crore during the corresponding period of the previous year, Wendt India said in a statement.
Country's largest power producer NTPC, which does Rs 50,000-crore worth public procurements every year, has put in place a detailed policy on banning business dealings involving unprofessional and frivolous vendors.
State-run iron ore miner NMDC has devised a short-term strategy, which includes a small-scale mining and setting up of a minor processing plant, for its gold project in Tanzania.
After struggling for seven years, Reliance Industries has pulled its retail vertical into black using the company's old strategy of scale and "frugal approach to costs", helping it become the country's largest retail chain, a top official said.
Expansion plans of state-owned Hindustan Copper's have been delayed further as the company is yet to secure the National Board for Wildlife's approval for expanding its flagship Malanjkhand mine in Madhya Pradesh.
Five of Coal India's eight subsidiaries failed to meet their production targets in the recently concluded financial year, hampering efforts to narrow the demand-supply gap.
Ranbaxy Laboratories will cease to exist as a company after completion of the $ 4 billion merger with Sun Pharmaceuticals, although its brands will be kept alive in over 100 markets.
ONGC Videsh Ltd, the overseas arm of state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), has reported a 26% jump in crude oil production in 2013-14 as recent acquisitions offset a natural decline in older fields.
Reliance Industries has divested its 30% stake in an oil and gas block in Peru to Australia's Woodside Petroleum and Pluspetrol of Argentina to trim its overseas properties.
Chinese computer major Lenovo expects to corner a 26% market share in the Indian enterprise tablet segment on the back of demand from sectors such as pharma, hospitality and education.
Reflecting the woes of the Indian automobile industry, the country's car exports remained flat at 5,50,466 units in 2013-14, during which domestic sales fell for the second consecutive year.
UK-based financial services major Aviva plc, which is planning to exit from its over 10-year old Indian life insurance joint venture with FMCG player Dabur, has shortlisted three insurance players, including Max Life Insurance, to sell its 26% stake.
The combined market capitalisation (m-cap) of seven Sensex companies increased by Rs 30,862 crore last week, with TCS and ITC emerging as the biggest gainers.
Solar power developer Rays Power Infra plans to enter into the highways sector in the next two years, a top company official said.
Karnataka government has ordered Toyota Motor Corp and its union to restore normal operations at its local factories immediately after a month-long standoff between the Japanese auto maker and its workers, the company said.
Expecting deliveries of five more Dreamliners between May and November, Air India plans to raise bridge loan of $500 million to finance the purchase of four of these aircraft and use them to launch flights to new destinations like Moscow, Rome and Milan.