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BT Online
New Delhi, November 24, 2017
The share purchase agreement was finalised on Wednesday and the rest of the Rs 1,020 crore deal will be shut over the course of the following week. The deal was overseen by Havmor's financial advisor KPMG, Veritas Legal, and Dhruva Tax Consultants.
Associated Press
June 14, 2016
Microsoft Corp agreed to buy LinkedIn Corp for $26.2 billion in its biggest-ever deal, combining the software giant's fast-growing cloud services business with the world's largest online network for professionals.
By Anand Adhikari
Delhi, Edition:April 10, 2016
Kingfisher, with an outstanding debt of Rs 9,000 crore, is just one case. The total money stuck in bad loans was a staggering Rs 4 lakh crore at the end of March 2015. The figure was Rs 1 lakh crore just five years ago.
New Delhi, October 15, 2015
Redevelopment of New Delhi Railway Station adjoining area as a mini-smart city is proposed to be taken up with an investment of about $24 billion, an official statement released said.
New Delhi, December 3, 2013
Government said it has cleared 12 foreign investment proposals, including that of Swedish fashion major Hennes & Mauritz, totalling Rs 821.63 crore.
Toronto, September 21, 2013
BlackBerry Ltd warned on Friday it expects to report a huge quarterly operating loss next week and that it will cut more than a third of its global workforce, rekindling fears of the company's demise and sending its shares into a tailspin.
Prof. M.S. Sriram
Edition:Jan 6, 2013
Company boards have to be more vigilant for good corporate governance in India.
Chaitanya Kalbag
November 22, 2012
Chaitanya Kalbag talks about Business Today's latest issue, which exposes the shortcomings of equity research in India. And about BT's annual survey of India's best banks.
G. Seetharaman
November 21, 2012
Special Correspondent G. Seetharaman talks about his cover story, which exposes the dark underbelly of equity research in India.
Chaitanya Kalbag
Edition:Dec 9, 2012
Analysts' reports that are critical of companies are always contentious; company boards take analysts' meetings very seriously and with trepidation.

Edition:Dec 9, 2012
Michael Palmer, President of the Toronto-based Veritas Investment, explains what makes his company's research different, in an e-mail interview with Suman Layak and G. Seetharaman.

Edition:Dec 9, 2012
Neeraj Monga, Executive Vice President, Veritas Investment, talks about the 'sensational' language of Veritas's reports and other issues, in a phone interview with Business Today. Edited excerpts:
G. Seetharaman and Suman Layak
Edition:Dec 9, 2012
The cosy arrangement of "see-no-evil, speak-no-evil" between research analysts and companies in India was shaken in July 2011 when Veritas started analysing large Indian companies. But will its efforts change the way Indian analysts are going about their work?
Manu Kaushik and Sanjiv Shankaran
Edition:Nov 11, 2012
Allegations of dubious deals with companies promoted by Robert Vadra are not DLF's worst headache - the real estate giant is deep in debt. As of June 30, 2012, gross debt stood at Rs 24,259 crore - nearly 2.4 times the total income and 20 times the net profit of the last financial year.
Suman Layak
October 1, 2012
Sesa Goa managing director Prasun Kumar Mukherjee met Suman Layak in June. That was well before Goa imposed a temporary mining ban and the central Ministry of Environment and Forests withdrew all mining licences in Goa in September in the wake of the MB Shah Commission's report.
Sowmya Kamath
Edition:September 2012
Research reports by well-known firms can move stock prices. And if the report is too harsh on the company, the result is a bitter controversy, with both sides pointing fingers at each other.
New Delhi, August 8, 2012
Shares of Indiabulls firms on Wednesday fell sharply after Canada-based Veritas in a report alleged serious irregularities at the group, which in turn termed the charges as "malafide and fabricated" and said it has filed a criminal case against the research firm.
Lalatendu Mishra
Mumbai, June 20, 2012
Reliance Communications (RCom) stock was badly hammered on Tuesday, dropping to a 52-week low, after Canadian investment research firm Veritas downgraded it by cutting the price target to a mere Rs 15.
Kushan Mitra and Geetanjali Shukla
Edition:March 18, 2012
If Kingfisher Airlines goes belly up, the government will hurt too, not just Vijay Mallya. Banks effectively own 75 per cent of the airline, and the impact on their books could be devastating. FULL COVERAGE
Geetanjali Shukla
Edition:October 30, 2011
Vijay Mallya shuts Kingfisher Red at a time when low-cost aviation is flying high. Its 15 single-cabin, no-frills aircraft would be converted into a mix of business and full-service economy class seats to become part of the airline's full-service fleet.
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