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Pangs of High Leverage

With the post-lockdown economy still to pick up, highly leveraged companies are looking at ways to reduce debt

 
 

There's a new war brewing in the kitchen between restaurants and online food aggregators

With both sides tight-lipped, the nuts and bolts of Jio-Facebook tie-up remain shrouded in mystery

As footfalls decline at Auto Expos globally, what is the way forward?

How the merger of MNC giants Bayer and Monsanto is likely to pan out in India

The NCLAT decision to reinstate Cyrus Mistry as Tata Sons Executive Chairman has turned the tables on the Tata group. What next?

Tech-powered cycle-sharing services could just be the eco-friendly solution to India's congested, polluted towns.

With the Delhi High Court's verdict, Daiichi Sankyo has scored a victory against former Ranbaxy promoters. But it won't end there.

Why Danone exited the Indian dairy business.

 
 

As Mukesh Ambani's children play a greater role in Reliance Industries, the group is adding muscle to its digital, retail and petrochemicals businesses

Most leading Tata companies, including Tata Power, Tata Steel and Tata Motors, are burdened by debt, making the group overdependent on TCS, its sole money spinner

Despite being armed with statutory and arrest powers, SFIO investigations have led to few convictions. This raises questions about its effectiveness

The district administration of Mumbai has asked the regional transport office (RTO) about the possibility of hiring app-based cabs, in a recent meeting.

Bira's Ankur Jain has swiftly carved a niche for himself in a difficult domestic alcoholic beverage industry. He is far from done yet.

While ArcelorMittal, Tata Steel and Vedanta draw plans to buy Essar Steel, the Ruia family, too, is looking for a backdoor entry. Can it succeed?

The Union budget fails to live up to the expectations of Indian Inc. on the tax front even as private investments fail to take off.