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The success of PSU sales will depend on whether they are actually sold or picked up by another PSU

 
 

Social and live-commerce may soon surpass the marketplace model

A bulk of upswing in profit is expected to come from banks that could benefit from National Company Law Tribunal resolutions, credit growth and tax cuts
Warning signs are becoming more apparent - employment is down, consumption is falling, capital formation is at a low...
ArcelorMittal may see India as its base for markets in South Asia to export products. JSW is already aggressive in export markets
The court reiterated that in IBC, it is the CoC which has the ultimate authority over the matter concerning distribution of resolution proceeds
While companies have already started gearing towards data localisation, the transitioning cost has always been the talking point

Twitter's ban on political advertising may not be as bold as it sounds

India remains the world's third-largest start-up hub after the US and China with nearly 52 start-ups having the potential to become unicorns.

The Gurgaon-based company offers end-to-end medical tour packages for non-resident Indians as well as patients from other countries

 
 
The SEBI directive will lead to many investment professionals moving away from PMS and applying for other licences

The Delhi-based FMCG firm claims to be India's first company to process, brand and market camel milk and related products

Before the EoI is drafted, the GoM and the DIPAM have to fill some gaps, including the lock-in period for the existing employees after the sell-off
The frequent changes in IBC are discouraging global distressed funds as well as strategic investors
The fund would also bag investments from institutions such as LIC and SBI, which would expand the corpus to Rs 25,000 crore.