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PTI
December 13, 2018



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November 30, 2018



Ranjeev C Dubey
October 22, 2018
Given how much money went down in the IL&FS fubar, public outrage against everyone connected with the company was to be expected. That said, the sheer volume of venom that targeted Independent Directors seemed unfair.


BusinessToday.In
September 20, 2018
Global private equity major Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co LP (KKR) along with Mumbai-headquartered Radiant will buy 49.70 per cent stake in Max Healthcare from South Africa-based Life Healthcare Group Holdings for about Rs 2,120 crore.


By P.B. Jayakumar
Delhi, November 26, 2016
Many global healthcare chains and investors are pumping money into hospitals in India. This may prove to be a game changer for the country's healthcare sector.


Nevin John
November 16, 2016
The board of Tata Global Beverages (TGB), formerly Tata Tea, has voted to remove Cyrus Mistry as the chairman on Tuesday, making it the second major Tata Group company after TCS to do so. As expected, Mistry lashed out at the decision, dubbing it as \"inaccurate and illegal\".


By P.B. Jayakumar
Delhi, July 27, 2016
But nothing sticks in public memory more than his most recent avatar - Ajay Piramal, the investor. The contrarian, who is placing big bets on businesses ranging from financial services to healthcare on one hand, and drug discovery and realty on the other.


PTI
Mumbai, February 18, 2016
Max Financial Services is the newly demerged entity of the Max Group that owns an approximate 72 per cent stake in Max Life, country's fourth-largest private life insurance player.


Chitra Narayanan
August 28, 2015
In an otherwise sluggish market, weddings are one of the few growth drivers and probably the only recession-proof market in India.


Sunny Sen and Suveen Sinha
May 16, 2015
Had enough of business family scions who follow in their parents' footsteps? Business Today finds some who are doing their own thing.


BT Team
February 7, 2015
Here's a list of people who made news during the last fortnight.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, January 28, 2015
The company said the insurance Ordinance has created renewed investor interest in the life insurance sector.


PTI
Mumbai, January 22, 2015
Pieters, the longest serving Chief Executive Officer of a telecom firm in the country, will step down from April 1 and will be succeeded by Sood, presently COO of the company.


Suprotip Ghosh and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
January 27, 2015
Oberoi wants to be in London and New York, possibly Paris, and would also like to have a presence in Thailand, Singapore and Hong Kong.


E. Kumar Sharma
August 20, 2014
Women folk of business families like Godrej, Lupin, Cipla, Emami, Piramal, Sun Pharma and Wockhardt, among many others, are not just part of their respective businesses for namesake but are actively engaged in decision-making riding on their core competence.


Sunny Sen
July 22, 2014
Formidable newcomers enter health care, while established players plan their investments better.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, May 27, 2014
Narendra Modi's coronation saw India Inc's power parade at the Rashtrapati Bhawan.


Santhosh Babu
April 29, 2014
The pace of change that all of us experience nowadays demands a new mindset and new competencies from the 2020 leader, writes celebrity coach Santhosh Babu.


Mail Today Bureau
New delhi, April 11, 2014
\" The company has agreed to divest its entire equity stake comprising 45,425,328 shares ( 11 per cent) in Vodafone India Ltd to Prime Metals, an indirect subsidiary of Vodafone Group Plc, for a total consideration of  Rs 8,900 crore,\" Piramal Enterprises said in a statement on Thursday.


Devidutta Tripathy and Aditya Kondalamahanty
Mumbai and Bangalore , April 10, 2014
The deal is part of Vodafone's plan first announced last October to take full control of the unit for a total 101.41 billion rupees, following a change in rules allowing foreign companies to own up to 100 percent of Indian telecommunication carriers.


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