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Karolina Tagaris and Michele Kambas
Athens, June 24, 2015
With time running out before the June 30 deadline when Greece has to repay 1.6 billion euros ($1.79 billion) to the International Monetary Fund or face going into default.

Alastair Macdonald and Lefteris Papadimas
Brussels/Athens, June 22, 2015
EU chief executive Jean-Claude Juncker gave no detail of the proposals from Greece but Tsipras' new wllingness offered ray of hope that last-minute deal may yet be wrangled.

Henning Gloystein
Singapore, April 16, 2015
Oil prices jumped after US inventories built up more slowly than expected and talks between major oil producers this week triggered speculation of production cuts.

Henning Gloystein
Singapore, March 30, 2015
Iran and world powers are trying to reach an agreement in nuclear negotiations by a Tuesday deadline.

Henning Gloystein
Singapore, January 29, 2015
\"The market expects stockpiles to keep rising, pushing front-month prices further down as refineries enter maintenance season\", ANZ said.

Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen
Singapore, December 19, 2014
Oil companies have been announcing cuts in exploration and capital spending as the slump in crude prices makes projects uneconomical.

S.P.S. Pannu
New Delhi, December 4, 2014
The smart city scheme as of now envisages only a \"viability gap funding\" from the government side, which is expected to be a small portion of the total investment and may not be a sufficient attraction.

Nidhi Verma
New Delhi, September 26, 2014
The government may soon deregulate the diesel market so that it no longer needs to subsidise state-run refiners for selling the fuel at below-market prices.

Sunny Sen
January 29, 2014
Forty per cent of Amazon's revenues comes from overseas and Diego Piacentini, Senior Vice President, International Consumer Business, is the  man responsible for them. He speaks to Sunny Sen about how India is different from China, and why India has a lot of potential.

New York, November 14, 2013
The struggling Canadian handset maker had earlier this month scrapped a sale plan and said it would instead raise as much as $1.25 billion through convertible debentures, which it intends to use for general corporate purposes.

Toronto, November 8, 2013
John Chen will get a base salary of $1 million, a bonus of up to twice that amount, as well as stock awards potentially worth some $85 million.
August 13, 2013
Indian royalty's tryst with luxury over the years -

Anand Adhikari
May 16, 2013
Our special package, \"The Oldest Multinationals in India\", celebrates the journeys of some of the top global companies in India. The Indian arm of StanChart, which opened its first Indian branch in Kolkata in 1858, is today the third-largest contributor to its global profits, after Singapore and Hong Kong. Full coverage

New Delhi, February 4, 2013
London-listed Hardy Oil & Gas on Monday said it has won an arbitration proceeding to get an extension on its exploration licence in a Cauvery basin block.

Nidhi Singal
September 1, 2012
Featuring a 1GHz dual-core processor with 768MB RAM, the Desire X will run on Android IceCream Sandwich (v4.0).

New Delhi, September 29, 2011
Handset maker HTC on Thursday launched its new Android-based mobile phone HTC Explorer priced at Rs 11,650 in the country.

N. Madhavan, K.R. Balasubramanyam and Shweta Punj
July 22, 2011
As the Indian economy hurtles down a path of breathless economic expansion, there is a fundamental shift taking place in the way companies look at energy. However, impending energy drought is affecting their growth.

Anamika Butalia
December 3, 2009
Walking in empty-handed at a party that you were invited to weeks in advance is a big no-no. Personalise your gifts or hand over one of these precious bottles to let your host feel special, too.

Anumeha Chaturvedi
October 31, 2008
Golf courses are cropping up all over the world, in India especially. So, when it came to picking the five most stunning courses in the world, it wasn’t easy. From a course spanning six centuries in Scotland to one nestled on the coast of the Pacific, these are the five most stunning to our eyes.

Ashish A. Kotecha, Josh Leibowitz and Ian Mackenzie
October 30, 2008
Moving quickly to improve performance can help retailers recover faster. This recent McKinsey paper, based on the experience of US retail industry, has lessons for organised Indian retailers who are faced with a slowdown in consumer demand, just when they are investing heavily in expansion.

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