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PTI
May 20, 2019



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 15, 2019
Brookfield-led India Infrastructure Trust will own 100 per cent equity interest in Pipeline Infrastructure, which operates Mukesh Ambani's loss-making East West Pipeline.


PTI
March 15, 2019



BusinessToday.In
March 11, 2019
Reliance is reportedly keen to take the infrastructure investment trust (InvIT) route to monetise its optic fibre assets and investment banks Moelis, Citi and ICICI Securities have been appointed to reach out to potential investors.


PTI
March 6, 2019



BusinessToday.In
November 22, 2018
Investments topping Rs 6,500 crore have already been lined up for the next two years in the white goods sector, and there's more in the pipeline.


PTI
October 30, 2018



PTI
October 28, 2018



by Tripti Kedia
NA, September 2, 2017
IPOs have done exceptionally well over the past few years. It is time to exercise caution


PTI
New Delhi, March 7, 2016
While Rs 21,000 crore would be invested in refining capacity expansion, Rs 9,000 crore would be spent in marketing infrastructure till 2020.


Sarika Malhotra
April 2, 2014
According to data by private equity research firm VCCEdge, exits through buybacks have steadily increased in recent years, from 11 in 2008 to 50 in 2013. There were a total of 172 exits last year. Buybacks were the second most preferred exit route after open market transactions (60).


Suman Layak and Geetanjali Shukla
September 25, 2012
Reliance Life Sciences may have had an indifferent past, but its future is bright. Biosimilars are widely expected to be the next big growth driver in pharmaceuticals, given that around $80 billion worth of innovator biological drugs will be going off patent by 2015.


PTI
Mumbai, January 25, 2011
L&T's power, hydrocarbon, machinery & product, switchgear, heavy engineering, infrastructure, building & factories, metals & minerals and electrical businesses will make up the nine independent companies.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
December 31, 2010
A clutch of multinational corporations has replaced expat CEOs with Indians.


Anusha Subramanian
September 17, 2009
He had no clue about the high-technology world of post-production and visual effects when he got into the business together with four friends in 1995. Today, Namit Malhotra's company controls 60 per cent of the Indian market.


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