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Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, October 26, 2010
The fixed price of the Coal India Ltd initial public offering at Rs 245 per share is the upper limit of the price band.


Mail Today Bureau
Mumbai, October 14, 2010
The state-owned firm has set a price band of Rs 225-245 a share for the IPO - part of India's efforts to divest stakes in PSUs and India's largest-ever IPO.


PTI
New Delhi, October 13, 2010
Sources said the talks are at an initial stage and a decision would only be taken after the completion of CIL's mega IPO - starting October 18 and ending October 21.


Dipen Sheth
December 11, 2008
Wealth is best created through rational investing in great businesses when they are undervalued. But doing so with no reference to economic fundamentals is not rational.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
June 22, 2010
He's made tentative investments in the energy and steel sectors, via joint ventures and acquisitions, but the big bang will clearly come when the chairman of the world's largest steel company freezes his plans to set up a mega-steel unit in the country. So, what's stopping him?


Anusha Subramanian in Dantewada with Suman Layak
April 26, 2010
The Maoist movement's inroads into some 223 districts in 20 states — at last count—have the potential to not just stall big-ticket investments but also derail the great Indian growth story.


Dipen Sheth
October 28, 2009
Dipen Sheth tries to guess which companies and sectors will make it to the Top 20 slots 10 years from now.


Puja Mehra & Suman Layak
August 4, 2009
We bring you the most comprehensive insider account of the latest outbreak between the feuding Ambani brothers so far, write Puja Mehra and Suman Layak.Anil's spoilers


Shalini S. Dagar
May 28, 2009
India’s biggest conglomerates feel the pain after an adventurous bout of mergers & acquisitions in the boom times.


K. R. Balasubramanyam
April 2, 2009
In 10 years, demand for power will touch three times its existing capacity. That poses a challenge for policymakers and an opportunity for investors.


E. Kumar Sharma
October 30, 2008
Today, every attempt is being made to conserve cash. As money gets expensive, if not scarce, infrastructure developers may not find it easy to reach financial closure.


Puja Mehra
October 13, 2008
The rising rupee is negating the gains from falling oil prices and increasing the trade deficit.


www.businesstoday.in
August 5, 2008
Our fifth annual survey of the companies who have managed to put a smile on their shareholders’ faces and delighted them the most.


www.businesstoday.in
July 8, 2008
Since the landmark acquisition of Corus by Tata Steel, Indian steel companies seem to have developed a hunger for acquiring steel companies and raw material assets across the globe.


Rishi Joshi
June 11, 2008
Despite the recent price hikes in India, oil is a ticking time bomb that will be defused only by a sharp drop in demand and, in the long run, alternative sources of energy. Meanwhile, brace up for the coming pain. Business Today's Rishi Joshi reports.


www.businesstoday.in
May 28, 2008
The sheer amount of manufacturing activity taking place in small towns of India is mindboggling. Shops are being set up at breakneck speed and there is massive expansion. Where are these clusters located, and can they really deliver on their promise? Here is what Business Today discovered.


Rishi Joshi
May 14, 2008
It has been a good recovery for the stock markets so far. Whether stock markets rise or fall, smart money will always chase sound stocks. Here’s what you should keep an eye on.


Arnab Mitra and N. Madhavan
May 1, 2008
Steel and cement prices have appreciated over the last six months and led to runaway inflation. The government has alleged that companies in these sectors have formed cartels to keep prices high. How justified is the government angst? Or rather, is it a combination of factors that have conspired to push up prices? BT’s Arnab Mitra and N. Madhavan find out.


Anand Adhikari
March 31, 2008
The 43-year-old school dropout, Gautam Adani, who was recently ranked #10 among Indian billionaires by Forbes, is thinking big—and ahead—for ways to expand his business empire. He already runs the Mundra Port in Gujarat. That’s only Act I in his plan of becoming India’s largest infrastructure player. A report by BT's Anand Adhikari.


www.businesstoday.in
February 20, 2008
Sovereign funds are the latest rage in global financial markets. Most recently, such governmentowned funds (hence, the ‘sovereign’ tag) from Singapore (Temasek), Kuwait (Kuwait Investment Authority), and South Korea (Korea Investment Corp.) were responsible for bailing out America’s ‘subprime-hit’ banking giants such as Citigroup and Merrill Lynch.


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