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Company says most other regions depended largely on price hikes to shore up sales
IT services market globally to cross $1 trillion in 2019, but growth rate to slow to 4.7%, says Gartner
The private placement is the second time this year Uber has sold its own debt directly. In March, it put together a $1.5 billion loan, a deal investors also devoured voraciously
Sebi had directed former promoters of Fortis Healthcare, Shivinder Mohan Singh, Malvinder Mohan Singh and eight other entities, to repay Rs 4.03 billion along with interest to the company had 32 per share of the festive sale from October 9-14
Novartis earlier this year announced the purchase of rare-disease drugmaker AveXis Inc. for $8.7 billion
Coca-Cola also said Chief Financial Officer Kathy Waller would retire by the end of the year and be replaced by John Murphy, the president of Coke's Asia Pacific unit
The ailing national carrier would be utilising the funds to mainly meet its working capital requirements
The total contravention identified under the latest notice is Rs 43.69 billion
The 414-km-long Northern Region Strengthening Scheme by Sterlite Power will ensure reliable access to power for the Valley
80% of the country's synthetic textile output comes from Gujarat, which is seeing migrant labour move out to escape the violence following rape of a minor, and better opportunities back home
The loan will be for a minimum term of 10 years, the company said in the offer document
Lower-than-estimated rainfall lends support to steel industry
Govt assures there is no threat of discontinuation of mobile numbers issued using Aadhaar
Many BJP-ruled states followed suit with cut in VAT, to minimise the pinch of the rise in oil prices on commoners
The streaming giant arrived in India at the beginning of last year
While their aim of curbing money laundering and terror funding is laudable, the manner in which the Rules are being implemented may counteract the govt's ease of doing business initiatives
Office space leasing increased by 15 per cent in eight cities to 33.3 million sq ft during January-September this year driven by higher demand from corporates and co-working operators, property consultant Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) said Thursday. The office space absorption stood at 29 million sq ft during the year ago period in eight cities -- Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune and Ahmedabad. The consultant said leasing could touch a record 50 million sq ft this calendar year. It expected absorption in the current quarter to remain strong like July-September period, during which 18.5 million sq ft space were leased. "2018 progresses on a note of exciting developments in office sector leasing. The compass for office space demand points north, for it is forecasted to spike to an unparalleled 50 million sq ft in the next few months, which surpasses records," C&W India Country Head and MD Anshul Jain said. He said, flexible workplaces was an ...
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