Retailers to move CCI against WalmartFlipkart

2 months ago
Retailers have joined hands to approach fair trade regulator CCI against USD 16 billion WalmartFlipkart deal as they apprehend that the it would lead to massive job loss and be a "nightmare for retail trade" of the country. Traders body CAIT in a ... ...

How the rise in crude oil price will affect Indian economy

2 months ago
Brent crude oil prices on Thursday hit $80 per barrel for the first time since November 2014 on supply deficit concerns. With India meeting more than 80% of its oil needs through imports, the world's thirdlargest oil consumer after US and China will Pe ... ...

Facebook's rise in profits, users shows resilience after scandals

3 months ago
Facebook beats Wall Street's revenue estimates, shares rise Twitter trounces estimates as growth moves overseas Facebook shares rebound after optimism about ad revenue Facebook forecasts rising ad sales despite dip in usage Snap shares soar as user ... ...

India set to receive average monsoon rains, in boost for pollbound Modi

3 months ago
Normal monsoon to help achieve fresh record in agri output: Agri Sec Monsoon likely to be normal this year: Skymet La Nina to be neutral during monsoon Monsoon rains seen at average levels in 2018: Skymet Premonsoon months to be warmer, heat wave ... ...

Ad king Sorrell's abdication leaves WPP at crossroads

3 months ago
WPP CEO Sorrell could learn his fate next week Shockwaves as Sorrell quits as CEO of ad giant WPP WPP vows to do better after weak results, nervous outlook send shares plunging WPP investigates CEO Sorrell for alleged misconduct, which he denies WPP ... ...

Oil cos say no directive from govt to defer price hike

3 months ago
The government has not asked stateowned oil firms so far to avoid raising the retail price of petrol and diesel in view of next month's elections in Karnataka, heads of IOC and HPCL said today. The government was said to have informally directed state Govt ask Indian Oil ... ...

Russia, US diplomats pack their bags after titfortat expulsions

4 months ago
Russian and US diplomats packed their bags today amid a diplomatic crisis between Moscow and the West, with postCold War tensions peaking in the wake of a nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in Britain. About 50 men, women and children left Kr ... ...

Oil dips as Wall Street dives; tensions over Iran support crude

4 months ago
NEW YORK () Oil prices slipped on Monday as Wall Street slid more than 1 percent and energy market investors remained wary of growing crude supply, although tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran gave prices some support. Brent crude futures ... ...

$1.8 bn PNB fraud, macrodata hit equities' movement (Market Review)

5 months ago
The weekly trade in the Indian equity markets was almost flat. However, a slew of domestic developments like a $1.8 billion fraud reported by the Punjab National Bank (PNB) and release of major macroeconomic data impacted the movements of the two key ... ...

Will the planned consumer protection law run amok with businesses and spoil the freemarket spirit?

9 months ago
Prime Minister Narender Modi has given dark hints of tough days ahead for marketing companies and inhouse departments as well as to advertisement firms. The extant Consumer Protection Act, 1985 is going to be replaced by a new one the lynchpin of  ... ...

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