27 Apr 2015
Mumbai: The stock market slipped after a positive start with the benchmark BSE Sensex dropping by 221.92 points and broader NSE Nifty trading below the crucial 8,300-level on across-the-board selling pressure.
19 Apr 2015
New Delhi: State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) on Sunday said it has called the globally renowned oil and gas blow out control experts Boots&Coots from US to contain fire at a gas well near Surat in which 12 persons were injured.
17 Apr 2015
Washington: Tata Consultancy Services has been sued by a former American employee who accused the IT giant of "discriminating" against individuals who are not South Asians in hiring and job placement.
10 Apr 2015
Washington: Chinese currency exchange rate remains significantly undervalued despite the country's efforts to find a way out of it and has led to large internal and external imbalances, the US Treasury has said.
16 Apr 2015
Washington: India has the potential to make nine to 10 percent growth rate "a new normal", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Thursday while asserting that high growth was essential to meet the challenges posed by the country's burgeoning young population.
15 Apr 2015
London: World oil prices shot higher on Wednesday on forecasts that US shale production would likely drop and help ease a global supply glut, analysts said.
09 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Private carrier Jet Airways on Thursday welcomed the decision of the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to restore India's aviation safety ranking to category 1, which paves the way for the airline to expand its operations in the US market.
07 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday said the US Fed's move is unlikely to have much bearing on his policy decisions.
02 Apr 2015
New York: Fast-food giant McDonald's has announced that it would increase wages for 90,000 employees in company-owned restaurants in the United States, as well as offering them paid time-off.
08 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Pharmaceutical major Glenmark on Wednesday said its US subsidiary will pay USD 25 million to the federal government there as well as to the Texas state administration to settle a pricing investigation.