25 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Walmart India on Wednesday extended the reach of its online wholesale platform to members in Jammu, the tenth city where it has launched the e-commerce facility for its trading partners.
24 Mar 2015
Mexico City/Detroit: General Motors Co will build its next-generation Chevrolet Cruze compact in Mexico, the company said on Monday, as automakers look to expand in the Latin American nation to take advantage of low labor costs and free trade agreements.
07 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Walmart India on Saturday announced two executive appointments with Ashwin Mittal as the new Chief Financial Officer and Javier Rojo as head of Real Estate and Business Development.
15 Feb 2015
Monterrey (Mexico): At least 20 people were killed and 31 injured when a freight train slammed into a packed passenger bus in northeastern Mexico, authorities said on Sunday after rescue crews worked through the night to reach victims.
16 Feb 2015
New Delhi: In a bid to make its Indian operations sustainable, US-based auto major General Motors is targeting a multiple-fold jump in exports from here apart from lining up two new models to be launched by 2016.
19 Dec 2012
Walmart de Mexico said it "has had priorities to cooperate in the investigation and safeguard the independence of the investigation" into bribery allegations in Mexico.
22 Jan 2015
Hyderabad: Beverage maker PepsiCo, global retail giant Walmart have evinced interest in setting up their shops in Andhra Pradesh.
22 Dec 2014
New Delhi: After a gap of two years, US retail major Walmart will open a new cash and carry store in Agra as it returns focus on India. The company, which opened its last store in Bhopal towards the end of 2012, has said it will focus on cash and carry business in India in the absence of clarity on FDI in multi-brand retail trade.
01 Dec 2014
New Delhi: Walmart India on Monday extended the reach of its online wholesale platform to its members in Rajahmundry in Andhra Pradesh.
05 Jan 2015
Washington: India's efforts to bring back black money stashed abroad may not succeed as major western economies, including the US and UK, are the main beneficiaries of illicit funds, a global think-tank has said, underlining that the government should instead focus more on curtailing its outflow which has jumped nine-fold since 2003.