Advertisement

Business News

Ikea Recalls 36 Million Chests, Dressers After Six Deaths

The furnishings can topple over if they are not anchored securely to walls, posing a threat to children, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission said

Read More

Rupee Jumps 19 Paise Against Dollar, Equities Help

The domestic unit ended steady at 67.95 a dollar on Tuesday following fag-end dollar demand from banks and importers in view of uncertainty in the currency market

Read More

Britain Wins Brexit Breathing Space At Gloomy EU Summit

After hours of talks in Brussels, EU President Donald Tusk said that he understood that time was needed 'for the dust to settle' in Britain before the next steps can be taken

Read More

Sensex Adds To Gains, Up 149 Points On Positive Global Leads

The Sensex surged over 149 points on Wednesday on a buying build-up by participants, tracking a global rally

Read More

#PMSpeaksToArnab: Twitter Sets New record Of Total Conversations During Live TV Interview

The total conversations during the live interview peaked at 2,50,000 total Tweets, of which 1,70,000 conversations were recorded in a span of six hours

Read More

Digital Connect With Rural India

The dream visualized in the 1990s has gradually been moving forward as the current government with stronger mandate and clearer vision has pushed the Digital India initiative to transform the lives of common rural Indian

Read More

India's Growth May Dip By 60 Bps On Brexit: Morgan Stanley

Brexit is likely to have an adverse impact on India's growth with domestic GDP expected to decline by up to 60 basis points in a high-stress scenario within the next two years

Read More

Centralisation Of Power With PM Modi Due To Weak Ministers, Says Rahul Bajaj

Industrialist Rahul Bajaj has said 'inexperience' of some ministers is leading to centralisation of powers with the Prime Minister and cautioned it would be 'self-defeating' to believe that there is no political alternative in the country

Read More

Banks Asset Quality Stress Needs To Dealt First, Says Raghuram Rajan

Stressing on need to continue with sound domestic policies and reforms, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday said banks' asset quality stress has to be dealt first in order to revive the credit growth.

Read More

Market Tries To Recover From Brexit Blow, Sensex Up 122 Points

Bargain hunting bailed out markets on Tuesday as the Sensex rebounded by almost 122 points, taking comfort from a positive close in Asia despite contagion fears of the Brexit fallout looming large

Read More