The world's cheapest data costs have done wonders for India by helping spread the benefits of the internet beyond a tiny, urban, affluent class. But there's a problem: Successive governments have hounded telecom operators with outlandish financial de
India's biggest-ever initial public offering can't be chalked up solely to the zeitgeist. Like most markets, irrational exuberance and easy money will no doubt play a part in Paytm's upcoming $2.2 billion share sale.
Mastercard Inc. has been told not to issue new cards in India. It's a move that underscores the urgent need of a U.S.-led digital trade pact to set global standards for what sovereign states can and cannot do to firms that obtain and process data int
At the top of the indicated price range, the app will have a market value of almost $8 billion, or 45% more than Jubilant Foodworks.
Narendra Modi has rearranged his cabinet, but the changes give no indication of a meaningful sharing of power.
Five years ago, India came up with a legal answer to its perennial economic challenge of rescuing the money stuck in zombie firms.
The list of what e-commerce platforms aren't allowed to do in India has been growing for some time, but the latest prohibition on flash sales has simply gone too far.
Mukesh Ambani's rivals should be relieved, though perhaps not too much.
BharatPe, a barely three-year-old payments startup, is going to be the half-owner of a bank in India - a prize that has eluded many of the country's pedigreed tycoons.
Gautam Adani's debt-fueled empire received a jolt this week when the Economic Times reported that three of the six Mauritius-based funds that have invested most of their money in the Indian billionaire's stocks had seen their accounts frozen by the
Mercedes-Benz AG recently introduced its Maybach sport utility vehicle in India -- right in the middle of a fierce second wave of the pandemic.
The toothpaste makers results this week offer a fresh look at a puzzle: the Indian stock markets apparent disregard for the country's worst humanitarian disaster in almost 75 years.
If you haven't heard of B.1.617 yet, chances are you soon will.
Covid-19 related deaths in India are expected to double in the coming weeks. People across socioeconomic classes are being cremated en masse in large holes in the ground.
After a tightly centralized vaccination drive that has delivered the required two shots to less than 2% of the population, India is opening up its inoculation strategy in the middle of a raging pandemic.