India sought to sell its national carrier but the privatization plan collapsed, and took 20 more years and billions of dollars of wasted capital to be reassembled. Only when the travel industry has been ravaged by a pandemic has PM Modi let it go.
The erstwhile Lever Brothers - now Unilever Plc - arrived in India in 1888 with crates of Sunlight soap. There was no smartphone, and no fintech.
The world's second-richest man is getting an almost-daily reminder of how tough it will be to win in the second-most-populous nation.
Bhutan shot to global fame in the 1970s with gross national happiness: a broad measure of overall welfare it prefers over the more traditional metric of gross domestic product, which only includes production of goods and services
A 70-year-old Indian media magnate was about to lose his crown jewel to a campaign by a U.S. fund manager. But within a week, a Japanese conglomerate came to Subhash Chandra's rescue.
If Mukesh Ambani's JioPhone Next, an Android device custom-built for India by Alphabet Inc.'s Google, is a hit in the price-conscious market, it will solve one problem for banks while posing another.
Will banking meet the sorry fate of newspapers? With the tech industry creeping up on licensed deposit-taking institutions in India, it's time to take the question seriously.
The asset recycling craze that got under way in Australia with the 2013 leasing of Port Kembla and Port Botany near Sydney is reaching India.
The investing world is enthralled by a determined Beijing as it cuts China's private sector down to size by relentless regulatory action.
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.