Tata Motors Q4 Results: The carmaker's revenue from operations came in at Rs 88,628 crore for the fourth quarter.
Credit Suisse Group has said that it planned to hire over 1,000 IT employees in India this year.
HCL Technologies plans to hire these professionals in fields of digital transformation, cloud, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity for its London, Greater London and Manchester offices
Airtel Q4 Results: Revenue from operations rose 12 per cent to Rs 25,747 crore for the March quarter. It was Rs 23,018 crore in the year-ago period.
The company continues to monitor the situation closely and the remaining manufacturing plants and other facilities will also open up gradually, Hero MotoCorp said
The company said the three plants will increasingly focus on producing for export markets besides catering to domestic requirements.
Chenab Valley Power Projects is a joint venture company;NHPC holds 49 per cent in Chenab Valley Power Projects, whereas JKSPDC holds 49 per cent and PTC holds 2 per cent
Sudhir Sitapati has an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and a B.Sc in Math with Economics Honours from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai.
Indiabulls Housing said that it plans to focus the management bandwidth and consolidate its capital towards the real estate asset management business
Google Pay users in the US can now transfer money to app customers in India, Singapore, with plans to expand to the 80 countries available via Wise, and 200 via Western Union by end of 2021
Last month, Flipkart had expanded its hyperlocal service Flipkart Quick to six new cities - Delhi, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Noida, Hyderabad and Pune
Anupam Rasayan issued a letter of intent to install solar power by investing a sum of Rs 43 crore. The entire capital expenditure will be funded from the company's recently concluded IPO proceeds.
Basiz Fund Services received authorisation from the International Financial Services Centres Authority, to be registered as an ancillary service provider with the IFSCA
Japan's second-biggest steelmaker JFE Holdings will study the feasibility of forming a joint venture with its Indian partner JSW Steel to make and sell electromagnetic steel sheet used in transformers
Akbar Al Baker said that the Indian aviation industry is very regulated and regulations stifle growth. "I think that it is incorrect for the authorities to stifle competition just to protect one or two other airlines. You should leave it to survival of the fittest," he asserted.