Insurer Prudential Plc named Manulife executive Anil Wadhwani as its new chief executive officer
"Some businesses have moved on, but at a much higher cost. I really hope that we bring sanity back to supply chains at the soonest," Mr Mittal said
Power Minister R K Singh on Wednesday directed state governments to set up state-level steering committees for energy transition
Economies worldwide have been adversely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and are slowly coming back into the recovery path
India's palm oil imports could fall 19 per cent to the lowest level in 11 years as soyoil, now cheaper, takes more market share
Ukraine, battered by three months of war, plans to continue to tap crypto investors to help raise funds after a plunge in prices decimated the country's fundraising efforts in May.
Indian equity benchmarks fell, reversing gains in opening deals, underscoring the volatility ahead of the Federal Reserve's May meeting minutes later on Wednesday, likely to support the US central bank's aggressive rate-hike path.
Bengaluru-headquartered blockchain-based esports fan engagement startup STAN has raised an equity funding of $2.5 million in its seed round
India's Digit Insurance, backed by Canadian billionaire Prem Watsa's Fairfax Group, is considering raising about $500 million in an IPO
Shares of Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited (APSEZ) fell nearly 5 per cent on Wednesday after the company reported a 21.78 per cent decline in consolidated net profit to Rs 1,033 crore for the March quarter from a year ago.
Political and business leaders gathering for the World Economic Forum meet against a backdrop of inflation at its highest level in major economies
The World Bank has ruled out bridge financing or new loan commitments to crisis-hit Sri Lanka until the island nation's economy sets up an adequate macroeconomic policy framework, the global lender has said.
A Nigerian man has launched a project called "Looty" to reclaim African artifacts stolen by European colonisers by creating 3-D images of them, selling them as non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and using the proceeds to fund young African artists.
Central African Republic will launch the continent's first legal cryptocurrency investment hub, the presidency said, extending the impoverished country's embrace of digital finance despite words of caution from the International Monetary Fund.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez said he's still taking his city salary in Bitcoin even after a rout that sent the cryptocurrency down almost 40% over the past two months.