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`Buy-back won't change Tata Sons risk profile'
CRISIL has announced that Tata Sons Ltd's proposed share buy-back plan for a part of its equity shares would not have a material impact on the company's overall risk profile. The outstanding ratings of AAA on its long-term and short-term debt ... More

ENVIRONMENT


M&M stress on eco-friendly tractors
MUMBAI: Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd (M&M) said that it is committed towards producing tractors that are environment friendly and incorporate the latest technology. "All M&M tractors manufactured today meet the Bharat (TREM) Stage I ... More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS


Metropolis Health acquires 2 labs
MUMBAI: Metropolis Health Services has acquired majority stake in two laboratories - Lister Laboratory and Research Centre and Sudharma Laboratory. Lister Laboratory is in Chennai while Sudharma is in Kerala. "These acquisitions ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


Cos play truant as RoC is drowned in paper pool
WANT to convert your `mom and pop' stores into a limited company but afraid of the `inspector-raj' of the Department of Company Affairs (DCA)? Not to worry. Actually, the Big Brother may just not be out there watching you. Statistics put out by ... More

INTERVIEW


`Process innovation gives us the cost advantage' — Interview with Mr. Krishna Shrivastav, Chief Operating Officer, United Phosphorous
United Phosphorous exemplifies the potential that Indian agrochemical companies have for export-driven growth in global market for generic products. After years of sedate performance, the company has managed a sharp ramp-up in its sales and ... More

SICK UNITS


IDBI sitting tight on IISCO revival draft
NOTHING is being heard about the limited revival scheme for Indian Iron & Steel Company Co (IISCO) although five months have lapsed since its parent, Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL), forwarded a draft scheme, based on the package cleared by ... More

PEOPLE


Dhirubhai leaves his stamp
A COMMEMORATIVE postage stamp of the late Dhirubhai Ambani, founder of the Reliance group of companies, was released by the Union Minister for Telecommunications, Mr Pramod Mahajan, here on Saturday, the 70th birth anniversary of Ambani. The ... More
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