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Western Digital to expand sales network
Western Digital, global hardware manufacturer, plans to expand its sales network to smaller towns in India in addition to metros as part of reaching out to new customers. The company is conducting road shows to meet dealer partners in these ... More

New airlines capture 31 pc market share in Q1
Jet, Indian Air Sahara see downtrend More

`SABMiller not in race for market share'
Foster's buy a good decision: Sundeep Kumar More

We see no threat: UB group chief
The country's top beer company United Breweries' Chairman, Dr Vijay Mallya, has said companies should not venture into inorganic growth unless such acquisitions can be turned profitable. "Buying brands is not good enough," Dr Mallya told ... More

Ministry rejects RIL demand for compensation
To make up for losses suffered on sale of petrol, diesel below cost price More

Revolution setting up store in Dubai
The label, which offers clothing for plus sized women, has 10 stores in the country, including those in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. "Many women from Dubai have regularly visited our stores in India in the past, which convinced us of the huge ... More

Swarovski plans to have 30 outlets by 2008-end
Crystal brand Swarovski hopes to have 30 retail outlets operating by end-2008. Between now and 2007, it will open a couple more, said Mr V. Shiv Kumar, Country Manager, Consumer Goods Business, Swarovski India Pvt Ltd. In Chennai to launch ... More

Pricing, faith play key role in brand loyalty: Study
While most Indian consumers are value-conscious and their loyalty towards a particular brand depends a lot on pricing, there is a large proportion that remains strongly bonded towards brands by virtue of their leadership in the marketplace or ... More

Basmati industry smitten by renaming bug
Companies undergo name change in bid to convey `new business focus' More

Ruchi Soya forays into soap segment
Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd (RSIL) has announced its foray into the soap segment, with its new brand `Ruchi No1'. The soap brand is being made available in two sizes, the 75 gm pack for Rs 8 and the 100 gm pack for Rs 10, in three ... More

Market-ready microbial insecticide developed
`Knock WP' ready for commercial exploitation More

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