Indian fans of Christiano Ronaldo can get their hands on the sexy Portuguese football star's own line of undergarments soon.
L Capital Asia wants to exit the company and has asked its founder to either buy out its 40% stake or sell the luxury brands marketing firm.
Tata Sons-Singapore Airlines to have a 6-member board, Tatas to be represented by Prasad Menon, Mukund Rajan
The proposed Tata Sons-Singapore Airlines venture will eventually have a six-member board consisting of four nominees of the Indian partner.
“We will provide the additional documents they have asked for and if we still do not get our dues, then we will go to the court,” one of the agents said.
If you have a business or brand sounding anything even remotely close to IKEA, get prepared to face the ire of the Swedish retail giant.
Starbucks' stores in India don’t fit the global design template — each store has been designed differently, with “local” touches incorporated.
Walmart’s final decision about its future plans in India will have a crucial bearing on Bharti’s future prospects in the retail sector.
Currency volatility and macro headwinds may force many global companies to review their India strategy, but investors will still be drawn to it.
The company is looking at a valuation of around Rs 1,200-1,400 crore for the three assets, says a property consultant.
Bulgari has made an application to the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) for its investment under the single-brand route.
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