IPL impact: 5 new sports leagues come up in 18 months, non-cricket sports have no dearth of sponsors
Inspired by the success of the Indian Premier League in cricket, almost every sport with some following in India is launching a professional league.
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Continental to boost overseas tyre business
Continental will spend 1 billion euros through 2015 to expand its tyre business
The making of Freshworks: From the ‘middle of nowhere in Chennai’ to a freshly-minted unicorn
Freshworks has indeed come a long way. Here's what makes the business software company click.
2015 Chevrolet Aveo revealed
Detroit-based automobile major, General Motors, has given a sneak preview of their new compact sedan - 2015 Chevrolet Aveo for the burgeoning Chinese market.
Striking gold: A look at India's growing club of Unicorns
From 2011 to 2017, India had 10 Unicorns, the nomenclature given to private technology companies valued over $1 billion.
Bajaj Allianz returns to IPL as Mumbai Indians sponsor
This would be Bajaj Allianz's second innings as a sponsor in the IPL, after being one of the founding sponsors of the Rajasthan Royal Team.
No break-up blues, Rory McIlroy won 4 trophies since split with Wozniacki
Rory's remarkable return to form since early July follows his break up with Caroline Wozniacki. He had started dating Wozniacki back in Aug 2011 soon after winning US Open.
Digital viewership of IPL rises 30 per cent
However, television viewership of the ongoing Indian Premier League has been stagnant; so far it is the same as last year.
Worst may be over for commercial vehicle sector: MRF
The Indian commercial vehicle industry has seen a continuous downward spiral since April 2012, hurt by weak demand, when volumes fell 11.6%.
Rubber imports may climb 18% as rains cut supply
Natural rubber imports by India may climb at least 18% this year as excess rain lowers output and tyre demand increases.
Birla groups' acquistion of Columbian Chemicals creates value
The acquisition of US-based carbon black specialist Columbian Chemicals by the Aditya Birla Group for $875 million ( 4,016 crore) creates strategic value, pitchforking the Indian major.
Toyota quits Formula One racing
Formula One was left reeling as Toyota became the latest automaker to quit the motor sport in response to the economic crisis.
US official says more fines for Toyota possible
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Monday the U.S. wants to see results from Toyota's efforts to improve safety, and more fines would be imposed if needed.
20 leading manufacturers cut 87,000 jobs in 6 months
20 leading Japanese manufacturers including Panasonic Corp and Sony Corp slashed a total of around 87,000 jobs at home and abroad in six months.
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