IndiGo promoters' feud: Rahul Bhatia files petitions seeking info in US
The differences between Bhatia and Gangwal came to the fore in July after Gangwal sought market regulator Sebi's intervention to address alleged corporate governance lapses at the company.
Rahul Bhatia takes IndiGo feud to US courts
The feud between IndiGo founders, Rahul Bhatia and Rakesh Gangwal has now reached US courts where...
InterGlobe Aviation board to meet on October 24 to consider Q2 results
InterGlobe Aviation is the parent of the country's largest airline Ind...
IndiGo promoter feud: Rahul Bhatia, IGE file for arbitration in London Court against Rakesh Gangwal
InterGlobe Aviation is the parent of IndiGo, the country's largest airline in terms of domestic market share.
Analyst Calls: Jubilant FoodWorks, M&M, L&T, IndiGo
HSBC has maintained its buy rating for Larsen & Toubro with a target price of Rs 1,780.
IndiGo shares fall over 2% on arbitration proceedings
On the NSE, the scrip plummeted 2.13 per cent at Rs 1,830.
IndiGo board has approved new policy on related-party transactions: Rakesh Gangwal
Gangwal and his affiliates hold around 37 per cent stake in InterGlobe Aviation, while Bhatia's group owns nearly 38 per cent shareholding.
Rakesh Gangwal to back changes in IndiGo's AoA after concerns addressed
India’s biggest airline by market share currently has a board comprising 6 members. The proposal is to increase it to 10.
'Phew! glad (promoters’) disagreements have been resolved': IndiGo CEO tells employees
“I am pleased to tell you that issues have now been satisfactorily sorted out," Ronojoy Dutta told employees in a mail
Sebi seeks clarification from IndiGo on Gangwal's latest letter
Gangwal has complained to Sebi against certain statements made by the chairman and CEO of the airline company Rahul Bhatia.
Rivals spreading a false narrative, says IndiGo Rakesh Gangwal
IndiGo cofounder stands by the issues he has taken up with Sebi, other regulatory authorities.
IndiGo replaces its CFO, brings in GE veteran
IndiGo earlier this year signed a $20 billion contract with CFM-a joint venture between GE and France’s Safran-to buy engines for its planes.
IndiGo CFO Rohit Philip resigns
This comes a week after company's promoter Rakesh Gangwal said the company's board has approved a new policy on related-party transactions.
IndiGo promoters smoke peace pipe but no recalling plaints
The battle between IndiGo's promoters showed signs of a thaw after Gangwal agreed to a new policy on related party transactions.
IndiGo to investors: Related-party deals small, and at arm's length
Issues weren't as serious as co-promoter Gangwal made them out to be, InterGlobe management said.
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