We don’t see ourselves coming into this market to compete with Indian media: NYT Global CEO Mark Thompson
In a freewheeling chat with ET’s Vinod Mahanta & Gaurav Laghate, the 62-year-old Thompson talked about The New York Times’ transformation journey, battle between publishers and platforms and of course, NYT’s running fight with Donald Trump.
How to make the auto scrappage policy work
First off, there must be a cut-off age for vehicles after which they should be scrapped. A kilomet...
Economic slump: Time to acknowledge, says Madan Sabnavis
Is the economy already in a slump? Talking to ET Online, ahead of the GDP numbers fo...
Share market update: Auto shares mixed; Ashok Leyland down 1%
The Nifty Auto index was trading 0.22 per cent down at 8101.20 around 09:27 am.
Companies must review outsourcing to mitigate geopolitical risk: Gartner
Geopolitical conditions have a direct impact on trade and economic activities of a country. According to Gartner Inc, recent events like the Sri Lankan terrorist attacks, the US-China trade dispute and political tensions in Hong Kong are raising fears of delivery disruptions. This could further affect global offshore services market.
Power demand growing despite last month’s slump
Despite the ongoing economic slowdown, the power ministry claims that India's electricity demand has been growing though it fell last month. It said rising renewable and hydropower generation led to lower use of thermal plants. CEA data showed that power demand in October 2019 fell the most in industrial states.
Diwali gives struggling auto companies reason to cheer
Retail sales of passenger vehicles improved 13.9% in October over the preceding year, while two-wheeler sales improved 8.9%, vehicle registration data from road transport and highways ministry's VAHAN dashboard showed.
Government approves strategic disinvestment of BPCL, 4 other PSUs
The government will sell its 53.29% stake in BPCL after taking out Numaligarh refinery from its portfolio.
Share market update: Auto shares mixed; Motherson Sumi up 1%
The Nifty Auto index was trading 0.17 per cent down at 8139.80 around 09:45 am.
Auto volumes may lose steam after festive sales, stocks likely to maintain momentum
The Auto index has outperformed the broader index by an average 2 per cent return.
India is heading for an economic growth of below 5%
4.2% would be the lowest growth since govt adopted a new base year for gross domestic product data in 2012.
Goliaths of India property rise as slowdown swallows small firms
India’s top real estate cos saw sales jump 159% in the year ended March from 2017, when the slump began.
From Citizenship Bill to opposition offensive on economic slowdown -- Winter session expected to see much heat
In the session beginning Monday, the government is set to push for the passage of the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, a key BJP plank which is aimed at granting nationality to non-Muslim immigrants from neighbouring countries. The government has listed the bill in its items of business for the session, official sources said.
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