Swaminathan Aiyar on should charitable trusts be allowed to exert corporate control
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Why Mohun Bagan’s new ‘corporate’ ownership can’t be a bad thing for its fans
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Share market update: OMCs trade in the red; IOC dips 1%
The S&P BSE Oil & Gas index was trading 0.01 per cent up at 14,558.44.
From CamScanner to Cheatsheet, Deepak Sahni shares his list of favourite apps; talks digital detox, multitasking
Deepak Sahni on trusting multiple mobile devices and apps for productivity.
Stocks in the news: Bharti Airtel, IndiaMart, ZEEL, ICICI Pru Life, Oil India and Vodafone Idea
Power Grid Corp has decided to launch an Infrastructure Investment Trust (InViT).
Telecom companies seek modification in AGR ruling, move SC
The ‘modification’ applications were filed on Monday after the Supreme Court last week rejected the pleas of the three phone companies to review the October 24 verdict that widened the definition of adjusted gross revenue (AGR).
Payment companies weigh ways to recoup MDR losses
These companies have urged the Centre to nudge banks to compensate “a minimum of 0.25% of the transaction amount for all the UPI and RuPay, Person to Merchant (P2M) transactions” for sustained service and ecosystem expansion in the absence of any clear revenue model.
Yes Securities maintains buy on Birla Corporation, target price Rs 990
Shares of Birla Corporation closed at Rs 707, up 8.8% on Monday.
Analyst Calls: Infosys, DCB Bank, United Spirits, Birla Corporation
Motilal Oswal has maintained a ‘Buy’ rating on Infosys with a target price of Rs 870 per share.
The rise of unconventional corporate team-building activities
From racing to wine lessons to building food trucks, team-building is now as unconventional as it gets.
Will India's model of corporate governance undergo changes after recent injunctions?
This all-powerful chairman role stifles the very elements needed for good corporate governance.
India aims at zero urea import with commissioning of 5 units
The government is reviving five closed fertiliser plants to increase urea production in the country and reduce imports. "We expect our import dependency will be zero with the commissioning of the plants. The projects will nearly obviate the need for import of urea in the country, said Roul.
Market Movers: Kotak Q3 spooks bank pack; Voda, realty stocks up, OIL hit
Reliance Industries was the biggest culprit for Monday’s fall, as it bled 146.67 points.
Nikkei inches up to 15-month high, take-over bids energise constructors
The Nikkei share average rose 0.18 per cent to 24,083.51, its highest close since October 2018.
IRFC files IPO draft papers with Sebi
The shares of the company are proposed to be listed on the BSE and the NSE.
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