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Many US firms plan to incrementally invest in India, China: UBS

There is significant potential for cross border investments to India and China as large and medium sized US firms plan to incrementally invest in these Asian economies than in Western Europe, says an UBS report

Iran sanctions 15 US firms, citing human rights abuses and Israel ties

Iran has imposed sanctions on 15 US companies for alleged human rights violations and cooperating with Israel, the state news agency IRNA reported on Sunday, in a tit-for-tat reaction to a move by Washington.

Piyush Goyal asks US firms to invest in clean energy market in India

Piyush Goyal asks US firms to invest in clean energy market in India

India has asked US firms to come up with innovative solutions to address the massive energy needs of Asia's third largest economy, which is set to become the largest clean energy market in the next decade.

Median pay of top-100 US CEOs rises 5% to $14.3 mn

The study, which is an analysis of CEO salaries at the 100 largest public US companies as measured by revenue, puts Microsoft's Indian-origin chief Satya Nadella on the top with a pay package of USD 84.3 million (Rs 525 crore) a year.

Videocon d2h to sell stake worth up to $375 mn to US firm

Videocon d2h Ltd has agreed to sell shares worth up to $375 million to US-based Silver Eagle Acquisition Corp and the proceeds will be used to expand its services.

'Obama Administration to focus next 2 years on India-US trade ties'

Over the next two years, the Obama Administration would focus significantly on India-US economic and financial partnership and support the reform effort of the Indian government, a US official has said.

Brazilian firms sweeten takeover bid for Chiquita

Two Brazilian companies Wednesday raised their takeover offer for US banana giant Chiquita, in an attempt to woo it away from a merger with Irish fruit producer Fyffes.

Indians at helm of US firms cause bit of stir in China: Report

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella joining the growing list of India-born chiefs at the helm of American companies has caused a "bit of a stir" in China, according to a media report.

Chinese telecom companies strike big deals with US firms

So far the US high tech markets were kept aloof from Chinese companies due to security as well as IPR concerns.