Himalyan quake: No major impact on Indian companies operating in Nepal

Indian companies operating in the earthquake-hit Nepal today said there has not been any major imapct on their operations in the Himalyan nation.

Women missing from boardrooms of most valuable companies

According to SEBI norms, every listed firm should have at least one woman director on its board by October 1, 2014.

Biggest fight is against perception that big cos do cozy deals with govt: Montek

The biggest challenge on policy front is the fight against the perception that a small number of big corporations do cozy deals with the government, Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahulwalia has said.

Phishing attacks cost Indian firms Rs 328 cr in Jul-Sep 2013

Indian companies lost around USD 53 million (about Rs 328 crore) due to phishing scams with the country facing over 3,750 attacks in July-September this year.

Dollar funding woes hit India Inc

While surging interest rates at home had prompted many Indian companies to look offshore to raise dollars this year, risk-aversion among banks has pushed up the cost of offshore debt and made it scarce for all but the highest-rated borrowers.

Crunch time for firms as debts come due

Seeking to finance acquisitions and their aggressive expansion, Indian companies raised funds through foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) and bank loans before the financial crisis struck in 2008.

Ohio bans outsourcing of govt IT projects

In a bid to ensure maximum employment opportunities for local people, the US state Ohio has banned outsourcing of government-funded IT projects to other countries including India.

56 Indian cos among world’s most powerful

India and China gained the most ground in breaking into the exclusive club of "The Forbes Global 2000".

Indian companies under fresh Maoist threat in Nepal

Two major Indian companies and a third multinational firm are headed for tough times once again in Nepal with the former Maoist guerrillas asking them to stop work.

Indian cos listed on US bourses gain $70bn in 2009

Indian companies listed on the
American bourses notched up handsome gains in 2009 as their
aggregate valuation scaled upward by USD 70 billion with stock
markets worldwide rallying substantially in the year.

Nine of top-10 cos add Rs 49k cr in m-cap; BHEL lone loser

Nine of top-10 country`s most valued
firms added nearly Rs 49,000 crore last week with the
exception of power equipment maker BHEL.

Indian cos` add $5.33 bn to their US m-cap in a week

Indian stocks trading on the
American bourses added USD 5.33 bn to their cumulative
market capitalisation, with the IT bellwether Infosys
Technologies and private sector lender ICICI Bank accounting
nearly half of the gain.

Five of top-10 cos lose Rs 24k cr; RIL maintains top slot

As many as five companies among the elite club of top-10 Sensex firms have witnessed an erosion of over Rs 24,000 crore from their market capitalisation previous week.

Disaster recovery gaining importance among Indian cos: Survey

Soaring downtime costs and more stringent IT service-level requirements to mitigate risk to business are putting disaster recovery (DR) pressures on enterprises, a survey said.