Ladbrokes says had good FIFA World Cup after online woes

Bookmaker Ladbrokes said its first-half group operating profit fell by a third to 56.8 million pounds ($95.2 million) after it was hit by switching its online operations to a new platform, but said it had a good World Cup performance.

Industrialists should make tribals as shareholders

The Congress on Tuesday
said big business houses willing to invest in Jharkhand should
have tribals as their shareholders.

Kraft lowers acceptance condition from Cadbury shareholders

US food major Kraft Foods on Wednesday
said it required only 50 per cent support from Cadbury
shareholders to take over the British confectioner.

India asks US authorities not to take action against Satyam

India has requested authorities in the United States not to take any action against scam-hit Satyam as it would amount to punishing shareholders of the IT company for a second time.

Sun gets boost as Taro shareholders reject Board`s re-election

In a major boost to India`s Sun
Pharma, which is locked in a takeover battle with Taro,
shareholders of the Israeli drug firm on Thursday rejected a
proposal to re-elect directors.

Big shareholders ask Goldman to cut bonuses: Report

Some of Goldman Sachs Group Inc`s (GS.N) largest shareholders have asked the company to cut the size of its bonus pool and pass along more of its profits to investors.

Hindalco gets shareholders nod for raising Rs 2,900 cr

Hindalco Industries Ltd, the metals
flagship company of the Aditya Birla Group, on Tuesday said it has
received approval from its shareholders for raising funds up
to Rs 2,900 crore through issuing securities.

Bharti offers last-mile sweeteners for MTN: Report

Bharti Airtel has offered to retain the top management at MTN for at least 3 years and given the option of an all-cash offer to minority MTN shareholders to sew up the planned tie-up between the two firms.