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Top food retailers accumulate Rs 13,000 cr loss in FY14: Crisil
Business Standard India

Top food retailers register losses

New Delhi: Top 10 food retailers, including Reliance Fresh, Aditya Birla Retail, WalMart India and Bharti Retail, have registered accumulated losses of over Rs 13,000 crore in the last fiscal, ratings agency Crisil said. Accumulated losses of food ... Deccan Chronicle, 2 months ago
Retailers register losses over Rs13K crore Asian Age, 2 months ago
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One India

Walmart plans to bloom online, despite FDI hurdle

New Delhi, May 6: Walmart JV with Bharti Enterprise may not have worked out, but the US retailer seems to stay put in the Indian market, which allows the free passage of both virtual and physical wholesale stores. The world's largest retailer chain is ...
 One India2 months ago

Walmart to expand network in India

Walmart Stores infused more funds into its Indian cash-and-carry operations in June to expand the network, taking the world number one retailer's total investment in the country to nearly Rs 2,000 crore and underscoring its renewed optimism about ...
 Fresh Plaza6 days ago Walmart infuses Rs 623 crore to expand its India business  DNA India6 days ago Walmart to Expand Cash-and-Carry Biz in India  India Retailing1 week ago Walmart to expand network, brings in Rs 623 crore funds  India Brand Equity Foundation1 week ago
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International Business Times India

Walmart Starts B2B E-Commerce Platform in India

BANGALORE: Walmart, the world's largest retailer, will launch its business-to-business e-commerce platform in the Indian cities of Lucknow and Hyderabad in the first week of July, to provide wide range of products and special items for members as ...
 Silicon India3 weeks ago Walmart Initiates B2B e-commerce Venture in India  International Business Times India3 weeks ago Walmart begins biz-to-biz e-initiative in India  Economic Times3 weeks ago Walmart launches online sales in India  FierceRetail3 weeks ago
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Financial Express

Reliance Retail, Bharti Enterprises in talks to buy Carrefour India assets

Reliance Retail and Bharti Enterprises are understood to be in talks to buy India assets of the world's second largest retailer Carrefour that has decided to exit the country by closing its five stores. According to industry sources, the ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Reliance Retail, Bharti to buy Carrefour India assets  Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago Reliance Retail, Bharti in talks to buy Carrefour India assets  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Reliance Retail, Bharti seen in talks to buy Carrefour India assets  Livemint.com2 weeks ago
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Forbes.com

What Is Wal-Mart Doing in Asia?

Walmart.com Wal-Mart Stores ( NYSE: WMT ) sees China, Japan, and India, as growth opportunities. Taken together, these three countries account for approximately 60% of Asia's population. Unfortunately, Wal-Mart has seen many challenges in ...
 Motley Fool3 weeks ago Company Update: Wal-Mart Stores Inc (NYSE:WMT) Walmart's (WMT) CEO C. Douglas McMillon On Q1 2015 Results Earnings Call Transcript  RCR Wireless News2 months ago Wal-Mart Expanding In China, Still On Hold In India  Forbes.com2 months ago
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Walmart gelling with govt, dumps retail FDI plans

NEW DELHI: Walmart Stores Inc, which for nearly a decade lobbied hard to get India to open up its supermarkets sector, will no longer canvass for allowing foreign companies to own majority stakes in multibrand retail and only concentrate on growing ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Walmart gelling with Modi? Dumps FDI in multi-brand retail plans  Economic Times1 month ago
Rediff.com

No Walmart stores in India before end-2015

American retail company Walmart will not have a new cash-and-carry or wholesale store in India till the last quarter of 2015. Its 20th store in the country was opened in end-2012, after which the company froze expansion plans due to internal investigations into possible violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and subsequently a break-up with Indian partner Bharti Enterprises. The investigations are yet to conclude, Krish Iyer, Walmart India president and chief executive, told Business ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago No Walmart stores before end-2015  Business Standard India1 month ago

How newly-minted CEOs tackle the tough challenge of making their mark

Joining Bharti Retail as CEO, Raj Jain knew that his priority would be to explain to his new colleagues the circumstances of his exit from Walmart, after the American retail major was mired in controversies, including accusations of bribery. He ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago
Forbes.com

Multi-brand retailers likely to suffer from new Indian goverment

Multi-brand retailers like Walmart won't be getting lucky with the new government of India. Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told the Economic Times on Tuesday that foreign direct investment in retail will not be allowed. There are people in ...
 Fresh Plaza1 month ago For Retail, Walmart Won't Find Luck With India's New Gov't  Forbes.com1 month ago
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