Delhi-based Midas Touch Investors Association (MTIA) has moved a special leave petition (SLP) in the Supreme Court in the matter of companies exclusively listed in Regional Stock Exchanges (RSE). The SLP seeks to challenge a Delhi High Court ... Smart Investor, 2 months ago
Investor body moves SC on firms in regional bourses - Business Standard India, 2 months ago
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has "no doubts" about the proposed acquisition of SolarCity. Some of Tesla Motors' biggest investors have signalled support for CEO Elon Musk's plan to buy solar power company SolarCity, although the electric car-maker's stock ...IT Web, 1 month ago TESLA MOTORS : SolarCity support despite stock dropping 4 Traders, 1 month ago
Some of Tesla Motor Inc's biggest investors have signalled support for CEO Elon Musk's plan to buy solar power company SolarCity Corp, although the electric car maker's stock cratered on Wednesday, lopping more than the $2.8 billion US value of the ...CBC, 1 month ago Signs of hope in Tesla carnage Dominion Post, 1 month ago Behind Tesla carnage, signs of support for Musk's SolarCity deal Sharenet, 1 month ago WRAPUP 3-Behind Tesla carnage, signs of support for Musks SolarCity deal Reuters UK, 1 month ago
The word 'disruptive' is criminally overused and often misunderstood when talking about technology or innovation. Spreading these negative connotations like a sleuth of bad news bears often grabs a few quick and easy headlines. But it seldom tells ...Inc.com, 2 months ago
Delbrook Capital's approach is bottom-up, asset-based investing - that is investing in top-quality assets that the market has misplaced. Delbrook has a strong technical team with a great level of experience, and they focus on companies with large ...Seeking Alpha, 2 months ago Matt Zabloski: Fund Manager on Asset Based Investing in the Mining Sector Kitco, 2 months ago
They took investor money via IPOs and then disappeared; investors ask Sebi why it isn't using its legal powers to get after the offenders. Two defunct regional stock exchanges, from Gujarat, account for a little over three-fourths of vanishing companies in the country. In all, 683 companies from 10 RSEs were reported on the National Stock Exchange (NSE, 492) and BSE (191) dissemination boards (DBs). Of these, 77 per cent or 528 were listed on Gujarat-based exchanges. Thousands of investors ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
High Commission of India and Manchester host event to strengthen bilateral trade Opportunity for Manchester to partner with India to help deliver economic development policy India's growing economy looks to Manchester for collaboration Forging ...MIDAS - Invest Manchester, 1 month ago
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