In 2009, discount retailer Subhiksha went bust as India's economic growth slowed in the face of the global financial crisis. Photo: Mint Mumbai: In 2009, discount retailer Subhiksha Trading Services Ltd went bust as India's economic growth slowed ... Livemint.com, 1 week ago
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Kabaddi league gets government nod | Ukrainian president proposes new crisis talks | Wanchoo quits as Goa governor | Sunny Friday in Delhi, Saturday to be partly cloudy | Sabyasachi Mukherjee to open India Couture Week 2014 | Indian nurses free, to ...Chennai Online, 1 month ago
It remains mystery as to why industrialist and the Chairman Emeritus of the Tata Group, Ratan Tata, would put in money in SnapDeal, whose underlying business is trade arbitrage rather than adding any value ...Businessworld India, 5 days ago
After India's IT czars Azim Premji and Narayana Murthy evinced interest in the country's sunrise sector, it is the turn of business leaders such as Ratan Tata to join the $3.5 billion e-commerce sector. The 76-year-old ex-chairman of India's ...Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago
They came, they saw, they invested. Believing in the India story, especially its entrepreneurial energy, private equity (PE), venture capital (VC) funds and angel investors opened their wallets and handed out money to let a hundred flowers bloom. Some ...The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago
N R Narayana Murthy (Image: Wikipedia) Catamaran Ventures, the family office of billionaire N R Narayana Murthy, is planning a joint venture with Amazon to enter e-commerce in India, said a report. The Infosys co-founders family office will run the venture in ...Pluggd in, 2 months ago
Bain alleges that it invested around $60 mn based on false financial statements that EY had audited and certifiedPrivate equity (PE) major Bain Capital has sued EY (formerly Ernst & Young) in a US court, claiming the auditing firm wrongly advised to invest $60 million (Rs 360 crore) in Lilliput Kidswear.In its lawsuit, Bain alleged in May 2010, it had invested in a 30.99 per cent stake in Lilliput, based on false financial statements that EY had audited and certified. Bain says EY, acting ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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