The rupee fell seven paise to 63.59 against the US dollar in early trade on Monday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange due to rise in the greenback's value against other global currencies.
The benchmark BSE Sensex fell over 130 points in early trade on Monday on emergence of profit-booking by participants after recent gains amid disappointing corporate earnings.
From team holidays to adventure trips to freebies including laptops, washing machines and even bikes, start-ups are pulling out all stops to retain employees this appraisal season.
I believe what we have is a pretty decent report card. On the global stage India features among the top two. One year is too short to brand India as an attractive investment destination, but the build-up has happened and now we need to maintain it. To improve the ease of doing business, states must also chip in and respond.
Satya Nadella seems set for his next big purchase -- and Microsoft has about $95 billion in cash. That is about Rs 600,000 crore! Reports came at the weekend that the software giant pulled back from acquiring Salesforce.com, arguably the biggest small-business software company located in the cloud (or the internet).
Budget airline SpiceJet, in the middle of a turnaround, has decided to bring the salaries of its Bombardier Q400 pilots on par with those who fly Boeing 737 planes.
BlackBerry is laying off an unspecified number of workers around the world as the struggling smartphone manufacturer tries to make its device business profitable.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc is pressing meat, seafood, dairy and egg suppliers to reduce the use of antibiotics, becoming the first large retailer to take such a public stand against the excessive use of drugs in raising farm animals.
The markets continued their northbound journey for the third consecutive week and closed on a five week high. Both the BSE sensex and CNX Nifty surged and closed at 634 and 197 points respectively.
Fair trade regulator CCI (Competition Commission of India) on May 23 ordered a detailed probe against Swedish telecom giant Ericsson, after it 'prima facie' found the company in violation of the competition norms.
Lakshmi Mittal signs a deal with SAIL for a steel plant in India
If the drug you consume is banned in US, UK, Canada, Japan, European Union or Australia, you may need to get a new prescription. The government is streamlining the drug regulatory system to filter drugs with serious side effects, based on their ban status from six major drug regulators globally.
Youth, optimism and thinking big are now the defining traits in a city whose mild weather is heated up by young and restless entrepreneurs. In such a mood, reckless, impulsive talk is not just accepted. It is almost celebrated.
Private sector electricity producer Tata Power will move out of the stock market benchmark index Sensex and will be replaced by drugmaker Lupin.
Airlines face a fresh probe for suspected cartelisation and for the alleged arbitrary hike in airfares, with the fair trade regulator CCI Thursday saying it needs to get to the bottom of the issue.