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Jun 03, 2017
Reliance Communications gets 7-month extension to service its debtThe crisis management comes within days of leading credit rating firms Fitch, Moodys, ICRA and CARE downgrading the company.
Jun 15, 2016
Uber cuts fares; Ola plans another fund raising: India taxi war heats upMedia reports say Ola is gearing up to raise more funds to take on Uber
May 18, 2016
After SpiceJet, Indigo launches fire sale, tickets starting Rs 806The company has also said there are only limited seats available under the scheme and it is applicable only on select flights on IndiGo’s domestic network
Dec 11, 2014
Global demand for OPEC oil to fall to lowest level in over a decadeGlobal demand for OPEC crude in 2015 is expected to fall to the lowest level in more than a decade and far below current output, the group said on Wednesday, pointing to a hefty supply surplus without OPEC output cuts or a slowdown in the US. shale boom.<br />
Nov 27, 2014
Pumping oil: OPEC heading for no supply cut to prop up pricesOPEC Gulf oil producers will not propose an output cut on Thursday, reducing the likelihood of joint action by OPEC to prop up prices that have sunk by a third since June.<br />
Jun 24, 2013
Mukesh Ambani's gamble: What challenges RIL's 4G plan facesThree years ago energy conglomerate Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) won an exclusive nationwide licence to roll out 4G across India, giving it a foothold to tap a potentially lucrative market in phones, tablets, computers and television.
Sep 26, 2012
Airlines start 'jaldi-jaldi' scheme to return to price warAir India and Jet Airways are offering discounts on tickets booked a month in advance. Indigo has joined the battle for market share. With other low-cost carriers following, the price war is now full blown.
Sep 24, 2012
Why Jet and Air India's discount strategy will keep investors at bayThis aggressive pricing strategy adopted by Air India and Jet Airways will only make matters worse. This is because the operating landscape has not changed and more discounts could increase competition and reverse the benefits of the current consolidation.