Exclusive: Oyo’s Ritesh Agarwal opens up about job losses, Aditya Ghosh, governance issues, and SoftBank’s role
“This is the first time I am doing an interview, but I have been open all throughout.”
Hospitality firm OYO on Monday said it has elevated Aditya Ghosh, currently chief executive officer (India & South Asia) for the hotels and homes business, as a member of its board of directors
Oyo to expand 'SilverKey' hotels to 19 cities in 2019; eyes corporate travel sector to spur growth this year
With the commitment to expand SilverKey footprint to 19 cities, Oyo is decisively betting big on corporate travel.
After China, UK, Oyo to expand international footprint with foray into Philippines, onboards 10 properties
Oyo intends to expand the number aggressively to tap into the $5 billion opportunity in Philippines market
OYO aims at 1 million rooms to become world's 'largest' hotel chain; sets target of 2.5 million rooms by 2023
At present, OYO has over 13,000 franchised and leased hotels, and over 450,000 rooms, adding over 64,000 rooms every month, globally
OYO expands global presence with Sri Lanka foray; hospitality firm to strengthen presence in South Asian mkt
Currently, OYO has presence in seven countries including India, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal, the UK and the UAE.
The appointment comes in wake of the company's focus to drive accelerated growth in its home markets -- India and China, OYO said in a statement.
IndiGo's Chief Commercial Officer Sanjay Kumar quits after 12-year stint, to be replaced by William Boulter
Sanjay Kumar Kumar, who has been associated with no-frills carrier for last 12 years, has put in his papers to pursue other career interests, IndiGo said
Budget airline IndiGo hires fraud investigator Somyajit Sethi as its first ethics and compliance chief
Somyajit Sethi is likely to join IndiGo by the end of this month.
SEBI probes plunge in IndiGo parent InterGlobe Aviation's stock hours before chief Aditya Ghosh's resignation
SEBI is examining sharp plunge in shares of InterGlobe Aviation, parent of IndiGo, hours before it announced the resignation of its president Aditya Ghosh
Markets ignore months of turbulence at IndiGo; but will piloting the airline be easy post Aditya Ghosh's departure?
As IndiGo undergoes changes, navigates hiccups and learns what it's like to be steered by unfamiliar hands, it was perhaps time for Ghosh to quit.
Budget airline IndiGo's president Aditya Ghosh resigns; company appoints Rahul Bhatia as interim CEO
IndiGo announces the appointment of Gregory Taylor (Greg) as a senior advisor reporting directly to interim CEO Rahul Bhatia.
Air India disinvestment: Govt to wait and see if IndiGo bids for Maharaja; not to extend EOI deadline
Civil Aviation Secretary R N Chaubey said the government intended to make the divestment process "faster", but made it clear to a poser that Air India's operations would not be split in the bidding process
IndiGo says it is 'actively engaged' with Pratt & Whitney to get all of its grounded aircraft back in operation
Low-cost carrier IndiGo said that it is "actively engaged" with engine manufacturer - Pratt & Whitney- to get all of its grounded aircraft back in operation
A day after a video IndiGo staff manhandling a customer went viral on social media and grabbed national headlines, the airlines' director Aditya Ghosh has written to the Minister of Civil Aviation to admit that the staff was at fault.
IndiGo assault incident exposes lack of flying etiquette in India; getting both sides of the story equally important
The ugly incident at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in New Delhi where a passenger was beaten up by IndiGo staff is just another indication of the absence of flying etiquette in the country.
The minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha condemned the Indigo airlines incident and said the government has sought a report from the airline.
IndiGo denies canceling flights due to engine failure, says grounding of Airbus A320 Neo planes was scheduled in June
The Inter-Globe Aviation-run budget carrier IndiGo airlines on Friday refuted the media reports claiming the airline had to cancel 84 flights due to engine failure in its Airbus A320 NEO aircraft
Ghosh said that over the past decade, a significant domestic network has been created which gives confidence to build a world-class international airline
In operating metrics in FY15 of the Indian airline industry, IndiGo was the most efficient while Air India was the least efficient