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Apr 24, 2012
Mahindra Satyam, Tech Mahindra merger to take 8-9 monthsThe merger is expected to make the new entity India's fifth-largest IT company.
Apr 16, 2012
Can Mahindra compete outside home mkt with global acquisitions?Mahindrais now open to inorganic options in the tractor market anywhere in the world.
Mar 29, 2012
Corporate twitterati debates on Army chief's letter to PMThe Intelligence Bureau has started probe into leak of General VK Singh's recent letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Feb 08, 2012
No, Anand Mahindra, that ain't the truthIn the context of the 25,000 XUV 500s being booked, especially in the context of the 'groundbreaking' and 'clutterbreaking' ad, Anand Mahindra tripped up. Here's how..
Jan 10, 2012
India's growth rate will never fall below 6 percent: Anand MahindraThe main problem with the economy, he said, was moving from a 'threshold' performance level to outperformance.
Jan 09, 2012
Size doesn't matter, trust does: Anand MahindraMahindra said the group could easily settle for being the "most trusted brand in India and the world" than being "the richest".
Oct 19, 2011
Land wars: Anand Mahindra debates Medha PatkarThe Indian industry needs land, and farmers and tribals have it. India's leading industrialist and best known land rights activist face off over the most contentious issue of the day.
Oct 13, 2011
XUV 500: Acid test for Mahindra's global survivalThe new SUV is being launched in Australia, South Africa, Chile, Sri Lanka and parts of Western Europe, apart from India.Initial signs point to success: 5,000 orders in the first week have prompted a production ramp-up and delayed launches in other regions.
Sep 10, 2011
What crisis? Consumer retail bucks the trendFirstpost looks back at some of the deals that have taken place over the past two weeks by Corporate India.
Aug 18, 2011
India Inc weighs its words, mkt still to catch Hazare feverSo far, the stock markets have not reacted to the growing civil unrest in the country, but that could change in the coming days, depending on what turn the protests take.