Vodafone Idea issues clarification: No proposal from Google on investment, says telecom major; evaluating various opportunities
Vodafone Idea said currently there is no proposal as reported by the media that is being considered at the Board
Roula Khalaf, first woman editor at Financial Times in 131 years, creates history: Occasion indicates rise at workplace for women still rare
A slew of surveys reveals India's low ranking in gender parity and inclusion irrespective of government policies that mandate more women at the workplace
Financial Times picks first female editor Roula Khalaf in daily's 131-year-old history; chosen for her 'sound judgment, integrity'
Before joining the FT in 1995, Khalaf worked at Forbes in New York and earned a master’s at Columbia University and graduated from Syracuse University.
Ness Wadia's arrest not to affect his position as director of board of companies, could lead to suspension of IPL team
Ness Wadia, one of India's richest men, is believed to have been on a skiing trip in Japan when he was caught
Murdoch, already an independent director of Tesla, has signaled he wants the job, the report claims.
Over 20 million people access Quartz each month, with half its audience based outside the US.
As India ups Britain on world stage, sourpuss daily writes obit of our democracy: Did you pick the wrong country, FT?
The crux is that we don't need lessons from Britain on how to conduct ourselves any more than we need reparations.
On demonetisation anniversary, Rahul Gandhi writes Modi has 'fatally wounded' Indian businesses: Top quotes from Congress VP's edit
The Congress vice-president also wrote an opinion piece in Britain's Financial Times newspaper on Tuesday, where he said demonetisation robbed the country of its economic prowess
Sri Lankan police on Friday found the body of a 24-year-old British journalist, Paul McClean, who is suspected to have been killed by a crocodile.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "grand gesture" of demonetisation has proved to be one of the most "disruptive experiments" in recent economic history.
An alleged scandal about Qatari princess which Financial Times, a British publication had broken out has been has been termed as fake
The services jobs that fintech and other startups will create are not because of any specific government programs.
If confirmed, the deal would be one of the largest in European technology to date and SoftBank's largest ever.
The loans to companies promoted by Mallya were sanctioned in 2004 to 2007 and those turned into bad loans in 2009.
This fraud can be understood a little more clearly when one realises that a bulk of the loans were taken against virtually non-existent collateral of meaningful value.
Is India losing the plot on Vijay Mallya, the failed airline entrepreneur who has lost some of his crown jewels in the booze business while trying to make Kingfisher fly long after it was time to say quits?
In the interview to FT, Mallya said he remains an Indian patriot who is “proud to fly the Indian flag”, but as the outcry around him continues, he is more than happy to stay safe in the UK.
In 2015, India was for the first time the leading country in the world for FDI, overtaking the US and China, the report said
An earlier report by the Financial Times indicated that Bill Gates had taken a strong stance supporting the FBI in the San Bernadino iPhone case. In a later interview with Bloomberg however, Bill Gates clarified that he was misunderstood and was disappointed by the report.
India is certainly catching the attention of global investors, especially in the backdrop of a severe (and likely to be prolonged) global slowdown phase