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Aug 02, 2017
Snapdeal merger: Early investor Kenneth Glass backs Kunal Bahl's decision to call off talks"Ten years ago, I believed in Kunal and Rohit's vision to create a successful company in India and was excited to be their very first investor," Glass wrote in an email.
Jun 23, 2017
Azim Premji's investment arm objects to special payouts to Snapdeal founders, 2 shareholdersWipro's family office has objected to special payments to two of its co-founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal and two early investors
Apr 13, 2017
Snapdeal has planned 12-15 percent hike to reassure employees about futureE-commerce major Snapdeal will shell out an average pay hike of 12-15% as it looks to assure employees amid the online marketplace scouting for a potential buyer.
Apr 05, 2017
Snapdeal board weighs sale to Flipkart; Softbank appoints 2nd directorSoftBank is the largest shareholder in Snapdeal.
Feb 08, 2017
Ratan Tata to return to startups 'with greater vigour'; may have already invested in YourStoryRatan Tata said the last five months had forced him into the older mould, but that he longed to be back among the startup community
Nov 04, 2015
Ratan Tata invests in Sabse Technologies, founder Sabeer Bhatia 'delighted'Tata, who served as chairman of Tata Sons for over two decades until his retirement in 2012, has also joined some venture capital funds as advisor, including Kalaari Capital and Jungle Ventures in the past year.
Apr 27, 2015
Snapdeal to Xiaomi: With eight fundings in 8 months, Ratan Tata is redefining retirementArray
Jul 16, 2014
Online furniture seller Urban Ladder raises Rs 120 cr in second round of fundingUrban Ladder was launched in July 2012 by IIT and IIM graduates Ashish Goel and Rajeev Srivatsa and provides furniture solutions in seven Indian cities.
Sep 28, 2012
Venture capital firm Kalaari Capital closes $150 mn fundVenture capital firm Kalaari Capital today said it has closed a $150 million fund, which will be invested in areas like software products and services, e-commerce, mobile and telecom services, education and healthcare.