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Shareholder activism: Murthy, Infy management at loggerheads will hurt investors' wealth creation
Business

Shareholder activism: Murthy, Infy management at loggerheads will hurt investors' wealth creation

With Infosys management obliquely referring to Murthy and company as “activist shareholders” – it is clear that battlelines have been drawn

Maruti's Gujarat unit troubles far from over as LIC, MFs awaiting shareholders' decision
Corporate

Maruti's Gujarat unit troubles far from over as LIC, MFs awaiting shareholders' decision

LIC is yet to take a decision while mutual fund houses are divided on the issue

We are like that only: Why The Children Investment Fund's exit from Coal India matters
Corporate

We are like that only: Why The Children Investment Fund's exit from Coal India matters

It is very hard to change something here if you are a small minority

LIC takes to shareholder activism, voices concern over Cairn loan to parent Vedanta
Corporate

LIC takes to shareholder activism, voices concern over Cairn loan to parent Vedanta

Cairn India's $1.25 billion loan to parent Vedanta Resources has not gone down well with investors as it raises doubts on utilisation of cash reserves and several investors feel the move is not in the interest of minority investors.<br />

Message from Tata Motors' shareholder revolt: Don't mess with big investors
Corporate

Message from Tata Motors' shareholder revolt: Don't mess with big investors

When Tata Motors' shareholders defeated a resolution on directors pay, they showed that big institutional investors can be a check on management. It is not small retail investors who count

Why investors should vote against Sesa-Sterlite merger
Business

Why investors should vote against Sesa-Sterlite merger

The operational hurdles of Vedanta Aluminium and the additional debt of VAL and Cairn India would be a burden on Sesa Goa and Sterlite, which makes the proposal detrimental to minority shareholders of both the companies.

Why CIL price rollback is like robbing poor children
Business

Why CIL price rollback is like robbing poor children

TCI, the foreign investor that threatened Coal India with legal action for rolling back coal prices, is actually using a part of its profits to help children in poor countries.