Coronavirus Outbreak: Kiran Nadar paints gloomy forecast for India's art market, predicts possible drop in prices
Kiran Nadar says that a range of concerns face museums and players in the art world, including tighter liquidity, falling prices of artworks, and the slim chances of visitors returning to museums and galleries, even after the lockdown is over
Mukesh Ambani polevaults to 12th position as world's richest Indian with net worth of $59.4 bn after m-cap nears Rs 10 lakh cr
With Reliance Industries having overtaken British energy giant BP Plc to become the sixth-largest energy company in the world, the conglomerate is now valued at $138 billion
Mukesh Ambani is 13th richest on Forbes World's Billionaire list; Amazon founder Jeff Bezos retains top spot
Mukesh Ambani, 61, saw wealth soar from $40.1 billion in 2018 when he was placed 19th richest in the world, to $50 billion to be rank at 13th in 2019.
Promoters of three major tech firms together gain Rs 20,000 cr in 3 yrs; Azim Premji leads with Rs 10,115 cr earnings
It is to be noted that share buybacks accounted for 56.5 percent of the tech firm promoters' cash earnings during the three-year period, said the report.
Barclays Hurun India Rich List 2018: 163 ultra rich Delhiites have cumulative wealth of Rs 6,78,400 cr
Barclays Hurun India Rich List 2018 had 831 super-rich individuals, led by Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani with a networth of Rs 3.71 trillion
Asian Games 2018: Pranab Bardhan, Shibnath Sarkar bust myths around bridge and raise sport’s profile with gold
Welcome to bridge at the Asian Games 2018. There are no athlete buses waiting outside the venue, only really fancy cars. In retrospect, it is not surprising; the hall in which the bridge event is being conducted has a normal toilet, a VIP toilet and a super VIP toilet. There are millionaires at play here.
The hill temple PRO Talari Ravi said after offering prayers, the HCL chairman handed over the offering in the form of a cheque to TTD Executive Officer D Sambasiva Rao inside the shrine.
The titans on Forbes’ second annual list of the world’s richest in technology are worth a combined $892 billion, six per cent more than a year ago. Just over half of the 100 richest in tech are from the US, including eight of the top 10 richest on the list.
Jack Ma tops the Asian billionaires' list
This is the market driven not by demand and supply, but snob value, emotion and oneupmanship. Buying old houses in exclusive locations and tearing them down for gleaming new residences is one thing the rich love to do, as movie stars, business promoters and the super-rich converge on favoured zip codes.<br />
While there are some surprises, many of the usual names made it to the top 10 of the Forbes 100 Richest Indians list. Here's who made it.
Srikrishna is credited with establishing Infrastructure Services business and growing the Lifesciences & Healthcare business for HCL Technologies.<br />
HCL announced consolidated net profits during the quarter rose 5.7 percent on quarter was Rs 1,496 crore, higher than a CNBC- TV18 poll estimate of Rs 1,453 crore. Its revenue was up 2.8 percent at Rs 8,184 crore compared with the estimate of Rs 8,126 crore.
The company's consolidated net profit during the quarter rose 5.7 percent on quarter was Rs 1,496 crore, higher than a CNBC-TV18 poll estimate of Rs 1,453 crore. Its revenue was up 2.8 percent at Rs 8,184 crore compared with the estimate of Rs 8,126 crore.
CNBC-TV18 hosted the 9th edition of ‘India Business Leader Awards’ (IBLA) – Asia’s most renowned awards for Excellence in Leadership, presented by Omkar Realtors and Developers Pvt Ltd on Monday. The ceremony witnessed some of the most eminent names including Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Zia Mody, Shiv Nadar, Pratap Reddy, Vinod Rai, Satish Reddy, Kiran Kumar, Ashok Ganguly, Soli Sorabjee, N Chandra of TCS, R Balki, Krishnakumar Natrajan, CP Gurnani, MS Unnikrishnan , Anil Jain, Sam Pitroda, Piyush Goyal and Meera Sanyal among others.
India's tech and pharma leaders were the biggest wealth gainers in 2013 according to Bloomberg's list of the top 300 wealthiest individuals in the world.
Hurun Report included donations made by companies in which an individual had a significant share, by applying the percentage the individual has of the company on the donations.
The Rs 3,000 crore investments will be in new as well as existing initiatives of Shiv Nadar Foundation. The Foundation has so far directly benefited 15,000 students with an investment of over Rs 1,800 crore till March 2013 across various initiatives.
These management rumors could have been fueled after Nayar, vice-chairman and CEO of the company, sold 27 lakh equity shares amounting to Rs 134 crore on 7 June.