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May 31, 2011
Lanco Infra may log out of Andhra property businessThe company is keen to strengthen the resources division by acquiring coal mines. For that, it's destination Australia, for now.
May 30, 2011
Memo to CEOs: spend more time with your employeesA pioneering new study of how CEOs allocate their time yields some surprising results.
May 30, 2011
Switch is on, Sylvania lights up Havells' numbersThe upward revision of the price target shows the company is in for some stability on the margin front. A change in the product mix can work wonders.
May 18, 2011
Lost several nights of sleep, says Narayana MurthyThe company has outlined its strategy to grow the customer base and focus on becoming a business partner to its clients. Hence, the company has changed its name to 'Infosys Ltd' from 'Infosys Technlogies'. With $3.5-billion cash and cash equivalent, the company could look for strategic acquisitions.
May 17, 2011
AOL in a shopping frenzy, says no thanks to private equityGoing private can wait for AOL, at least for now. Its priority is a strategy to execute a turnaround. Retaining its independence is what counts for its CEO Tim Armstrong.
May 09, 2011
Well-oiled: Petrochem, retail & telecom give RIL hopeReliance Industries plans massive investment in petrochemicals, retail and digital services.
May 08, 2011
Godrej move on Mumbai redevelopment is welcomeGodrej Property plans to set up a special purpose vehicle for redeveloping land in Mumbai. Credible project developers will have to reassure existing inhabitants and then change the landscape of the city.
Apr 27, 2011
Wipro Q4 earnings: negative guidanceWipro reported a 4.3% sequential rise in the net profit to
Rs 1,375 for the quarter ended March 2011. However, many are concerned about the high attrition rate in the company which could hike employee costs.
Apr 20, 2011
L&T gets a makeover; restructures businessLarsen and Toubro will spin off its electrical and automation business as a subsidiary as part of restructuring. It appears that the company is taking a conscious decision to focus on construction and heavy engineering and exit manufacturing.