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Opple forays into Indian market, aims Rs 450 cr sales in 3 yrs

China-based lighting solution providing firm Opple has forayed into the Indian market and is aiming to have a cumulative business of Rs 450 crore in the next three years.

The

Oracle's Ellison steps aside, co-CEOs Catz and Hurd take over

Larry Ellison, co-founder and leader of Oracle Corp for 37 years, stepped aside as chief executive officer on Thursday, to be replaced by co-CEOs Safra Catz and Mark Hurd, raising

Cogent invests Rs 200 crore in new plant

Cogent Glass inaugurated its plant on Thursday at Vemula village of Mahbubnagar district on the Hyderabad — Bangalore highway. The facility is spread over 30 acre and has

J&J invests Rs 400 cr in Telangana plant

Consumer products manufacturer Johnson & Johnson has set up in Telangana, what it calls its largest ever facility in the country, investing Rs 400 crore in the first phase.

Walmart to tap smaller cities in India with 50 stores in 5 yrs

Walmart, which had stalled its expansion due to restructuring after it broke up its tie-up with Bharti last year, is again gearing up to expand its footprint and plans to

Jet Airways to launch full services on JetKonnect

In a bid to take on competition from Tata-SIA's Vistara airline which is yet to start operations, Jet Airways today announced launch of full services even on its all-economy subsidiary

Alibaba in talks with Snapdeal to enter India: report

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is in talks with online retailer Snapdeal to enter India, a business daily newspaper reported on Thursday, citing two people aware of the development.

Alibaba, whose

Ikea roadmap: rollout @Rs 500 crore per store

Ikea, one of the largest furniture retailers in the world, plans to invest around Rs 500 crore each on 25 stores in the country in the next 10 years.

Printer makers offer services to improve margins

Printer makers have started to look at other avenues including managed services, document management solutions and end-to-end vertical solution delivery to improve their bottom lines. Profit margins in the

Apollo to acquire HMSL’s pharmacy chain for Rs146 cr

Apollo Hospitals will be acquiring pharmacy retail chain of Hetero Med Solutions (HMSL) at an overall consideration of Rs 146 crore.
The acquisition would be in the form of purchase

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    British Airways said it is in talks with Australia’s Qantas Airways about a potential merger, sending its shares soaring as it confirmed

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    Axis Communications introduces a network camera, AXIS Q1755, with HDTV performance in compliance with the SMPTE standard in resolution, colour

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    US carmaker General Motors on Tuesday said it has won J D Power Asia Pacific 2008 award for its two cars Chevrolet Spark and Aveo U-VA produced by

  • Volvo to temporarily shut production

    Volvo, the world’s second largest maker of trucks, will temporarily shut production of trucks and construction equipment in response to demand that

  • Jet, United Airlines to join hands

    Jet Airways will forge a frequent flyer partnership with the United Airlines, one of the largest international carriers based in the United States,

  • Dell not launching music player

    Dell has decided not to launch its ambitious digital music player tied to online entertainment software before the holidays, The Wall Street Journal

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    K Srinath Reddy
    President
    Public Health Foundation

    Personalised medicine has limited uses in terms of prediction of diseases, yet it can be helpful in drug targeting and finding out

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    KK Mohanty
    Managing director
    Gammon Infra

    Market situation has improved since the new government came to power. We expect the QIP issue to go through in two to three months.

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    Ajay Kapur
    Chief executive officer
    Ambuja Cements

    The company expects construction acitivity to pick up pace despite the challenging macro-economic conditions, considering the favourable announcements

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    Rajiv Lall
    Managing Director
    IDFC

    There is no clarity on why TAQA took the decision, though they have said there has been a change in priorities.


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