Industry-The Economic Times 8 April 2018

Bank silent on Deepak Kochhar’s dealings with Videocon’s Dhoot

Deepak Kochhar said he knew the Dhoot family socially, but did not inform his wife about his dealings till the partnership broke up.

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Coal India talks with union leaders on private mining fail

INTUC, which had so far kept away, has also joined the strike called by CITU, BMS, HMS and AITUC. These five represent almost the entire workforce of the company.

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TOI’s #NoConditionsApply Shindoor Khela campaign bags 13 metals at Goafest

The Social Street was the agency of the year with 17 metals in an event skipped by agencies like O&M, JWT, McCann, Taproot Dentsu and Publicis.

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Binani Industries to move Supreme Court with Rs 7,618 crore offer

"We are moving the Supreme Court for sure. We have assurance of support from most of the lenders for this move," a Binani group spokesman told PTI.

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ICICI may mull road ahead for CEO Chanda Kochhar

To be sure, the board continues to back Chanda Kochhar and any decision on the future of her position still remains with her, the people said.

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Binani lenders decide to back UltraTech if it gets SC go-ahead

At a meeting on Saturday, lenders decided to give their consent to settle their debt with Binani Industries provided it is approved by the top court, an official said.

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HDFC in talks to buy Apollo Munich insurance for Rs 1,000 crore

Apollo Munich is a joint venture between Chennai-based Apollo Hospitals promoted by Prathap C Reddy and his family and Munich Re.

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CEOs live it up closer to workplace

Many CEOs are showing preparedness to move beyond their established comfort zone of south Mumbai, which refers roughly to the stretch from Cuffe Parade to Mahim.

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Experts differ on JSW Steel’s monopoly if it acquires Essar

Analysts compare the situation with ArcelorMittal’s market share of more than 83% in the cold rolled steel space in Italy after its recent acquisition of Ilva.

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Switzerland’s SAC shows interest in bidding for state-run Air India

Established in 2005, SAC is a provider of full aviation services. It serves private owners, financial institutions and airline communities.

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PM Narendra Modi turns down Piyush Goyal's plan to turn CST into museum: Sources

The terminal was built over 10 years, starting in 1878. It was designed on the late medieval Italian models and it was elevated to the status of a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2004.

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Tata Chemicals to acquire Allied Silica for Rs 123 crore

The acquisition is a part of the Rs 295 crore investment approved by the Board in February last year, towards this specialty business, the company said.

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Narayana Health unveils latest cancer radiation therapy technology Versa HD

Developed by Swedish company Elekta, 'Versa HD' as it is known, has the versatility to deliver conventional radiotherapy and a variety of indications and treatment techniques.

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Indian investors concerned about data, confidentiality breach by investment adviser: Survey

According to a survey, 71% of Indian investors trust the financial services industry, compared to 44% globally and 49% in the Asia Pacific region.

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Brahmins Group diversify into luxury pen segment

Brahmins has set up a new company Hexagon Insights in association with renowned pen turner Ron Caddy of Acron Crafts in the UK for making hand crafted luxury pens.

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