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UK Financier Makes New Offer To Take Over Tata Steel Pension Scheme

The steelmaker is under pressure to end its obligations to the 15 billion pound ($18.4 billion) scheme as it is in merger talks with Germany's Thyssenkrupp, which is not prepared to take on Tata's UK pension obligations

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Tata Motors Launches Hexa At Rs 12L; Creates New SUV Segment

The Hexa, mounted on 2.2 liter diesel engine and being produced from Tata Motors' flagship Pune plant, comes in six variants - three each in manual and automatic options

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'There Are No Shortcuts To Success'

The first and the only women wrestler from India to win an Olympics medal, Sakshi Malik talks to BW | Businessworld’s Brij Pahwa on ‘the lessons that business leaders and young entrepreneurs can learn from an Olympian’

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PE Firm Warburg Buys Rs 820 Crore Stake In Indian Cinema Operator PVR

Affiliates of private equity firm Warburg Pincus have bought a 14 per cent stake in India's largest multiplex chain PVR Ltd for Rs 820 crore, PVR said on Wednesday

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Govt To Consider Apple Request For Investment Incentives With 'Open Mind', Says Ravi Shankar Prasad

India will consider Apple's request for incentives to invest in the country with an "open mind", Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said

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Debt Recovery Tribunal To Pronounce Verdict In Vijay Mallya Case On Thursday

The Debt Recovery Tribunal in Bengaluru will on Thursday pronounce its order on the pleas of SBI-led consortium of banks for recovery of over Rs 9,000 crore from beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya in the Kingfisher Airlines case

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Kolkata-Based Entrepreneur Likely To Acquire Sahara News Channels

The deal may not be a smooth one for Kaustuv Ray because of the restrictions imposed on Sahara by the Supreme Court, which is hearing a case related to Sahara chief Subrata Roy and their assets

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Microsoft's Satya Nadella Not Perturbed By Donald Trump On Job Creation

President-elect Donald Trump's stern warning to American companies for not doing enough to keep jobs in the US does not make Microsoft's India-born CEO Satya Nadella nervous as he is confident about the tech giant's role as a job creator

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Calling The Shots, Right

You got to know when to hold them, know when to fold them, know when to walk away, and know when to run,” crooned superstar country and western singer Kenny Rogers in 1978. In doing so, Rogers might just have inadvertently dispensed a priceless piece of advice to investors about the importance of making rational “selling” decisions

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‘We Plan To Grow The India Market’

Deborah Smith, global vice-president – HR & Talent Management, Kronos Inc. tells BW Businessworldha that the company’s global best practices were finding takers across clients in diverse sectors of India Inc.

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Connecting Directly With Customers

BW Businessworld catches up with Donovan Sung, director of Product Management and Product Marketing, Xiaomi Global, during his recent visit to India, to discuss the smartphone company’s marketing plans for the country

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A Warm Message For The Cold Winters

Timing is everything. Water heating solutions company Racold’s latest ad campaign titled #PowerOfHotShower is perfectly timed with winters this year

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Enthusiasm For Investing In India Drops To Three-year Low, Says PwC Survey

India features among top six for global executives when it comes to overall growth prospects over the next 12 months, but enthusiasm for investing in the country has dropped from three years ago, finds out a survey

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