India’s data must be controlled and owned by Indian people -- and not by corporates, especially global corporations: Ambani.
Shapoorji Pallonji Group plans to seek about $1 billion by bringing outside investors into its solar unit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has sought Tata Sons Ltd.’s help to rescue struggling Jet Airways, sources say.
The surprise resignation of an Indian tech billionaire has pulled corporate India deeper into the #MeToo firestorm.
Talks still in their early stages and there’s no certainty they would result in a transaction.
Women managers and executives are in big demand in Asia, which makes keeping the ones you’ve got even more crucial.
Ajay Piramal’s finance group is firming up plans to raise sufficient capital through external commercial borrowings, bond markets.
Lakshmi Mittal’s Arcelor was chosen as preferred bidder for Essar Steel after going through multiple rounds of bidding for asset.
For Indian women, Twitter and Facebook offer a safe space to narrate their stories.
The fortunes of the two brothers at the helm of India’s wealthiest dynasty have grown apart -- to more than $40 billion apart.
Reliance Buys India Cable TV Operators to Bolster Digital Push
Plunging prices make India world’s top mobile-data user
Pressure Builds to Open Asia's All-Male Boardrooms to Women
Company negotiating with two investors who are conducting due diligence, company CEO Bill Barney said.
KM Birla, chairman of AB Group, said that his group is always looking to acquire companies in the U.S., Europe and India.
A surge in mobile-data demand worldwide has more and more people asking when they’ll get 5G on their phones.
ArcelorMittal Boosts Essar Steel Bid to $5.8 Billion
Tycoon Pallonji Mistry is fighting a battle to Unlock $17 billion of his wealth in India.
Top-Performing Reliance Is Shaking Off Past Decade's Slumber
The company’s shares have surged 135 percent since it launched telecom services in 2016.
What a Mooted Chinese Wireless Mega-Merger Means for the 5G Race