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Jains to buy out Asia Online stake in India Domain
INDIA Domain, a Hyderabad-based company engaged in e-business solutions covering a wide gamut of applications, has decided to buy back equity from Asia Online which had earlier acquired a majority stake in the company. Mr Prashant Jain, ... More


Reliance Ind, Petro boards fix merger swap at 1:11
THE boards of directors of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and Reliance Petroleum Ltd (RPL) today approved a scheme of amalgamation of the two companies at a swap ratio of one RIL share for every 11 RPL shares held. The merger is effective ... More

RIL shareholders to gain
THE merger ratio of one share in Reliance Industries for 11 shares in Reliance Petroleum appears to be skewed in favour of Reliance Industries' shareholders. There is no doubt that they stand to gain tremendously as they will be acquiring a ... More


Aptech to consolidate overseas operations -- Plans Rs 10-cr expansion
INFOTECH training major Aptech Ltd is planning to consolidate and expand its overseas operations. The company, as part of its two-pronged strategy, has already established presence in 52 countries in seven different regions where it plans to ... More


Sea View forays into UK market
THE Technopark-based Sea View Support Systems Ltd is foraying into the UK medical transcription market on the back of an agreement with DictaScribe Ltd based there. Sea View Support Systems, a member of Softex Group, is engaged in medical, ... More


Shri Shakti gets set for turnaround
`Exemption of expenditure tax on room rents not exceeding Rs 3,000 will help us a lot. Secondly, as against the earlier practice of imposing expenditure tax on anything sold in the hotel, it is now restricted to the room rent.' More


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    Amway angling for Rs 700-cr turnover
    AMWAY India Enterprises, the wholly-owned subsidiary of direct selling major Amway Corporation of the US, has targeted a turnover of Rs 700 crore during its current accounting year ending August 31, 2002. During the previous 12 months ended ... More

    Aithent bullish on selling services as products
    HE is perhaps the only Indian CEO who can read, write and speak Japanese, but Mr N. Venu Gopal of Aithent Technologies wants to go down in India's infotech history for reasons more than his linguistic skills. So he is building Aithent ... More


    Hero Honda redeems investments
    HERO Honda Motors Ltd has exited from virtually all its market investments as part of its efforts to cut "risky investments'' and raise more cash for a bumper dividend payout next week, according to a top company official. "All that we have as ... More


    `Ford is my passion'
    "I have never felt the need to change," says David Friedman, President and Managing Director, Ford India. He has been with Ford Motors for 15 years, the one and only organisation that he has worked for in his career. A profile by Rasheeda Bhagat< /B>. More
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