Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Monday, Dec 30, 2002
Reliance stages grand entry with three mobile offers; plans to reach 90 per cent population
Qualcomm yet to pay Reliance Infocomm
BSNL, cell players to pick up the gauntlet
TRAI finalises guidelines for accounting separation
Remove tax sops to software after totalisation pacts: Kelkar
Goldstone picks up stake in US firm.
Branding will help IT companies stay ahead
WorldCom's net losses double
CDMA may not lure customers immediately.
Reliance WLL may kick off tariff war.
Top CIOs to converge at Nasscom 2003.
Subex may offer equity to Canada Bank again.
Hexaware up 15 per cent on order talk.
IBM mulls Linux for its PCs.
ER&DC seeks to play cyber-police role.
Vintron angles for product deals with Taiwanese firms.
IFC to invest $2 m in Dataquest.
TRAI clears revised Reliance tariff plan.
It was a learning experience as well as the longest holiday in 10 years: Arun Jain; board to discuss legal action against Artha Graha.
Padmasree Warrior to be Motorola CTO.
Big brands eat into assembler market; quality boosts consumer confidence.
Pramati to offer Web services.
Bluestar upbeat on new line of business.
Intel to fund 6 Wi-Fi ventures.
ilabs to acquire 2 firms.
You can't arrest Gates for Windows bug: Arun Jain.
Phaneesh Murthy reboots career with his first lady.
Strong rupee set to hurt cos' earnings.
Polaris officials get back passports.
Wilco develops messaging tools.
Court orders MS to bundle Java.
Notebook sales seen up 17.5 pc.
Apar acquires 3Genesis.
BSNL officers work more in protest.
Reliance makes bid for full mobility through CDMA.
Reliance Infocomm to set up plant for CDMA handsets.
Yahoo to buy Inktomi for $235 m.
Reliance, Tata Tele may mostly get new cell users.
Bharti may have to cough up Rs 500 crore on JT Mobile row.
Big names, huge pay lure away ITES staff.
TCS to recruit 5,000 in a year.
TCS to ratchet up China ops.
Reliance in Rs 2,500 crore deal with Samsung, LG for WLL sets.
21 per cent cell users keen to try WLL: IDC.
Bharti keeping fingers crossed on sub-sea cable; security nod for commercial use.
N.R.N. Murthy keen on expansion in W. Asia.
Goldstone plans preferential offer to promoters.
Dotcom founder bets comeback on data recovery.
TCS develops VAT software.
New Jersey senate okays BPO bill.
Polaris saga: not the first time; Infy, i-flex earlier examples of unhappy clients.
BPO centres seen 15 per cent overstaffed.
India to up spends by 24 per cent.
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