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The tobacco giant, which makes Lucky Strike and Dunhill, wants to double the number of countries where it sells vaping products. Yesterday, it announced a 9.8 per cent rise in profits.
The department stores will order more dishes from caterers, with kitchen staff now assembling meals rather than cooking them from scratch.
Diamond - who quit his old job over the Libor scandal - has teamed up with Greek financier Anthimos Thomopoulos to buy Credicom, the Greek consumer finance arm of Crédit Agricole.
Chief executive Ivan Glasenberg, 60, said shareholders could now be in line for a further reward, with extra cash available for deals or dividends.
Masaba Gupta, 28, who was born after Richards had a relationship with Bollywood actress Neena Gupta, used her sporting pedigree to design an athleisure range including crop tops and accessories.
Rising oil prices mean people are driving less so they have less need for car maintenance, the broker said. Meanwhile, cyclists are not replacing their bikes as often as they used to.
It is going to be tough for domestic steel companies to maintain their toplines in coming quarters. With local demand for the industrial commodity not picking up on expected lines and government prote
Here's why the opportunity in Brazil's bond market is starting to shrink. The time is now.
The Budget announcements have reduced the incentives for property investments
Telenor's Indian adventure had too many risky calls
The spate of consolidation in telecom sector could lead to job redundancies over the next two years
Gaming giant Activision Blizzard‘s stock has rallied by almost 60% in the last year following strong results in all four quarters of the last fiscal year. The company’s performance was particularly im
Reports suggest that Facebook’s is in talks with Major League Baseball to live stream one game per week on its platform. Both Facebook and Twitter are looking at live sports as a key catalyst to drive
Funds raised by listed firms through preferential allotment stood at Rs 37,900 crore
Randy Swan: In 1997 I designed and created the Swan Defined Risk Strategy (DRS) to manage risk directly using options to hedge out most of the market risk. Philosophically, we don't believe in market
The 50-share NSE Nifty too ended higher by 12.60 points
Sensex closed at 28,893, just 107 points shy of the target
An integrated oil major: Possible scenarios
London's top-flight index swung into the red as investors took a dim view of Barclays despite the banking giant posting a significant surge in profits.
India Inc is increasingly opting for the 'tender route' buyback instead of the traditional 'open market' route. Between 2006 and 2014, nearly 80 per cent of the buybacks were done through the 'open ma
Why is Sina selling off despite stellar earnings?
They may be wary of upsetting companies that bring in business in other ways: expert
Recent moves by the Securities and Exchange Commission serve as a reminder that non-GAAP corporate results should be digested with a grain of salt.
Einstein said that compound interest was the eighth wonder of the world. Find out why this should matters to you.
One of the reasons why the Street was sceptic about smaller non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) was whether their stocks were getting rerating ahead of fundamentals. The note ban period between Nove
CESC has seen its share price almost doubled in past one year from lows of Rs 421.70 in last February, or rise over 25 per cent in the last one month, to Rs 856.20. Improving prospects in the business
Even RJio’s $20-25 b investment doesn’t seem to cut ice; competition to weigh
The Centre’s move to divest 5 per cent stake in BEL (earlier Bharat Electronics), out of its overall shareholding of 74.41 per cent, received an overwhelming response with the issue getting oversub..
UltraTech, Shree Cement and India Cement, among others, gain 3-8%
‘MRF, 6 others can pay dividends of over ?100 a share’
The increase in rubber production continues and the production of natural rubber (NR) in January shows an increase of 26.93 per cent as compared to the same period last year. January production s...
Even as the latest projection places Indian pepper production in 2017 much below earlier estimates, spot pepper prices in the country have fallen by ?7,700 a quintal in five weeks. The spot prices...
Yesterday, our analysts parsed 56 filings and collected 7,941 data points. In total, they made 1,335 adjustments with a dollar value of $351 billion. In particular, analyst Hunter Gray found an unusua

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