RBI asks Yes Bank's Rana Kapoor to step down in 4 months

While Yes Bank reported rapid growth over the last decade under Kapoor, the regulator pointed out discrepancies in the way the bank reported its bad loans

Japanese billionaire buys all tickets for SpaceX's moon trip

SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted that Yusaku would be "bringing eight (brave) artists and cultural figures with him on the journey around the moon”, but did not reveal the cost

Amazon to buy 49% in Aditya Birla's More retail chain in deal with Samara

The recent deals in Indian retail space, including the Walmart-Flipkart deal, are widely seen as the government’s green light for foreign retail giants to establish themselves in India’s $400-billion food and grocery market

UPA made terms of Rafale deal difficult for HAL: Sitharaman

While the UPA could not conclude a deal for Rafale fighters, Sitaraman said, it was also the UPA which made a deal between HAL and Dassault difficult as the two couldn't agree on production terms, Sitharaman said

US hikes tariffs on $200 bn of Chinese goods, Beijing hits back

China raised tariffs on $60 bn of US goods, bringing 5,207 types of US goods, including coffee, honey and industrial chemicals, under the tariff net as US slapped equal amount of duties on some 5,000 Chinese-made goods worth about $200 bn

India, US near deal to remove trade irritants: report

The current negotiations are aimed at removing sources of trade friction, and a trade deal is expected to benefit Indian farmers and US manufacturers of medical devices the most, says the report



Green energy storage prospects: India, China and the US

The three markets with the biggest potential for renewable energy storage – the US, China and India – are following different paths based on local realities, with India lagging because of lack of a clear policy framework and other factors, say Rabeha Kamaluddin, Phil Steger, and Chad Richards - partner and associates respectively at Dorsey & Whitney LLP

A journey of self discovery

Sudha Ramnath talks to Swetha Amit about her book Flight or Fright, a suspense thriller, the idea for which was triggered by the mysterious disappearence of Malaysian Airline's flight MH370

Migrating under entrepreneur programs can be big plus for SMEs

Migrating to foreign shores is almost a must for Indian small or medium enterprises, as it offers many advantages like fresh markets, ease of doing business, a buffer against domestic shocks, and not least, a better future for one’s kids, says Ajay Sharma, president of visa consultancy Abhinav Outsourcings