Australian arm of investment bank Goldman Sachs,may cut up to 5% of its workforce this year.
Tata Motors said the booking for Nano in India would begin as per schedule.
The year 2009 is set to be more difficult for the Indian economy ,economists at Moody's has said.
The country's top-10 firms lost over Rs 21,000 crore from their market capitalisation in February.
The Tata's Nano is on a pilgrimage across the country and will visit sacred sites of all religions.
Larsen & Toubro said it has bagged orders worth Rs 1,162 crore from different vendors.
In probably the last pre-poll bonanza,govt may cut diesel price by Rs 2/litre in a 'day-or-two'.
The government on Tuesday said households getting cooking gas through pipelines will have to surrender their LPG connections.
Maytas Infra,a company promoted by the tainted Raju family,on Tuesday touched its lower circuit.
Price Waterhouse has said that it resigned as statutory auditor of Satyam Computer Services Ltd.
The country's top 10 firms lost over Rs 63,000 crore from their market capitalisation last week.
As the financial woes mount in US,the number of failed American banks are climbing.
PM Singh is among the top world leaders who have been invited for the Second G20 Summit.
Sensex registered a fall of 8.22 per cent during the week under review.
The overall job scenario in the country has seen marginal improvement on month-on-month basis.
More than 21,000 employees at RBI began a one-day strike to protest against pension plans.
Kunal Dasgupta has quit SET at a time when it is trying to settle on-air sponsorship row with Indian Premier League.
Airtel says the company can continue to grow market share and is not worried by new entrants.
A day after handing over Satyam probe to CBI,the Government on Tuesday moved Company Law Board (CLB) to supercede the boards of Maytas Infra and Maytas Properties,the two firms promoted by the kin of disgraced promoter of Satyam Computer B Ramalinga Raju.
Global investors continued their flight from India-focused equity funds for the fourth week in a row.
Housing Development and Finance Corp. may cut lending rates if the cost of funds falls.
The Sensex on Tuesday tumbled by over 270 points on sustained selling pressure.
Nobody can do anything if someone is contemplating fraud,Sunil Mittal said on 'Satyam case'.
California,which is on the brink of running out of cash,will notify 20,000 state workers on Tuesday their jobs may be eliminated.
India's IT industry is facing an unprecedented crisis,Infosys Co-Chairman Nandan M Nilekani has said.
Public sector oil companies slashed jet fuel or ATF prices by 3.7 per cent,the tenth reduction since September.
The country's top 10 firms added over Rs 31,000 crore to their combined market valuation in the past week.
Indian stocks trading on US bourses witnessed a value erosion of 2.5 billion dollars in one week.
Billionaire businessmen Mukesh Ambani and Azim Premji will be meeting US President Barack Obama today.
Railways will invest Rs 2,30,000 crore during the 11th Plan period to improve its rolling stock.
India saw some improvement in transport by rail of steel during the months of Dec and Jan.
Satyam board expects to outline the bidding process in the next 10 days time,Karnik said.
Leaders of the Senate and House of Representative agreed on a $789.5-billion stimulus package.
The TSE benchmark Nikkei-225 index fell 186.27 points,or 2.34 per cent,to 7,759.67.
Inflation rate is forecast to have fallen to its lowest in over a year at the end of January.
Satyam Board will meet in Mumbai with further funding options and legal issues likely to top its agenda.