MEF meeting on Climate Change concluded in Washington with differences remaining on critical issues.
iPhone maker Apple Inc has appointed chip giant Intel's Bruce Sewell as a Senior Vice- President.
South Korean carmaker Hyundai Motor Co plans to produce a new model in India priced as low as $5,000.
BMW would not need to make more job cuts even if a second wave of the global financial crisis would hit,personnel chief Harald Krueger said.
Schneider Electric,a global energy management firm,said it has partnered Wipro for marketing its industrial automation solutions in the country.
Essar Oil,which is slated to begin producing gas from below coal seams by the year end,has seen reserves in its Raniganj CBM block in West Bengal raised by 44.7 pct.
RBI has adopted a business correspondence model to provide banking services to the people of remote areas where there is no banking outlet.
US believes WTO members must work hard to fill in the remaining gaps to clinch a Doha deal.
German luxury car maker Audi said it will start assembling its Sports Utility Vehicle Q5 in India by March next year.
World Bank president Robert Zoellick said that he'll press G-20 leaders at a summit this month for more aid to developing countries.
Stock markets extended losses for the third day with the barometer index shedding 83.73 pts.
South Korea's economy grew more strongly than expected in the second quarter.
RBI sets the minimum underwriting commitment at 1.39 billion rupees for each primary dealer.
Obama is to unveil his administration's trade policy agenda ahead G20 summit.
The govt aims to allow firms to identify oil exploration areas they want to drill from 2011.
A division bench of Delhi High Court issued a notice to the Centre asking it to file a reply on Cairn India's petition.
MTN wants to finalise merger talks with Bharti Airtel as soon as possible,a report has said.
The government will invite bids by this year-end for three mega projects worth around Rs 14,500 crore in the road sector.
Private sector telecom companies can finally bid to launch high-speed data and mobile offeringsbetter known as 3G,or third generation,serviceswith the government finally clearing the auction reserve price for pan-India spectrum at Rs 3,500 crore. An empowered group of ministers on Thursday approved a plan to allow what is known in industry circles as 4+1 slots. That is,four private operators in each circle,besides state-owned BSNL or MTNL,who have already been allotted spectrum and are only required to later match the highest bids.
Tata Communications,plans to set up data centers at Pune,Chennai and Delhi.