The Reserve Bank of India has told banks it will ensure comfortable liquidity in the banking system,Governor Duvvuri Subbarao said.
I-T Dept is independently probing the fraud in Satyam with focus on TDS and benami deals.
UTV Software Communications posted a 29 per cent rise in quarterly net profit,led by gains in television content and gaming.
In a bid to improve its relationship with its associates,Satyam is circulating a video message asking for support from associates.
Satyam promoted Maytas has emerged as the lowest bidder for the Bhutan hydropower project.
Dutch consumer electronics giant Philips said it would cut 6,000 jobs worldwide.
An influential Republican Senator has asked Microsoft to fire foreign workers hired on visas first.
Money raised through rights issues has climbed up marginally,SEBI has said.
Citigroup has sold Govt guaranteed bonds worth $12 bn,which will help the entity to boost its balance sheet.
The Government said that Satyam does not need its support to pay salaries to the company's employees.
Home Minister P Chidambaram called for more stimulus packages to ensure that aggregate demand remains high.
State Bank of India has posted Rs 2,478-crore net profit for the quarter ended December 31,2008 on standalone basis,compared with Rs 1,808.64-crore in the year-ago period.
L&T said that it would partner Atomic Energy of Canada for the marketing and manufacture of 1,000 mw nuclear reactors.
NetApp tops the list of the 100 best companies to work for,most of which have open positions and are hiring.
Bharti Airtel which has PwC as internal auditor said it would wait and watch the Satyam developments before taking any decision on parting ways.
Private sector lender Kotak Mahindra Bank on Thursday reported a 64 per cent decline in its profit after tax (PAT) at Rs 130.90 crore.
Construction firm Maytas Infra said on Thursday its account books were being probed by SFIO.
Hyundai posted a surprise 28 pct fall in quarterly profit hit by lower investment gains.
Sony said it may halt production at one Japanese TV plant,as it grapples with slide in demand.
Sony Corp will announce details of its restructuring plan this week amid internal company resistance to job cuts in Japan.