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May 19, 2019, 10.24 PM IST
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We do not want to be elitist in India: Dr Andreas Sennheiser, CEO,  Sennheiser Electronic

A big advantage is that because of our independence, we are 100 per cent self-financed and that means we can really focus on what customers need, said Dr Andreas Sennheiser.

Focused on profits, Sony to stay away from pricing war

Sony is the first large brand to acknowledge loss in sales due to Chinese brands in electronics.

GST confusion forcing companies to charge more on annual maintenance bills

In view of divergent rulings by AARs (Authority for Advance Rulings), some companies are charging higher rate (28%) even on annual maintenance services (18%) provided along with these products.

Samsung rapped for not passing GST benefits to consumers

The anti-profiteering body, which functions under the GST Council, has also sought documents of sales made by the company.

Samsung confident of $4-billion sales target on strong A series show

Sells 2 million units of A series smartphones within 40 days of March 1 launch.

Anchor by Panasonic plans 3 buyouts, unit in Andhra Pradesh

For the fiscal year 2018, the company clocked in revenues of Rs 3,410 crore with a net profit of Rs 614 crore.

Flipkart is ready with the tech stack to start lending

Flipkart, whose plans to enter into digital financial services had been in a limbo for some time, had worked with smaller fintech partners.

SHARP launches Innovative Air Purifier cum Humidifier ‘KC-G40M’ in India

The state-of-the-art Air Purifier & Humidifier combo manages humidity, reduces allergic symptoms and saves on electricity at the same time

Delayed summer keeps appliance companies like LG, Samsung in cold

Godrej Appliances business head Kamal Nandi said there is price aggression among brands because of depressed demand.

LG to drive 5 star AC sales; targeting 40% growth in 2019

LG to drive 5 star AC sales; targeting 40% growth in 2019

This strategy is also going to boost the company’s value share in the Indian market where it wants to attain value leadership this year.

Apple will hang up on older models, small stores to retain premium edge

Apple will hang up on older models, small stores to retain premium edge

Apple is set to stop selling iPhone 6 and 6 Plus here. Also, entry prices are set to jump by a few thousands.

Titan ties up with American watchmaker FTS

Titan ties up with American watchmaker FTS

As part of the partnership, Titan will further extend its support to FTS by supplying quartz movement kits and training the US engineers.

Hero Electronix sets up semiconductor chip design centre in Bengaluru

Hero Electronix sets up semiconductor chip design centre in Bengaluru

The Bengaluru centre will work in close association with Tessolve's other design centres to develop innovative chip solutions across verticals.

Voltas to invest over Rs 500 cr to set up plant in Tirupati

Voltas to invest over Rs 500 cr to set up plant in Tirupati

Voltas said it aims to create technologically advanced products which are expected to start rolling out from the second half of 2020.

Budget 2019: Consumer electronics industry expects double digit growth rate next fiscal

Budget 2019: Consumer electronics industry expects double digit growth rate next fiscal

Avneet Singh Marwah, CEO at Super Plastronics, the licensee for Thomson and Kodak TV brands, said whenever disposable income grows, especially in rural population, there is a surge in white goods demand.

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Company NameLatestChange%ChangeVolume
AKG Accoustics (India) Ltd.0000
Bharat Electronics91.952.73.036984898
Asian Electronics3.5-0.15-4.113126
Nova Electro Magnetics Ltd.0000
Samtel Color0.2006880
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