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Amid financial stress, McLeod Russel makes Board changes

In a regulatory filing submitted on Saturday evening, McLeod Russel said that its board decided to appoint Bhar as the CFO with immediate effect.

Mukesh Ambani keeps salary capped at Rs 15 cr for 11th yr in a row

Ambani has kept salary at Rs 15 crore since 2008-09, forgoing over Rs 24 crore per annum.

Five money lessons to learn from the Sacred Games

Set in Mumbai's seedy underworld, the Sacred Games series is about power politics and crime. But it also offers lessons that can help people handle their money better.

I-T cess disquiet spreads in India Inc's Csuite

The increase in effective tax rate to 43% for those earning Rs 5 crore and more has spread disquiet in India Inc's Csuite, raising the possibility of salary reviews, as the rise in tax will invariably push senior compensation levels higher with top talent demanding some offset, HR heads say. As per the latest records available, 144 executives of BSE 500 companies on average earned Rs 11.4 crore annually. Kala Vijayraghavan has more. (Text: ET Bureau)

L&T Chief AM Naik to guide Mindtree

Separately, the software services provider posted muted revenue growth in the first quarter of the current financial year amid the ongoing takeover by the engineering conglomerate

L&T boss AM Naik appointed as Mindtree non-executive Chairman

The move follows the construction major acquiring over 60 per cent stake in the Bengaluru-based IT company.

Learn & lead: Companies offer for women

More than 59% of over 300 companies said they run women-specific L&D programmes.

Sab Saath Badhein: Here’s the inspiring story of a company that is contributing to inclusive growth

Every time we hear the success stories of different brands, this is the question that tends to pop up. But there is one brand that has been a testament to creating larger value by empowering farmers, delighting consumers and preserving the environment, year on year.

RBI rejects proposed appointment of ex-interim CEO, other on Religare's board

In June, the company's group CEO Milind Narendra Patel had resigned from his post which he had assumed in August 2018, after stepping down of Ashok Mehta as the interim CEO.

Confidence of CEOs in India over global economy falls this year: KPMG

KPMG India's fifth annual CEO outlook report is based on the views received from 125 CEOs in the country, on their highest priority, opportunities and challenges.

Citi to extend health insurance, relocation expenses to all 'domestic partners'

Citigroup Inc has decided to extend family health insurance coverage and relocation expenses in India to all "domestic partners," including live-in partners and LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) partners. While a handful of overseas and Indian companies have recently extended similar benefits to LGBT employees, the New York headquartered investment bank and financial services corporation will be one of the first in the country to offer insurance cover to live-in or unmarried partners of heterosexual employees in its group insurance policy. Rica Bhattacharyya reports. (Text: ET Bureau)

Baba Ramdev offered 400 acres in Ausa taluka in Maharashtra's Latur at half the market rates

Baba Ramdev offered 400 acres in Ausa taluka in Maharashtra's Latur at half the market rates

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis’s letter says that the soybean processing unit will get farmers a good price

'Companies anticipating, adapting to changes to stay relevant'

'Companies anticipating, adapting to changes to stay relevant'

New regulatory policies, changing consumer preferences and rising competition among key reasons forcing firms to transform, say experts.

Citigroup embraces LGBT, live-in partners of its staff

Citigroup embraces LGBT, live-in partners of its staff

Bank extending health insurance coverage, relocation expenses to all 'domestic partners' in India.

Higher I-T cess leaves India Inc a worried lot

Higher I-T cess leaves India Inc a worried lot

Surcharge may widen max-minimum pay gap as cos loosen purse strings to retain talent.

Tata Sons mopping up $500 million via foreign loans

Tata Sons mopping up $500 million via foreign loans

The loan may be priced after adding 115 basis points over and above the London Interbank Offered Rate, a global benchmark gauge, said market sources. These loans would mature in three or four years.

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