Thomas Cook India paid Rs 14 cr for branding rights for India, Sri Lanka, Mauritius: Madhavan Menon
If we did not acquire the brand liquidators of Thomas Cook UK, somebody could try to enter this market post 2024 using that brand
Troubled YES Bank poised to outline crucial fund-raising plans
YES Bank is expected to name the investors and the amount of money they will c...
Thomas Cook India not part of brand's global sale to China's Fosun: CMD
Travel company, Thomas Cook, was sold to Chinese brand Fosun earlier ...
Thomas Cook India has option to buy 'Thomas Cook' brand: Offical
Thomas Cook India is a completely independent entity acquired by the Canada-based Fairfax Financial Holdings in August 2012 from Thomas Cook UK, which collapsed last month.
FAL Corp exits ICICI Lombard; sells stake worth Rs 2,627 crore
In recent months, FAL Corp has been trimming its stake in ICICI Lombard.
Thomas Cook collapse hits shares of Indian company it once owned
Thomas Cook India resorted to a communication blitz to clarify that the U.K. firm exited it 7 yrs ago.
Sterling Resorts expands presence in Kerala
Currently Sterling, a 100 % independently managed subsidiary of Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. (TCIL) has 36 resorts in India.
I see money coming into India left, right and centre: Prem Watsa
The government cannot create jobs, businesses create jobs, says Watsa.
No relation with Thomas Cook Plc, financial position strong: Thomas Cook India
TCIL has been independent since August 2012 when Thomas Cook Plc sold its entire stake to Fairfax Financial Holdings, its current majority shareholder based in Canada.
Karnataka Minister lauds Fairfax & Quess CEOs for adding new jobs
Quess added 50,000 plus jobs in the financial year 2018-19. The Bengaluru-headquartered Quess, a business services provider, is a subsidiary of Fairfax Financial Holdings.
India will be the No. 1 place in the world for FDI: Prem Watsa
Watsa says Fairfax Financial would double its investments in the country in the next five years.
Prem Watsa’s love affair: BlackBerry to bank
Fairfax promoter, with $5 billion India bet on airports to warehouses, eyes more buys.
Markets Mover: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Nifty futures on the Singapore Exchange were trading 50 points, or 0.45 per cent
Prem Watsa on PM Modi, elections and Fairfax’s India investments
Watsa believes the IPO of NSE has been delayed and is now expected sometime in 2020 or 2021.
We have no limits… other than doing well for our investors: Prem Watsa, Fairfax Financial Holdings
" I hope the people of India give Modi a majority government in 2019 and one more term later."
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