The man who created India's first-ever budget
James Wilson was also behind the introduction of the income tax act, a move that led to much controversy.
Banking gains prod European shares higher
The pan-European STOXX 600 index rose 0.06 per cent, with banking stocks, rising 0.7 per cent.
Winsome group money trail leads to Macau
The money-trail on Winsome group is pointing towards Macau, the Las Vegas of Asia.
How PFC get record $5 demand against $1 bn offshore bond sale
his is the largest such issuance after the ruling combine came back to power with a bigger majority.
StanC loan to Featherlite hints lenders may open up to realty
Real estate developers have been facing a funding freeze owing to debt repayment worries.
Babul Supriyo: From playback singing to political heavyweight
Supriyo, who was elected to Lok Sabha from Asansol in West Bengal for a second term, took oath as a minister Thursday.
Adani Green to raise $500 million from offshore investors
The company completed global road shows last week in US, European and Asian countries to raise money for growth and refinancing.
Asia's billionaires develop taste for boutique wealth managers
The trend is getting a foothold in Asia at a time when the overall individual wealth is expanding.
Arcelor paying Rs 39,500 crore for Essar Steel and not Rs 42,000 cr: SCB counsel Kapil Sibal
Kapil Sibal argued that acceptance of Rs 39,500 crore as the bid amount by the Committee of Creditors (CoC) of Essar Steel, to which Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) was not part, is contrary to the undertaking given by ArcelorMittal to the Supreme Court.
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