How Bharti Airtel's Sunil Mittal was once in financial crisis for the want of Rs 5000
Mittal narrated how he then approached Brijmohan Lall M...
Airtel said to plan paring $4.6 billion of debt in three years
S&P Global Ratings put a negative outlook on Airtel’s BBB- rating on May 3 aft...
Airtel's rushed Africa entry was a mistake that took many years to fix, admits Sunil Mittal
Mittal admitted that a big decision in 2010 was ‘...
Sunil Mittal asks Asia’s regulators to cut spectrum prices
Spectrum prices and availability as well as levies should be taken care of by regu...
Mittal is the second of three sons of a politician, Sat Pal Mittal, member of Parliament from Ludhiana. He is married and has three children. A yoga and golf enthusiast, Mittal has been recognized for his outstanding contribution in the area of education for the underprivileged through Bharti Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Bharti Group.
Airtel Africa Q4 profit jumps to Rs 699 crore
The Sunil Mittal-led mobile carrier’s Africa revenue climbed 1.5% to Rs 4,971.3 crore.
Having such a long, free promotional period, decided by laws of the land in their favour, is unheard of: Sunil Mittal
"The long, free promo period such as Jio had is not common. In Europe or US, it would have been stopped. It would have been seen as predatory," Mittal said.
Telcos wrote off up to $50 billion due to Reliance Jio: Sunil Mittal
Jio’s entry in September 2016 with free calls and data tariffs disrupted the Indian telecom space, forcing older telcos to dramatically drop tariffs.
Airtel to evaluate stake sale post Indus and Infratel merger
Airtel said that it took the decision after having received the recommendation from its Committee of Directors.
Disparities have grown significantly: Sunil Mittal
According to Sunil Mittal, being a philanthropic business is a "matter of heart" but it also means consumers view you more favourably.
Behind the scenes: When Sunil Mittal, Anil Ambani and India Inc top bosses hobnobbed at the ET Awards 2017
Most India Inc CEOs aspire to get the black invite embossed with The Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence.
Why Mukesh Ambani won't become India's lord of the rings
The tariff and data war unleashed by Jio is unlikely to dislodge Sunil Mittal’s Airtel off the perch in India’s telecom industry. A Goldman Sachs report explains why.
International Chamber of Commerce chief Sunil Mittal to promote UN’s goals
Mittal underlined the ICC’s commitment during his meeting with UN Secretary General António Guterres in New York on Thursday.
Reliance Jio’s foray making telcos to invest more in networks: Juniper's Rami Rahim
Telecom analysts including Bharti’s Sunil Mittal believe that country’s telecom sector would have four service providers including state-run (BSNL, bringing enormous sectoral growth potential.
Trai Chief hits back at telcos; says allegations of bias uncalled for
He said the regulator has framed the rules including that on predatory pricing following the principles of fairness, transparency and consultation.
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