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Friday, February 18, 2005
Adopt `connecting with the consumers' strategy, marketers told
CHENNAI, FEB. 17. Indian businesses should avoid the brand strategy of focussing on "product attributes and the value-price proposition" in which they will not be able to beat the multinational corporations, according to Erich Joachimsthaler, ...
Delphi-TVS unveils mega plans
CHENNAI, FEB. 17.The Rs. 300-crore Delphi-TVS, which makes rotary diesel fuel injection systems, today said it would take up the manufacture of common rail systems for high-speed direct injection diesel engines even while unveiling a Rs. ...
3 in race for SEBI chief's post
NEW DELHI, FEB. 17.India's Executive Director in the World Bank, C. M. Vasudev, and the Financial Sector Secretary, N. S. Sisodia, are among the front-runners for the post of SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India) Chairman, which falls ...
SBI to raise Rs. 4,000 crores
NEW DELHI, FEB. 17. State Bank of India is planning to raise Rs. 4,000 crores from the market in the next fiscal to meet its credit requirement. "We are examining the use of Rs. 3,000-4,000 crore extra capital next year. It could be raised as ...
Tata Steel mulls overseas listing
SINGAPORE, FEB. 17. Tata Steel is considering listing its shares in New York or London, but cannot say yet when a decision will be taken, the firm's Managing Director said on Thursday. "It is important, because as a global player it is good to ...
`Low cost' storage solution
BANGALORE, FEB. 17.Mirroring the trends that industry experts forecast at the MAIT Storage Conference, the world's biggest PC maker Dell and storage leader EMC have joined hands to offer an entry-level solution for small and medium companies ...
Citizen to open more stores
COIMBATORE: Following the success of its `First Citizen' showrooms, Citizen Watches India is seeking to open shop in Madurai and set up its second showroom in Chennai, its Managing Director, Hideaki Nakazaki, said here. In town recently to ...
Goodluck registers 7,000 .IN names
CHENNAI: Goodluck Domains, one of the accredited .IN Registrars, has registered more than 7,000 .IN names on Wednesday, the first day of registration for the general public. The Union Minister for Communications and Information Technology, ...
Escorts to issue preference shares
NEW DELHI: Escorts on Thursday announced its financial restructuring strategy under which it would offer preference shares to non-resident investors and increase its authorised share capital. The company will restructure its authorised share ...
Spanco pact with Aegis Communications
CHENNAI: Spanco Telesystems and Solutions has entered into an agreement with Aegis Communications group of the U.S., a worldwide transaction-based process outsourcing company, for its international call centre division. The alliance provides both ...
Pioneer Embroideries to buy Korean plant
CHENNAI: Pioneer Embroideries has finalised plans to acquire complete manufacturing facilities of a South Korean company for $3 million. The company is a player in embroidery, fabric and laces segment. The machinery, which is to arrive at Mumbai ...
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