The U. S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has confirmed that is it has banned the import of more Ranbaxy drugs into the U. S. market.
The FDA banned the products produced at Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd's Toansa, Punjab-based facility due to certain manufacturing violations.
The regulator said it prohibited certain pharmaceutical products from the Toansa facility to prevent poor quality quality products from reaching American consumers.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will likely keep its key interest rates steady when it meets later this month, a fresh poll conducted by Reuter suggested.
Of 50 economists, who took part in the poll, 45 said they expected the central bank to keep the repo rate unchanged at the meeting next week.
Most of the economists also said that the central bank would likely hold key interest rates steady until September this year, before cutting them by 25 basis points (bps) in the final quarter of 2014.
Stock in engineering giant Larsen & Toubro (L&T) gained nearly 3 per cent in early morning trade on Thursday, after the company reported higher-than-expected margins for the October-December quarter.
The largest engineering group of India reported an impressive year-on-year jump of 190 basis points in its ebitda margins, while adjusted margins climbed 160 basis points, thanks to higher revenues from the infrastructure segment.
Television audience measurement firm Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) is set to hit the market with its TV ratings in October this year.
On Tuesday, BARC announced that it had roped in French firm Mediametrie for key technology services and licensing for its proposed TV audience measurement system.
BARC Chairman Punit Goenka called the company's partnership with Mediametrie the first stride towards making BARC TV ratings a reality in the country. He added that they finalized Mediametrie after profound deliberation.
Global mobile advertising market will touch $18 billion next year and reach $41.9 billion by the year of 2017, according to research firm Gartner's fresh estimates.
In its latest report, released on Tuesday, Gartner said that growth in mobile ad spending would slow in the next few years because of faster growth in ad space inventory supply than demand, but improved market conditions would fuel growth from 2015 to 2017.
Reliance Industries Ltd's recently announced quarterly results have indicated that the conglomerate may soon start enjoying a rise its operating profit, according to CLSA and Goldman Sachs analysts.
The Mukesh Ambani-led conglomerate has been reporting a fall in its operating profit for the past couple of fiscals; but an analysis of its October-December quarter has hinted that the tide is turning.
Stock in Hindustan Zinc Ltd gained as much as 5 per cent in early morning trade on Tuesday, a day after the government approved a stake sale in the company.
The government owns a 29.5 per cent stake in the Hindustan Zinc, which is controlled by billionaire Anil Agarwal Vedanta Resources.
London-listed Vedanta gained the support of its shareholders in October last year to acquire the government's minority stakes in Hindustan Zinc as well as Bharat Aluminium Co for up to $3.48 billion.
The proposal to hike the quota of subsidised LPG (cooking gas) cylinders from 9 to 12 per household per year has been readied and may be placed before the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Monday, a senior official from the ministry of petroleum has revealed.
Requesting anonymity, the official said that the note might either come up before the CCEA on Monday or sometime later this week before the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs (CCPA).
The difficult days for Steel Authority of India (SAIL) have finally ended and the state-run steel giant is now on the path of growth, according to SAIL Chairman Chandreshwar Verma.
Mr. Verma on Sunday said that the future of SAIL was bright and the company had embarked upon an expansion project worth Rs 72 crore.
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