As Ramco Cements shares rally, promoter PR Venketrama Raja-led entity Sri Vishnu Shankar Mill sells shares worth Rs.103 million
These companies have been ranked based on their stock's excess return over the Sensex for a five-year period
Kumar Mangalam Birla trims his holding in UltraTech as the stock nears its yearly high
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code is looking like a circus at this point, but it seems to be the only way to get both banks and unscrupulous promoters to behave
After consolidating its position in the South and East, Dalmia Bharat is snapping up distressed assets to gain a national footprint
Bengaluru-based Machinup helps your manufacturing equipment increase its productivity while reducing your cost via AI
UltraTech Cement promoter entity cashes in on the euphoria around cement stocks
Post demonetisation, mid-cap cement stocks look poised to recover lost ground
Dalmia Cement promoter entity cements holding as stock heads north
Shree Cement has had spectacular success in the North. Can it conquer the South and East?
India Cements' stock price has more than doubled over the past year
Vinay Paharia puts the diverse and varied lessons from each of his previous associations to good use at the schemes he manages
While his debut was at a less-than-auspicious time, Pankaj Tibrewal has made the most of the opportunities that have come his way
Sohini Andani is happier being an underperformer than an outperformer during unsubstantiated rallies, and with good reason
Jigar Shah of Kim Eng Securities is betting on Dalmia Bharat to make the most of growing demand for cement in the northeast
If weak demand equals higher bottomline, strong demand equals what?
UltraTech will have to up the ante in its bid to retain supremacy over the domestic cement market
Companies aren’t sure about going ahead with capex plans or making new hires as they grapple with declining sales
Overcapacity in cement and a crash in dal prices bring the slowdown home to Gulbarga
The Indian Premier League looks on increasingly shaky ground. Is this the beginning of the end?
From its legendary Bharti deal that put India on the private equity map to making dud investments that eroded 90% in value, Warburg Pincus has seen it all. Now, can it regain its mojo?
While investors are enamoured, analysts feel valuations are looking stretched