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In the 3 months through June, operating profit from Siemens\'s 4 businesses Industry, Energy, Healthcare and Infrastructure & Cities rose 37%.
It was the biggest fine to date for such violations and the largest ever US fine against a European bank.
After at least two years of study, Amazon is ramping up efforts to offer repair, installation and other services online.
Obama said the vote to file a lawsuit is taking away from time the lawmakers could be spending on issues important to the American people.
The G7 condemned the tragic downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 allegedly by pro-Russia rebels and the deaths of 298 innocent civilians.
Edward Snowden completes one year of political asylum in Russia continuing to live a life shrouded in mystery and little public appearances.
\"Up to now we have managed to recover 35 bodies. But there are more\" to be found, Red Crescent spokesman Mohamed al-Misrati said.
The IMF said in its report that changing growth patterns could slow global growth by as much as 2.0 per cent.
Yum Brands Inc., in a filing with the US securities regulator, gave no financial details and said it was too early to know when sales might rebound.
Nomura\'s April-June results released on Tuesday showed a pullback in earnings, with net profit down year-on-year for the second straight quarter.
A statement the Fed issued signaled that it wants to see further improvement before it starts raising its key short-term interest rate.
Economy Minister stuck firmly to the government line, repeatedly denigrating the holdouts as \"vultures\" after two days of intense negotiations.
Skymark\'s Tokyo-listed shares plunged in the wake of Airbus announcement, wiping out a quarter of its market value in just two sessions.
Tracking the momentum, the 50-share Nifty index was also trading in a range with a negative bias, weighed down by losses in IT, Power, auto and banking stocks.
Employment growing at double the rate of population: Economic censusThe number of employed persons in the country grew by 34.35% to 12.77 crore in eight years to 2013, according to the Sixth Economic
Analysts polled by ET Now were anticipating a net profit of Rs 1,611.90 crore for the quarter ended June 30. It reported a net profit of Rs 1,624 crore during the same period last year.
3 men who matter most in Amazon India | View: India has moved into big leagueMeet Amit Agarwal, the person Kishore Biyani tried to hire, is leading Amazon’s charge for market leadership in India.
Asian markets extended their recent uptrend on Thursday after US data showed the world\'s top economy grew much more than expected in the second quarter.
The oil market mostly shrugged off better-than-expected official US gross domestic product and stockpiles data.
ET Now spoke to various experts and here\'s what they have to recommend for today\'s trade.
HCL Technologies Q4 net profit up 13% at Rs 1834 crore\"HCL continues to demonstrate its ability to navigate the dynamic economic environment and grow profitably,\" said Shiv Nadar, Chairman HCL
Indian markets are expected to trade in a range. Here is a list of eighteen stocks which are likely to be in focus today.
The market may remain volatile as traders roll over positions in the F&O segment from July 2014 series to August 2014 series.
Rallis has consistently posted an RoCE above 25% in the past 6 years. Its debt-to-equity ratio was below 0.1, while the dividend paid was.Rs 2.4 per share.
FTIL holds 5 per cent in MCX after having recently divested 21% to Kotak group, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala and a few other investors.