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RBI intervention to mark latest company in Anil Ambani’s empire to collapse
Falguni Nayar’s success with Nykaa shows experience and a thick contact book are valuable assets to any new business
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Billionaires, venture capitalists and even the government are readying share sales
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Indian media group’s largest shareholder says terms of deal appear to favour founding family
Deal returns lossmaking carrier to original founders 68 years after it was nationalised
After leading US hedge fund’s 15-year fight against Argentina, Jay Newman is now taking on New Delhi
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Boss of ride-hailing company suggests ‘rule-of-law’ economy will lure investors
Accusations that companies are undermining the state are unlikely to help attract much-needed investment
Non-binding deal comes as India’s biggest listed media group faces shareholder revolt
Funding round doubles valuation of online car retailer to $2bn in less than a year
Telecoms venture avoids imminent collapse as decision to defer fee payments spurs sector
Lobbying intensifies as fate of Vodafone Idea rests in government’s hands
UK-based oil and energy group is working with New Delhi to expedite end of long-running dispute