Articles by Debasree Purkayastha
Ogston, with 57% stake in company, does not state any reason for move.
Property prices increase 6.6% while average rents have fallen 0.4%.
Merger and Acquisition has fallen to its lowest since 2009, at the end of the half year in 2013.
Britain's ministry of energy slammed the idea of power cut in Britain despite energy regulator Ofgem's warning
Church Commissioners back bid to acquire 300 Royal Bank of Scotland branches.
The Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) has invited Malaysian investment Bank K&N Kenanga Holdings to start retail stockbroking operations in the country
UK’s third-largest mortgage lender plans to raise funds from market.
Reliance Capital said it has roped in Japanese financial powerhouses SumitomoMitsui Trust Bank and Nippon Life Insurance to boost its bid for a banking licence in India
The US has reclaimed the title as the most favoured location for FDI after a 12 years.
Britain's mobile advertising market forecast to grow by 90%.
European investment manager and TIAA-CREF to form real estate venture.
World's oldest financial institution says governments should take more central role in economic planning - and tackle public debt problem.
Australian mining giant's plan hit by volatile commodity prices and swelling debt costs.
Bank's decision follows similar moves by American competitors Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs.
Ofgem, Britain’s electricity and gas market regulator, plans to roll out a new payment system in December, 2013, to help people reduce their energy expense
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group to buy hedge fund administrators Butterfield Fulcrum in a bid to expand its business globally.
BC partners has agreed to buy German academic publisher Springer Science and Business Media from EQT and Government of Singapore Investment Corp. (GIC).
Ryanair, Europe's biggest low rate aircraft ordered for 175 Boeing 737-800 aircrafts at the Paris Air Show
Catchy and cute Dumb Ways to Die, the animated ad scores first position at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity
The number of people visiting shops in the UK has dropped by 0.7% in May from previous year, said a report published by trade group British Retail Consortium (BRC) and Springboard.