Jan 25, 2021By: Navdeep Yadav
Standalone profit-after-tax grew 20 percent, retail revenue shrank while Jio clocked its lowest user growth in 7 quarters
The Aditya Birla Group company board approved an investment of up to ₹5,000 crore over the next 3 years.
The company hiked its cars' prices by up to ₹20,000 to offset rising input costs and semiconductors.
The cash-strapped DHFL administrator has issued the Letter of Intent (LoI) to Piramal Enterprises.
The company has proposed to make payment of the interest within 30 days from the interest due date.
The chain raised ₹1,170 cr by allotting shares to buyers such as Goldman Sachs Singapore, BNP Paribas Funds and others.
The company will sell its entire shareholding in its non-operative subsidiary for a consideration of ₹30 crore.
The company has entered into a securities purchase agreement worth ₹133 crore in Uttar Pradesh.
The wholly-owned subsidiary received an order from NTPC to set up a 320 MW ground-mounted solar PV project.