Read news as it happens
Create a Rediffmail account
Subscribe via RSS
Why the Tata-Corus merger was doomed to fail
The Anglo-Dutch merger was meant to revive the ailing British Steel which had incurred a net loss of £81 million in the year ended March 31, 1999 The Corus group - born out of a deal between......
Tata Steel faces tough choices in Europe
Tata Steel last fortnight announced it has initiated talks with Geneva-based Klesch Group to sell its European long products business. The assets include Scunthorpe steelworks, an engineering......
Tata Corus: Crash, crisis and recovery effort
On Friday, Karl-Ulrich Khler, chief executive officer of Tata Steel's European operations, said their proposal to cut 900 jobs was part of a strategy to transform the company into an all-weather......
Tata Steel accepts $130-mn to settle UK plant loss
Tata Steel's arm here said it had got $130 million as final settlement from the consortium of global steel buyers which had prematurely terminated, in May 2009, a 10-year purchase contract.The......
Teesside case: Tribunal rules in Tata's favour
Tata Steel on Tuesday announced that a tribunal had given a partial final award in its favour in an ongoing arbitration proceeding between its UK operations (formerly Corus) and a four-member group......
bharatiya janata party
united progressive alliance
national democratic alliance
rashtriya swayamsevak sangh
central bureau of investigation
Top Coverage News
US Presidential Elections 2016
Coming to India and making
Success in manufacturing is not just about being cheap - cheap labour, cheap land, cheap power...
India, through the eye of a camera
Commonwealth Games - 2014
The defence coverage of Rediff.com
Office email App
© 2017 Rediff.com