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Senior employees hijack a publicly-owned institution in a daring heist as regulators and shareholders sleep!
Stock Holding Corporation of India (SHCIL) has always been viewed as a quasi-government company. Its shareholders are IDBI Bank, IFCI, SUUTI, the four government-owned insurance companies and ICICI Bank. You would expect at least minimal governance at SHCIL. Instead, its officials have...
Is it time to question whether Indian companies are borrowing too much, asks Shreedhar Kanetkar
Would you take a loan if you weren’t sure whether you could pay it off? Even if you owe nothing to anyone right now, can you say the same about the companies in your portfolio?
You may think there’s no need to worry about corporate debt. After all, as recently as six months ago, the...