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KPIT Cummins Info declares 35 %
CHENNAI: KPIT Cummins Info Systems has reported a net profit of Rs. 64.01 crore for the year ended March 31, 2008 against Rs. 45.74 crore in 2006-07. The company has maintained the dividend at 35 per cent. Net sales have risen to Rs. 480.44 ...
Yamaha launches super sports bike
CHENNAI: Yamaha Motor has announced the launch of all new Super Sports Yamaha YZF-R15. According to Tsutomu Mabuchi, CEO and Managing Director, with this launch Yamaha unleashed its strategic intent to offer superior products in India and was ...
BGR Energy Systems recommends 20 p.c.
CHENNAI: BGR Energy Systems has recommended a dividend of 20 per cent for the year ended March 31, 2008 on equity capital enlarged by the allotment of shares under the public offer. The company has reported a net profit of Rs. 84.44 crore ...
UST Global services for Hannaford Bros
CHENNAI: UST Gobal, engaged in providing IT services and solutions, has announced at the IDC CIO Summit that it was selected by Hannaford Bros Co., a subsidiary of Delhaize America, a global food retailing leader, to assist in software ...
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