Time Warner's shares surge after reports of its acquisition by AT&T for $86 billion
The deal will merge AT&T’s wireless, broadband and satellite TV brands with Time Warner’s entertainment offerings like TNT, CNN and HBO.
The big news: JeM militants, suspected Pakistani spy arrested in Kashmir, and 9 other top stories
MNS said they will not oppose 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' release, and Varun Gandhi will take legal action after letter to PMO accused him of leaking defence secrets.
ATM security breach: Economic affairs secretary asks people to not panic, promises swift action
The Centre's cyber security watchdog had reportedly warned banks on October 7 against 'targeted attacks from Pakistan' following the Army's surgical strikes.
On the money
Will 2016-'17 be a record year for Indian selling stakes in public sector units?
The government has not so far managed to realise big money from disinvestment. But this year may be different.
Britain cannot bank on India for post-Brexit business
The two countries may be linked by colonial ties, but India is intent on forging a new relationship based on in its own interests.
First time in five years, profits of public sector units fell in 2015
Government-owned companies contributed Rs 20,000 crore less to the exchequer in 2014-'15.
banking and finance
Indian banks have denied responsibility for the huge debit card data leak – leaving no one to blame
The RBI proposed that banks must compensate customers for fraudulent transactions but it also allows banks to hide details of security breaches from the public.
The business wrap: Jio offers limited to those who sign up by December 3, and 6 other top stories
The Finance Ministry sought details of the security breach in ATM networks, and the Centre's new UDAN scheme aims to cap fares of one-hour flights at Rs 2,500.