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Anticipation for Katie Couric’s new syndicated talker is definitely strong: Her eponymous show has already been sold in more than 80% of the country. Katie, which is from Disney-ABC Domestic TV, will premiere in September 2012.
The one-hour daily talk show has been picked up in 55 of the country’s top 60 markets, including Minneapolis, Cleveland, St. Louis, Portland, San Antonio… Continue reading Katie Couric talker sold in more than 80 percent of U.S.
A benchmark index for Indian equities markets advanced 1.46 percent Monday, led by good buying support in energy and metal stocks as global crude oil price declined. The 30-share sensitive index (Sensex) of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), which opened in the red at 18,167.10 points, notched up gains within a few minutes of trading [...] Continue reading Sensex ends 1.46 percent higher
Automobile major Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) Tuesday reported a decline of 4.8 percent in its sales for February. “HMIL’s total sales for February 2011 stood at 52,007 units as against 54,610 units in February 2010, registering a decline of 4.8 percent,” the company said in a statement. Domestic sales picked up by 5.3 percent [...] Continue reading Hyundai’s February sales down 4.8 percent
India’s Bank of Baroda has recorded a whopping 120 percent growth in credit in Trinidad and Tobago. The bank also recorded a 75 percent growth in total business in a matter of ten months of the current financial year, Yesh Pal Chhabra, managing director, told IANS. Chhabra, who took over the reins of the Bank [...] Continue reading Indian bank clocks 120 percent growth in Trinidad and Tobago
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Wednesday conceded that inflation has been a problem for India in recent weeks, but should come down to around seven percent by year-end. “Inflation and food inflation in particular has been a problem,” Manmohan Singh said at an interaction with editors of the electronic media. But by year-end, “inflation rate should [...] Continue reading Inflation should be down to seven percent: PM