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The Indian Hotels Company Limited is a holding company. The Company is engaged in short-term accommodation activities, and restaurants and mobile food service activities. The Company is primarily engaged in the business of owning, operating and managing hotels, palaces and resorts. The Company's segments include Hoteliering and Others, which consists of air catering and investing activities. Its area of business includes Taj, Taj Safaris, Vivanta by Taj, The Gateway Hotel, Ginger, and Taj Trade and Transport. Its other areas of business include Taj Air. The Company has approximately 110 hotels in over 60 locations, including over 25 Ginger hotels across India, with an additional approximately 20 international hotels in the Maldives, Malaysia, Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Africa and the Middle East. Its subsidiaries include TIFCO Holdings Limited, KTC Hotels Limited, Lands End Properties Private Limited and Sheena Investments Private Limited.
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P. V. Ramana Murthy
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SoftBank Group Corp-backed Indian hospitality startup Oyo will rebrand Hooters Casino Hotel in Las Vegas in a deal that a source with knowledge of the matter said was worth $135 million.
SoftBank Group Corp-backed Indian hotel aggregator Oyo will rebrand a Hooters Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, a deal that a source with knowledge of the matter said was worth $135 million.
Indian hotel start-up Oyo said on Wednesday it will invest 300 million euros ($335.28 million) in its vacation home business, to expand its footprint in Europe.
Indian hotel start-up OYO, backed by Japan's SoftBank Group, expects revenue to more than treble every year for the next five years, as it expands locally and in international markets, a senior company executive said.
Indian hotel start-up OYO, backed by Japan's SoftBank Group, expects revenue to more than treble every year for the next five years, as it expands in India and international markets, a senior company executive said.
* THE INDIAN HOTELS COMPANY ANNOUNCES ITS FIRST TAJ IN SAUDI ARABIA Source text: http://bit.ly/2qAr4du Further company coverage:
* DORMAKABA AND INDIAN PARTNERS AGREE TO DISSOLVE DORSET KABA JOINT VENTURE
* DEC QUARTER CONSOL NET PROFIT 1.08 BILLION RUPEES VERSUS 929.8 MILLION RUPEES YEAR AGO
* Sept quarter consol loss 576.7 million rupees versus loss of 267.6 million rupees last year
* Says approved issue price of 75 rupees per share for the rights issue Source text: (http://bit.ly/2yi1P0Z) Further company coverage:
* Says approved appointment of Puneet Chhatwal as managing director and chief executive officer
* Gets shareholders' nod for appointment of N Chandrasekaran as director Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* Approves rights issue of equity shares to existing shareholders worth 15 billion rupees Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
* June quarter consol loss 249.6 million rupees versus loss of 1.69 billion rupees last year
* Seeks members' nod for private placement of NCDs up to an amount not exceeding 5 billion rupees
Rakesh Sarna, the managing director and chief executive of Indian Hotels Company Ltd , part of the Tata Group, resigned from the company on Friday.
* Profit in March quarter last year was INR 685.7 million as per IND-AS; total income INR 7.08 billion
* Says to consider scheme of amalgamation of Tifco Holdings Limited, wholly owned subsidiary, with company Source text for - (http://bit.ly/2qZB9Cu) Further company coverage:
Shapoor Mistry, the elder brother of former Tata Sons Chairman Cyrus Mistry, has resigned as a director of the board of Indian Hotels Co, the company said on Tuesday.
* Says to allot NCDs worth INR 2 billion Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:
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