Sumit Chaturvedi is business journalist in WION. He reports on cars, bikes, aircraft and their companies.
On the first day of the third week of February, the stock markets today are once again at record high levels
Budget proposals and the absence of any negative news globally have given another booster dose of optimism to investors.
Partnership with foreign players is nothing new for India's Hero Motors which is the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles and scooters.
The SP group that holds over 18.4 percent stake in Tata sons worth over one lakh crore rupees will now possibly sell their stake and move out of the holding company of Tata group firms.
The road ahead for Harley Davidson is filled with the potholes of reduced demand for premium bikes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and cut-throat competition.
India's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki has sold 57,428 units last month, in comparison to 1, 24,708 units sold in the year-ago month.
The recovery in China has come earlier than many other big global economies, and hence, the best market for Chinese goods now is China itself.
Arvind Panagariya, renowned economist and former vice chairman of a policy think tank of the Indian government, spoke on a number of issues concerning the economy
Under the schemes announced by various carmakers, customers can take the online demonstration of their favourite set of wheels, book and pay online before getting the delivery at their doorstep…
Here's how various sectors plan to handle the post-COVID-19 lockdown situation in a different way
The global crude prices recently witnessed a historic fall with crude futures trading in negative for the first time.
The confusion has multiplied with many fliers making bookings through travel agents or online travel portals
From low-cost pocket-friendly carriers to full-service airlines, no one in the aviation world was prepared for a global crisis of this scale.
India's auto sector has offered to help the administration and health workers in tackling the outbreak
Leading companies in India have assured employees through statements that they will be taken care of financially while the lockdown continues.