Fatima Karan speaks to women of impact on their domain expertise as well as their insights on the road to success. The show is a platform for women to think big and connect on many levels.
July 22: Watch BTVi’s Fatima Karan talks to Sairee Chahal, Founder and CEO of Sheroes about her unconventional all-women squad that offers career opportunities to women.
July 15: Watch BTVi’s Fatima Karan in conversation with celebrity jewellery designer Farah Khan Ali on the importance of celebrity brand endorsements.
July 8: On this episode of Women Mean Business, Bharti Kher, Painter, Sculptor and Installation Artist shares her success story with BTVi's Fatima Karan.
July 1: On this episode of Women Mean Business, Swati Piramal, Chairperson at Piramal Enterprises shares her success story with BTVi's Fatima Karan.
June 24: On this episode of Women Mean Business, Shobhana Kamineni, President of CII shares her success story with BTVi's Fatima Karan.
June 16: On this episode of Women Mean Business, Fatima Karan of BTVi spoke to Shobhana Bhartia, Chairperson and Editorial Director at The Hindustan Times Group.
July 7: She rules the Box Office in India even and is the star of Quantico. She is also the villain in upcoming Baywatch. But Priyanka Chopra is more than just an award winning actor. In an exclusive conversation with Fatima Karan of Bloomberg TV India she talks about her Hollywood risks with Quantico and why she believes she can bring about a change in society.
March 15: Bloomgerg TV India's Fatima Karan is in a panel discussion with Lynne Anne Davis, President (APAC), Fleishmanhillard; Priya Nair, Executive Director, HUL; Farah Nathani Menzies, Godrej Industries; Zelma Lazarus, Founder Director & CEO, Impact and Fumbi Chima, Chief Information Officer, Bruberry.
February 29: Watch Bloomberg TV India’s Fatima Karan analysing the Budget 2016 with a power packed women panel comprising of Bharti Gupta Ramola, Markets and Industries Leader at PwC India, Dr. Shamika Ravi of Brookings India, Ameera Shah, CEO and MD, Metropolis Healthcare, Pushpa Bector, Executive Vice President of DLF Utilities Limited and Pratibha Jain, Partner, Nishith Desai.
ION EXCHANGE: Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Profit at Rs 7.3 Cr Vs Rs 8.1 Cr
Total Income at Rs 214 Cr Vs Rs 207 Cr
EBITDA at Rs 17.5 Cr Vs Rs 17.7 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 8.2% Vs 8.6%
EVEREST Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 0.4% at Rs 378 Cr Vs Rs 376.6 Cr
EBITDA up 29% at Rs 32.1 Cr Vs Rs 24.9 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 8.5% Vs 6.6%
Net Profit up 33% at Rs 22 Cr Vs Rs 17 Cr
SIYARAM SILK MILLS Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 13% at Rs 320.6 Cr Vs Rs 282.7 Cr
EBITDA up 11% at Rs 33.1Cr Vs Rs 29.9 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 10.3% Vs 10.6%
Net Profit up 26% at Rs 10.4 Cr Vs Rs 8.2 Cr
NESTLE Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 7% at Rs 2469 Cr Vs Rs 2301 Cr
EBITDA down 3% at Rs 466.6 Cr Vs Rs 482.6 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 18.8% Vs 20.8%
Net Profit up 10% at Rs 263.4 Cr Vs Rs 240.2 Cr
Other Income up 12% at Rs 412.3 Cr Vs Rs 367.5 Cr
MPHASIS: Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 2% at Rs 1535 Cr Vs Rs 1505 Cr
EBITDA down 3.4% at Rs 276 Cr Vs Rs 286 Cr
EBITDA Margin down 100 bps at 17.4% Vs 18.4%
Net Profit up 1.6% at Rs 187 Cr Vs Rs. 184 Cr
RADICO KHAITAN: Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 13.7% at Rs 1375 Cr Vs Rs 1209 Cr
EBITDA up 28% at Rs 67 Cr Vs Rs 52 Cr
EBITDA Margin up 60bps at 4.8% Vs 4.2%
Net Profit up 56% at Rs. 25 Cr Vs Rs. 16 Cr
HCL INFOSYSTEMS : Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales down 16% at Rs 685 Cr Vs Rs 823 Cr
EBITDA Loss at Rs 11 Cr Vs Loss Of Rs 12 Cr
AGRO TECH FOODS : Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales down 2.6% at Rs 187 Cr Vs Rs 192 Cr
EBITDA stable at Rs 14 Cr Vs Rs 14 Cr
EBITDA Margin up 20 bps at 7.4% Vs 7.2%
Net Profit up 12% at Rs. 6.5 Cr Vs Rs. 5.8 Cr
Net Sales down 3.7% at Rs 787.2 Cr Vs Rs 817.4 Cr
EBITDA down 73% at Rs 21.17 Cr Vs Rs 78.95 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 2.6% Vs 9.6%
PAT down 77% at Rs 10.3 Cr Vs Rs 45.6 Cr
ADLABS ENTERTAINMENT Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 0.7% at Rs 86.78 Cr Vs Rs 86.18 Cr
EBITDA up 6.5% at Rs 32.4 Cr Vs Rs 30.4 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 37.4% Vs 35.3%
Loss at Rs 22.51 Cr Vs loss of Rs 19.22 Cr
L&T FINANCE Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 16% at Rs 2365 Cr Vs Rs 2030 Cr
EBITDA up 8% at Rs 1591Cr Vs Rs 1473 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 67% Vs 72%
Net Profit up 49% at Rs 309 Cr Vs Rs 207 Cr
Van Dyck sells 3.9% Equity/Sh
Warhol sells 9.6% Equity/Sh
Ashish Kacholia brings 1.5% Equity/Sh
Bengal Finance & Investment brings 2.5% Equity/Sh
BNP Paribas Arbitrage brings 0.8% Equity/Sh
IDFC MF brings 0.6% Equity/Sh
Rajasthan Global Sec brings 1.1% Equity/Sh
Chrys Capital sells entire stake in KPIT Technologies
Chrys Capital sold entire 13.8% stake in company on account of fund closure
SHREE RENUKA SUGARS
Shree Renuka Sugars to consider fund raising
Microsoft collaborates with Sonata Software
Axis Bank to announce strategic initiatives
Snapdeal board clears the decks for sale of FreeCharge to Axis Bank
The proposed deal will value FreeCharge at Rs 385 Cr -Rs 390 Cr