The company on October 29 reported a 41 percent rise in profit after tax to Rs 432 crore for the September 2020 quarter, on improvement in net income margin and lower operational expenses. The diversified financial services company had posted a profit after tax of Rs 307 crore in the corresponding quarter of the previous financial year. … [Read more...] about Cholamandalam Investment share price jumps 8% after Q2 PAT rises 41%
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Low-income Americans will also continue to buy cars, whether or not they’re subsidized. According to his research, of the 30 people who received cars from Vehicles for Change, 25 had owned at least one car previously, and the median interviewee had owned three cars in their lifetime. People went through multiple cars because they couldn’t afford necessary repairs or because of other financial difficulties. One woman had bought seven “inexpensive and unreliable cars” over 11 years; another had bought a minivan on Craigslist that “only lasted a few weeks.” … [Read more...] about Should we be subsidizing cars for low-income families?
Ant Group, formerly Ant Financial, is the parent company of Alipay, the world’s largest platform for mobile and online payments. Originally launched in 2004, it helped pioneer digital commerce in China and today serves about 1.3 billion users globally, the company says. The firm was spun out of Alibaba in 2011. … [Read more...] about Chinese fintech giant Ant Group sets share price, trading date in record-setting IPO
Standard (two screens at a time, HD video): Was $12.99 per month, now $13.99 per month Premium (four screens, 4K HDR video): Was $15.99 per month, now $17.99 per month Basic (one screen, SD video): Unchanged at $8.99 per month The last time Netflix raised prices was in May 2019, when its standard and premium plans increased by $2 per month, and its basic plan increased by $1 per month. An earlier price hike came in 2017, when Netflix’s standard and premium plans jumped by $1 per month and $2 per month, respectively. … [Read more...] about Netflix prices are going up today: Here’s what U.S. subscribers can expect
California governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation this week that allows the California Health and Human Services Agency to partner with drug manufacturers in order to make or distribute generic prescription drugs. The bill builds on a plan Newsom first announced in January to increase generic drug manufacturing, which would lower prescription drug costs through a state-sponsored prescription drug label called Cal Rx. … [Read more...] about California could start its own line of generic drugs to bring down prescription prices